To create a safer community, a prohibition on hard alcohol for undergraduates is added to the policy.
The Hood Museum of Art has Assyrian artifacts of the type targeted by ISIS militants as anti-Islam.
Professor Mary Flanagan’s Kickstarter is funding a game in which sisters vie to rule the realm.
Past winners have gone on to sing with the country duo Sugarland and appear on NBC’s “The Sing-Off.”
The professor and physician talks about her work with underserved populations across the globe.
The Book Arts Workshop offers free training and open studio hours and is open to all.
Dartmouth is among the universities with the highest percentage of undergraduates living on campus.
Coming up: Innovation abounds as the DEN and the DALI Lab present the next edition of The Pitch.
The professor of computer science says the extraordinary photo appears to be a real one.
The Geisel professor of medicine says testing to reduce risk can create as many problems as it solves.
Theodor Geisel, Class of 1925—aka Dr. Seuss—continues to inspire readers both young and old.
The government professors discuss foreign policy as guests on “Uncommon Knowledge With Peter Robinson.”
The Tuck professor discusses the fundamental issues that determine success or failure.
The government professor gives keynote lecture at gathering of pro-democracy and pro-China officials.
VPR highlights the life and career of the pioneering cell biologist, a member of the Class of 1907.