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Dartmouth in the News

  • Foreign Affairs

    Discussing U.S.-Saudi relations and the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, Dartmouth’s Daniel Benjamin says the U.S. should distance itself “from the headstrong prince—and curtailing his supply of weaponry may be a good place to start.”

  • The Boston Globe

    In a story about Sen. Elizabeth Warren testing her DNA to prove she has Native American ancestors, Dartmouth’s Rick Smith says, “The misconception here is that any single test provides a definitive answer, and that’s not accurate at all.”

  • BusinessBecause

    Tuck’s Jennifer Dannals is listed as an MBA professor to watch. With a PhD in psychology, she focuses, in part, on “how startups can be structured to improve performance—significant insights for any aspiring entrepreneur,” writes the website.

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