Former Diplomat to Lead Dickey Center
Victoria K. Holt will leave a Washington, D.C.-based think tank to become director of the John Sloan Dickey Center for International Understanding. She is a former U.S. deputy assistant secretary of state for international security in the Bureau of International Organization Affairs in the Obama Administration.

Dartmouth In The News

  • ‘Belonging Is Stronger Than Facts’: The Age of Misinformation

    The New York Times

    A story about “endemic misinformation” cites a new paper in which Dartmouth’s Brendan Nyhan poses the question, “Why are misperceptions about contentious issues in politics and science seemingly so persistent and difficult to correct?”

  • Autism-Related Conditions Linked to Altered Visual Perception

    Spectrum

    "Children with genetic conditions linked to autism perform atypically on a test of binocular rivalry," reports Spectrum about a study led by Dartmouth's Caroline Robertson that linked autism-related conditions to altered visual perception.

  • 'On Juneteenth,' and Black America's Neglected Origin Stories

    The Atlantic

    In her new book, historian Annette Gordon-Reed '81 writes that, "in the case of Black people, limitations of the history and possibility of our origin stories have helped create and maintain an extremely narrow construction of Blackness."

  • Little Bird of Mine

    The New York Times

    In a story about the first Times crossword puzzle by Nina Sloan ’24, the newspaper’s Deb Amien writes, “great work on the crossword, Ms. Sloan. It’s clean, entertaining and without stumbling blocks. I can’t wait to see more from you.”

Students walks under the magnolia trees at Dartmouth
Campus in Bloom
Budding magnolias, spring planting at the Organic Farm, and outdoor socializing at Tuesdays Together are all signs that spring has sprung at Dartmouth.

Dartmouth In The News

  • ‘Belonging Is Stronger Than Facts’: The Age of Misinformation

    The New York Times

    A story about “endemic misinformation” cites a new paper in which Dartmouth’s Brendan Nyhan poses the question, “Why are misperceptions about contentious issues in politics and science seemingly so persistent and difficult to correct?”

  • Autism-Related Conditions Linked to Altered Visual Perception

    Spectrum

    "Children with genetic conditions linked to autism perform atypically on a test of binocular rivalry," reports Spectrum about a study led by Dartmouth's Caroline Robertson that linked autism-related conditions to altered visual perception.

  • 'On Juneteenth,' and Black America's Neglected Origin Stories

    The Atlantic

    In her new book, historian Annette Gordon-Reed '81 writes that, "in the case of Black people, limitations of the history and possibility of our origin stories have helped create and maintain an extremely narrow construction of Blackness."

  • Little Bird of Mine

    The New York Times

    In a story about the first Times crossword puzzle by Nina Sloan ’24, the newspaper’s Deb Amien writes, “great work on the crossword, Ms. Sloan. It’s clean, entertaining and without stumbling blocks. I can’t wait to see more from you.”

Dartmouth In The News

  • ‘Belonging Is Stronger Than Facts’: The Age of Misinformation

    The New York Times

    A story about “endemic misinformation” cites a new paper in which Dartmouth’s Brendan Nyhan poses the question, “Why are misperceptions about contentious issues in politics and science seemingly so persistent and difficult to correct?”

  • Autism-Related Conditions Linked to Altered Visual Perception

    Spectrum

    "Children with genetic conditions linked to autism perform atypically on a test of binocular rivalry," reports Spectrum about a study led by Dartmouth's Caroline Robertson that linked autism-related conditions to altered visual perception.

  • 'On Juneteenth,' and Black America's Neglected Origin Stories

    The Atlantic

    In her new book, historian Annette Gordon-Reed '81 writes that, "in the case of Black people, limitations of the history and possibility of our origin stories have helped create and maintain an extremely narrow construction of Blackness."

  • Little Bird of Mine

    The New York Times

    In a story about the first Times crossword puzzle by Nina Sloan ’24, the newspaper’s Deb Amien writes, “great work on the crossword, Ms. Sloan. It’s clean, entertaining and without stumbling blocks. I can’t wait to see more from you.”

Students walks under the magnolia trees at Dartmouth
Campus in Bloom
Budding magnolias, spring planting at the Organic Farm, and outdoor socializing at Tuesdays Together are all signs that spring has sprung at Dartmouth.
"To improve the chances for prisoners nationwide to successfully return to society, the minimum standards of federal prison re-entry programs must be raised, with additional actions geared toward bringing other states up along the same trajectory."
Mitchell Ransden '23 |