Dartmouth’s H. Gilbert Welch writes about why it is important for doctors to avoid “knee-jerk medicine.”
Geisel’s Jay Dunlap and colleagues take a close look at glowing fungi.
Springfield, Mass., will be the site of a museum honoring Theodor Geisel, Class of 1925.
Three professors have big roles in the production: playwright, director, and leading man.
Louise Erdrich ’76 is the author of “The Round House,” “Love Medicine,” and many other books.
NPR features the story of a student from rural Texas who plans to matriculate this fall at Dartmouth.
Professor Daniel Rockmore talks about computers’ ability to recognize a fake painting—or create one.
Geisel’s Tim Lahey says advances in technology can make it hard to know exactly when death occurs.
Dartmouth’s Brian Jackson says it is important to “be aware of how much rice you are eating.”
The Hood Museum of Art’s Assyrian panels are similar to the ones targeted by Islamic State militants.