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WISE to Open Dartmouth Office ('Valley News')

Beginning this summer, an advocate from the N.H.-based nonprofit will have an office on campus.

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Major in What You Love (‘The Chronicle of Higher Education’)

Dartmouth’s Cecilia Gaposchkin says the “so-called practical major may not even be the best investment.”

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Bin Laden Raid Documents Expose Plots ('Bloomberg Business')

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Dartmouth’s Daniel Benjamin discusses the documents captured at Bin Laden’s hideout in Pakistan.

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Playing Games Can Shift Attitudes (Medical News Today)

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A new Dartmouth study looks at how peoples’ attitudes are affected by playing games.

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Our Mother the Machine (Huffington Post)

Professor Daniel Rockmore discusses artificial intelligence and its portrayal in popular movies.

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Merging Global Values in a More Secular America (NPR)

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“Can a secular society be moral?” asks Professor Marcelo Gleiser.

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Social Security Forecasts ‘Systemically Biased’ (MarketWatch)

Dartmouth’s Samir Soneji is the co-author of a study that questions the financial health of the program.

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The Dangers of ‘Overage’ Drinking (‘U.S. News & World Report’)

Dartmouth’s Ellen Meara talks about the impact retired baby boomers will have on health services.

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James Nachtwey ’70: Dispatches From Nepal (‘TIME’)

The renowned photojournalist and alumnus photographs the devastation from the April 25 earthquake.

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Taken for Granite (‘The Wall Street Journal’)

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Dartmouth’s New Hampshire State of the State poll garners national media attention.

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