Dartmouth's Colin Calloway talks about his work dispelling the "myth of Native disappearance" in the region by tracing Abenaki families from colonial to present times in a story about the rediscovery of Abenaki petroglyphs in Brattleboro, Vt.
"Only an end to the repression and a national reconciliation can achieve the elusive stability—and the deep reforms Egyptians need and deserve," writes Ezzedine Fishere, a visiting professor in Middle Eastern Studies, in an opinion piece.
Alex van Schalkwyk '23 talks about his journey from being a 12-year-old, soccer-crazed boy in South Africa to pursuing his soccer and educational dreams at Dartmouth. "Getting into Dartmouth is definitely a big highlight of my life," he says.
In congressional testimony, Susanne Tanski, a Dartmouth pediatrics professor representing the American Academy of Pediatrics, said, "Adolescents simply do not stand a chance," against devices sold by the e-cigarette maker Juul, reports CNBC.