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Thomas RoverThomas Rover ’16, a student of classical Greece, uses a sword to study ancient infantry tactics.
Professor Douglas Van Citters  and Nivedita (Nivi) Nagaraj ’16 The biomedical engineering major researches orthopedics and performs Indian dance.
Amy Zhang ’17An undergraduate works with professors to unlock doors to understanding science.
says. He is the study’s lead author and an assistant professor of psychological Dartmouth researchers have shown how one can deliberately “forget” unpleasant memories.
Quote of the day logoThe professor of biology discusses the robust nature of the apparently toxic lake algae.
Turing Test participantsRobots would be starving artists if they tried to write literature or poetry.
Quote of the day logoThe professor of biological sciences says a new study is “a beautiful way to watch” a natural event.
Anne GelbMathematician Anne Gelb will be the keynote speaker at the May 26 symposium at the College.
Quote of the day logoThe professor of film and media studies says excessive tech use could affect one’s abstract thinking.
Dartmouth’s Jeremy Manning talks about a new study on ways to deliberately forget bad experiences.