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Foreign Study on an Upswing With New Locations

Havana Cuba

“I love getting out of my comfort zone,” says Pilar Brito ’16, on studying abroad.

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Student Forum Explores Culture and Identity Abroad

“Don’t ever stop being curious,” says Associate Professor of Anthropology Jeremy DeSilva.

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Alumni Gifts of $10 Million Will Fund Poverty Research

President Phil Hanlon at world bank

Multidisciplinary faculty group will identify strategies for helping the world’s poor.

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Dartmouth Community Members in Paris Accounted for, Safe

The College has been in touch with students studying in Paris and with undergraduates from Paris.

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Paganucci Fellows Bridge Education Gap

dartmouth fellows in china

Six undergraduate Paganucci Fellows interned as consultants for Beijing’s Dandelion School.

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Anthropologist: New Human Ancestor’s Feet Are Like Our Own

Jeremy DeSilva

Associate Professor Jeremy DeSilva has analyzed the feet of Homo naledi fossils.

Dickey Center Director Testifies on U.S.-Syria Strategy

Daniel Benjamin

Daniel Benjamin provided testimony to a U.S. House of Representatives’ subcommittee.

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Opera for Everyone: Making the Next DartmouthX Class

Steve Swayne in front of Dartmouth Hall

Professor Swayne’s “OperaX” class launches Oct. 13—and is open for registration now.

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Video: Understanding a Newly Discovered Human Ancestor

The braincase of a composite male skull of H. naledi

Dartmouth’s Jeremy DeSilva talks about why the discovery of Homo naledi is so significant.

Video: Jeremy DeSilva Talks About Discovery of ‘Homo Naledi’

‘Homo Naledi’

Dartmouth’s DeSilva and his colleagues have concluded that the fossils belong to a new human ancestor.

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