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Governor Urges Dartmouth Students to Consider N.H. Careers

Gov. Maggie Hassan and students

At Rockefeller Center event, Gov. Hassan calls Granite State politics ideal for problem solvers.

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Program Expands to Develop Leaders in Ending Global Poverty

5 of the 6 King Scholars on the steps of a Dartmouth College building

A $21 million gift doubles the investment in the King Scholar Leadership Program.

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Geisel Student Sends Appeal From Kathmandu

collapsed building in Nepal

Dartmouth for Nepal committee member says low-cost shelters serve an urgent need.

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Sienna Craig on Working in Nepal and Running a Nonprofit

Associate Professor of Anthropology Sienna Craig

The associate professor of anthropology talks about helping with earthquake relief efforts.

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Ethics Team Debates Global Medicine, Social Justice

Team of Ethics students

Dartmouth’s team of ethics students placed fifth at this year’s National Undergraduate Bioethics Bowl.

During Teacher Appreciation Week, a Nod to Alumni Teachers

Read about several alumni who are shaping the lives of young people in classrooms across the country.

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Renowned Physicist Is the Next Roth Distinguished Scholar

Sylvester James Gates Jr. will be in residence at the College for the 2015-16 academic year.

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Walker and Bush Lead Clinton in N.H. Presidential Poll

Republican Scott Walker and Democrat Hillary Clinton.

Eighth annual State of the State poll conducted by Rockefeller Center students.

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Dartmouth Pitches In With Nepal Disaster Relief Efforts

Nepal response

Organizers have set up a central website to coordinate immediate and long-term earthquake response.

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Dartmouth Community Members Voice Concern for Nepal

Many offer their perspectives, including Nepalese students, researchers, foundation members, and others.

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