Dartmouth in the News

  • Valley News

    Part one of Abbas Fahdel’s Homeland: Iraq Year Zero screens at the Hopkins Center for the Arts Oct. 8, with the second part Oct. 9, reports the Valley News. Fahdel will be on hand Saturday for a Q&A session after the screening.

  • USA Today

    Just in time for tonight’s presidential debate, Dartmouth professors and a colleague have developed a phone app that “allows users to virtually ‘boo’ or ‘cheer’ the candidates by shaking or tapping their phones,” reports USA Today.

  • Poynter

    According to a study by Dartmouth’s Brendan Nyhan and a colleague, people can learn what’s true and what’s false after reading fact checks of political claims, even when they run counter to their political preferences, reports Poynter.

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