Baboons Shine New Light on Fabled Land of Punt
Egyptian mummified baboons may help unlock secrets of a lost civilization known as the Land of Punt, according to a new study by Nathaniel Dominy, the Charles Hansen Professor of Anthropology, and a team of researchers, including primatologists, Egyptologists, geographers, and geochemists.

Dartmouth In The News

  • The Lawyers and Doctors Making America's Crisis Worse

    The Atlantic

    In an opinion piece about the way some rogue professionals have worked against the public interest, Dartmouth's Brooke Harrington writes that more professional organizations need to step up, use their sanction power, and protect the public.

  • Soldiers and Police Are on the Streets as Ugandans Prepare to Vote

    The Washington Post

    In an opinion piece, Dartmouth's Travis Curtice discusses the upcoming presidential election in Uganda. "Many Ugandans ... have overcome tremendous barriers and ongoing political intimidation to demand a more democratic Uganda," he writes.

  • New Book by Alexi Pappas '12 Tackles the Heavy Stuff

    Outside

    In an interview about her new memoir, Bravey, Olympic athlete Alexi Pappas '12 says the book is "as much for parents as it is for dream-chasers, because so much of it is talking about my dad and how he raised us."

  • Meet the Women Who Will Be Coaching on the Sidelines in the NFL Playoffs

    CNBC

    CNBC says Callie Brownson and Jennifer King, who both coached at Dartmouth, will be among eight women on the sidelines for National Football League playoff games, Brownson with the Cleveland Browns and King with the Washington Football team.

Dartmouth In The News

  • The Lawyers and Doctors Making America's Crisis Worse

    The Atlantic

    In an opinion piece about the way some rogue professionals have worked against the public interest, Dartmouth's Brooke Harrington writes that more professional organizations need to step up, use their sanction power, and protect the public.

  • Soldiers and Police Are on the Streets as Ugandans Prepare to Vote

    The Washington Post

    In an opinion piece, Dartmouth's Travis Curtice discusses the upcoming presidential election in Uganda. "Many Ugandans ... have overcome tremendous barriers and ongoing political intimidation to demand a more democratic Uganda," he writes.

  • New Book by Alexi Pappas '12 Tackles the Heavy Stuff

    Outside

    In an interview about her new memoir, Bravey, Olympic athlete Alexi Pappas '12 says the book is "as much for parents as it is for dream-chasers, because so much of it is talking about my dad and how he raised us."

  • Meet the Women Who Will Be Coaching on the Sidelines in the NFL Playoffs

    CNBC

    CNBC says Callie Brownson and Jennifer King, who both coached at Dartmouth, will be among eight women on the sidelines for National Football League playoff games, Brownson with the Cleveland Browns and King with the Washington Football team.

Dartmouth In The News

  • The Lawyers and Doctors Making America's Crisis Worse

    The Atlantic

    In an opinion piece about the way some rogue professionals have worked against the public interest, Dartmouth's Brooke Harrington writes that more professional organizations need to step up, use their sanction power, and protect the public.

  • Soldiers and Police Are on the Streets as Ugandans Prepare to Vote

    The Washington Post

    In an opinion piece, Dartmouth's Travis Curtice discusses the upcoming presidential election in Uganda. "Many Ugandans ... have overcome tremendous barriers and ongoing political intimidation to demand a more democratic Uganda," he writes.

  • New Book by Alexi Pappas '12 Tackles the Heavy Stuff

    Outside

    In an interview about her new memoir, Bravey, Olympic athlete Alexi Pappas '12 says the book is "as much for parents as it is for dream-chasers, because so much of it is talking about my dad and how he raised us."

  • Meet the Women Who Will Be Coaching on the Sidelines in the NFL Playoffs

    CNBC

    CNBC says Callie Brownson and Jennifer King, who both coached at Dartmouth, will be among eight women on the sidelines for National Football League playoff games, Brownson with the Cleveland Browns and King with the Washington Football team.

"My father, and also Dr. King, gave me the sense that religion and racism were absolutely incompatible."
Susannah Heschel, chair of the Jewish Studies program and the Eli M. Black Distinguished Professor of Jewish Studies |