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Seuss Before ‘One Fish, Two Fish’ (‘The New York Times’)

Professor Donald Pease talks about a newly released book by Theodor Geisel, Class of 1925, aka Dr. Seuss.

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Dr. Seuss’ Commitment to Social Justice (The Conversation)

Dr. Seuss biographer Professor Donald Pease talks about Seuss’ new book, “What Pet Should I Get?”

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Alumnae’s Lola Modernizes Tampons (‘Forbes’)

Jordana Kier ’08 and Alexandra Friedman ’04 say they want to revolutionize the feminine care product.

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Dartmouth Elects to Become a Model for Civic Engagement (The Huffington Post)

Marshall Brown ’81 writes about the College’s partnership with the Franklin Project.

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'Quite Dubious' ISIS Will Evolve Into a True State (CNN)

Dartmouth’s Daniel Benjamin is asked to weigh in on what the future holds for ISIS.

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WWII 70 Years Later: Somber Reminders for Japan (‘USA Today’)

Dartmouth’s Jennifer Lind weighs in on how the war affected Japanese politics and foreign policy.

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Just What Are the Liberal Arts? (The Huffington Post)

Associate Professor of History Cecilia Gaposchkin says a liberal education makes students smarter.

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When Screening Is Bad for Women’s Health (‘Los Angeles Times’)

Dartmouth’s H. Gilbert Welch writes about the results of mammography screening for breast cancer.

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Live in Wheelock? Get a Free Ride to Dartmouth (VPR)

President Hanlon recently visited the Vermont town, with which Dartmouth has a longstanding connection.

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Pluto Encounter Is a Legacy of Our Generation (NPR)

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Professor Marcelo Gleiser describes the mission as a “once in a lifetime event.”

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