Dartmouth In The News

  • Fields Medals Are Concentrated in Mathematical 'Families'

    Scientific American

    A study by Dartmouth's Feng Fu and Herbert H.C. Chang '18 found that winners of math's highest honor were concentrated among a few mathematical "families." "If you want to win a Fields Medal, you want to study with a Fields Medalist," Fu says.

  • Temp Checks and Digital Menus: the Maddening Persistence of ‘Hygiene Theater’

    The Washington Post

    In a story about "hygiene theater," which might do little to prevent spread of COVID-19—Dartmouth's Lindsey Leininger says, "We really should be scaling back on these precautions, especially on the steroidally boosted cleaning of surfaces."

  • Over 6,000 Photographs of Old Hollywood Acquired by the Hood Museum of Art

    Hyperallergic

    The Hood Museum's new photo collection "allows the historian-teacher to chart the history of 20th-century American culture through the fantasies of and ideals created out of Hollywood films and their stars," says Dartmouth's Mary Desjardins.

  • 2021's Best Cities for Gamers

    WalletHub

    Dartmouth's William Cheng talks with WalletHub about ways to pursue gaming on a budget, how parents can monitor their children's gaming by joining them in the occasional game and chatting about video games in general, and the future of gaming.

Dartmouth In The News

  • Fields Medals Are Concentrated in Mathematical 'Families'

    Scientific American

    A study by Dartmouth's Feng Fu and Herbert H.C. Chang '18 found that winners of math's highest honor were concentrated among a few mathematical "families." "If you want to win a Fields Medal, you want to study with a Fields Medalist," Fu says.

  • Temp Checks and Digital Menus: the Maddening Persistence of ‘Hygiene Theater’

    The Washington Post

    In a story about "hygiene theater," which might do little to prevent spread of COVID-19—Dartmouth's Lindsey Leininger says, "We really should be scaling back on these precautions, especially on the steroidally boosted cleaning of surfaces."

  • Over 6,000 Photographs of Old Hollywood Acquired by the Hood Museum of Art

    Hyperallergic

    The Hood Museum's new photo collection "allows the historian-teacher to chart the history of 20th-century American culture through the fantasies of and ideals created out of Hollywood films and their stars," says Dartmouth's Mary Desjardins.

  • 2021's Best Cities for Gamers

    WalletHub

    Dartmouth's William Cheng talks with WalletHub about ways to pursue gaming on a budget, how parents can monitor their children's gaming by joining them in the occasional game and chatting about video games in general, and the future of gaming.

Dartmouth In The News

  • Fields Medals Are Concentrated in Mathematical 'Families'

    Scientific American

    A study by Dartmouth's Feng Fu and Herbert H.C. Chang '18 found that winners of math's highest honor were concentrated among a few mathematical "families." "If you want to win a Fields Medal, you want to study with a Fields Medalist," Fu says.

  • Temp Checks and Digital Menus: the Maddening Persistence of ‘Hygiene Theater’

    The Washington Post

    In a story about "hygiene theater," which might do little to prevent spread of COVID-19—Dartmouth's Lindsey Leininger says, "We really should be scaling back on these precautions, especially on the steroidally boosted cleaning of surfaces."

  • Over 6,000 Photographs of Old Hollywood Acquired by the Hood Museum of Art

    Hyperallergic

    The Hood Museum's new photo collection "allows the historian-teacher to chart the history of 20th-century American culture through the fantasies of and ideals created out of Hollywood films and their stars," says Dartmouth's Mary Desjardins.

  • 2021's Best Cities for Gamers

    WalletHub

    Dartmouth's William Cheng talks with WalletHub about ways to pursue gaming on a budget, how parents can monitor their children's gaming by joining them in the occasional game and chatting about video games in general, and the future of gaming.

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