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Dartmouth in the News

  • 24/7 Wall St.

    A study done by Dartmouth and MIT found that increased crop planting in the Midwest may have caused an increase in moisture in the atmosphere, which may have resulted in lower temperatures and more rainfall in the region, notes the website.

  • NPR

    NPR talks about Jefferson with historian Annette Gordon-Reed ’81, a former Dartmouth trustee and expert on the life of the third U.S. president, who says contradictions of Jefferson’s life are “a window into us, into who we are as Americans.”

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