Homepage May 25-29, 2018

Dartmouth in the News

  • The Washington Post

    The alumnus, a CNN anchor and part-time cartoonist, will be in Philadelphia over the weekend to receive the Amateur Cartoonist Extraordinary award from the National Cartoonists Society. “It’s a great honor, and what amazing company!” he says.

  • Garnet News

    As an emergency coordinator for Dartmouth, part of Julie Bonette’s job is to prepare co-workers in case there’s ever an “active shooter” incident. She provides information and training, she says, that she hopes they will never need to use.

  • The New York Times

    Through teaching kitchens, the Geisel School of Medicine provides culinary medicine workshops for medical staff, patients, and the community. Physician Julia Nordgren, MED ’99, recently founded a culinary medicine program at Stanford.

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