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Good Vibrations Key to Insect Communication (NPR)

Neukom Fellow Laurel Symes, PhD ’13, talks about her research on how crickets communicate.

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Tackling Goes High-Tech at Dartmouth (ABC News)

The “Mobile Virtual Player” made its official debut on the first day of the Big Green’s football practice.

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Trump: The Green Lantern Candidate (‘The New York Times’)

Dartmouth’s Brendan Nyhan explains why the GOP candidate fits the “Green Lantern” pattern.

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China Extends Its Black Monday Stocks Sell-Off (Al Jazeera)

Professor David Blanchflower discusses China’s stock market plunge.

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Connie Britton ’89 on Her Role in ‘American Ultra’ (‘TIME’)

“It’s shaped the person that I am,” says the alumna about being a Chinese major at Dartmouth.

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Dodging Torture (Again) (The Huffington Post)

Dartmouth’s William Cheng says the American public needs to know candidates’ stance on torture.

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Damaging Currents in Space Affect Earth’s Equatorial Region (The Conversation)

Dartmouth’s Alexa Halford co-authors an opinion piece about the effects of “space weather.”

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‘Female Viagra’: How Big Pharma Used Feminism (BuzzFeed News)

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“It’s politicizing what should be a scientific judgment,” says Dartmouth’s Steven Woloshin.

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What Motivated Teenage Girls to Join ISIS? (PBS NewsHour)

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Lecturer Steven Simon says young women can have roles in ISIS as violent as the roles men have.

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The Logic Behind Google’s Alphabet (‘Harvard Business Review’)

Tuck’s Kevin Lane Keller talks about what Google can learn from other top brands.

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