Daniel Bornstein ’14 researches the effect of European Union regulations on the Gambia.
"The father of an independent South Africa will be sorely missed," says Professor Robert Baum.
The 30-foot spruce will be illuminated during the annual event, which always draws a crowd.
International student Jennifer Evans ’17 finds a home for academics and more in Hanover.
The Dartmouth alumnus will begin work for Nate Silver’s FiveThirtyEight early next year.
Joseph Singh ’14 and Jonathan Pedde ’14 are among 11 Canadians to win the honor this year.
Dartmouth’s Rebecca Holcombe says public education is “the civil rights issue of our time.”
Only the government can stop the “retail arms race,” says Dartmouth’s Charles Wheelan ’88.
Mindy Kaling ’01 talks to a fellow star about work life and their taste for true crime shows on TV.
Professor David Bucci’s study shows exercise during pregnancy has a positive effect on offspring.
A Dartmouth-led study finds vitamin D and calcium do not effect upper respiratory tract infections.
Professor Matt Ayres says rising temperatures will “forever change” forest management in New Jersey.
Young Americans, including many at Dartmouth, saw their lives turned upside down by the lottery.
Dartmouth ranks among the top 10 colleges and universities on the retention-rate list.