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Dartmouth in the News

  • Agence France Presse

    Jaap van Zweden, the philharmonic’s new maestro, opened the season with the world premiere of “Filament,” by Dartmouth music professor Ashley Fure. AFP reports that the “stirring piece” veers “from remote and spatial” to “warm and intimate.”

  • Healio

    Depression is a common yet poorly understood psychosocial factor related to arthritis, and nearly half of older adults with both chronic pain and depression receive inadequate or no mental health care, writes Geisel’s Assistant Professor Jessica Brooks.

  • NPR

    Historian Colin Calloway’s book The Indian World of George Washington has made the 2018 National Book Awards longlist in nonfiction. The award is among the most coveted literary prizes America. Finalists will be announced Oct. 10.

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