Did you catch these stories on Dartmouth Now? Each week, we give you another chance to keep up with the stories that are capturing our readers’ attention. The following five stories were the most viewed from November 2 through November 8.
‘True Genius’ Ray Kurzweil Speaks at Dartmouth November 8
Ray Kurzweil, renowned inventor, futurist, and co-founder of Singularity University, was a lecturer in the “Leading Voices in Higher Education” series.
Best Quality of Life Colleges: ‘Princeton Review’ List (The Huffington Post)
Dartmouth is No. 3 on the ‘Princeton Review’ list of “Best Quality of Life Colleges.”
First Phase of Dartmouth Website Redesign to Launch in November
The Dartmouth home page will soon launch in a new visual design, the first phase of a major upgrade of Dartmouth’s web presence.
Dartmouth Department of Theater Stages Tony Kushner’s ‘Angels in America’
Talene Monahon ’13 and Sam Van Wetter ’16 are two of the stars of the theater department’s production of Tony Kushner’s Angels in America, which runs through November 11.
Faculty Forum: Deborah Jordan Brooks
Brooks, an associate professor in the Department of Government, discusses how political advertising sponsored by independent groups has affected the presidential race.
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