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Dartmouth in the News

  • Daily Mail

    Despite a 2015 study saying e-cigarettes are 95-percent less harmful than regular cigarettes, doubts linger, writes the paper, noting that a Geisel study found that exposure to any tobacco smoke upped the danger of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome.

  • NPR

    Studying the humanities “prepares you for a changing job market … and you do also need to train your brain to think in different ways,” Dartmouth’s Graziella Parati tells NPR during a discussion of why it’s important to study the liberal arts.

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