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Dartmouth in the News

  • Seven Days

    “If this is the stuff of sleepless nights, it is as beautiful and elusive as dreaming itself,” writes a reviewer of Senior Lecturer in Studio Art Gerald Auten’s new show, which reflects “a fertile mind and the exacting pursuit of a vision.”

  • Harvard Business Review

    Tuck’s Sydney Finkelstein studied the late comic book legend for his book on superbosses. “Through spotting, nurturing, and developing talent, superbosses—like comic book superheroes—have an outsized impact,” Finkelstein writes.

  • Nature

    As American Schools of Oriental Research members seek a new name for the organization, Dartmouth’s Susan Ackerman, the society’s president, says just one part of the title passes muster: “ ‘Research’ works for us. We do do research,” she says.

  • The Wall Street Journal

    President Philip J. Hanlon ’77 and Tuck’s Matthew Slaughter say if the U.S. bans Chinese citizens from attending U.S. colleges, it will damage U.S. education. “Why close the door to so many great innovators when we need them?” they write.

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