Dartmouth's Matthew Ayres is part of a research team that is working on a way to predict which nonnative insect species will do great ecological harm, the "holy grail" of invasion biology. "We're on the trail to the grail," Ayres tells the magazine.
"I returned to my native country determined to warn of what we stand to lose in continuing down the path set by ultranationalist policymakers," says Dartmouth's Brooke Harrington about a harrowing experience she had as an immigrant in Denmark.
Dartmouth's Jedidah Isler interviews astrophysicist Jocelyn Bell Burnell—who discovered the space-based phenomena known as pulsars—about "one of the most blatant snubs of women scientists" and Burnell’s own story about imposter syndrome.
The Hollywood Times writes that the new film about the TV icon Fred Rogers '50 has received "deservedly positive reviews," but says the real star is Rogers himself. "His unconventional hero tale feels both timeless and very timely," it says.