Dartmouth In The News

  • Dartmouth Celebrates Its 250th Anniversary

    The Boston Globe

    Dartmouth turns 250 today, and has about 1,000 Native American graduates, more than the other Ivy League schools combined, notes the paper. "A number of landmarks around the world will be lit green to commemorate the occasion," the paper says.

  • 2019: The Year the Federal Reserve Admitted It Was Wrong

    The Washington Post

    The Fed admitted it was wrong in its short- and long-term outlook for 2019, notes the newspaper, turning to Dartmouth's Andrew Levin for comment. "The best thing you can do when you realize you made a mistake is put it behind you," he says.

  • Johann Baptist Metz, Theologian of Compassion, Dies at 91

    The New York Times

    In a story about the late Johann Baptist Metz, one of the most influential Catholic theologians of the 20th century, the paper turns to Dartmouth's Susannah Heschel, who says, "Metz never looked away from the horror, and never allowed us to."

  • The World's Supply of Fresh Water Is in Trouble as Mountain Ice Vanishes

    National Geographic

    As mountain ice melts, scientists say the water supply for billions of people is threatened. "This is really ringing a bell about the sensitivity of these mountain regions to climate change and other stresses," says Dartmouth's Justin Mankin. 

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