Homepage January 12-14, 2018

Dartmouth in the News

  • New Hampshire Magazine

    The magazine notes that Dartmouth’s winter carnival theme is “Ice Age: 250 Years of Winter.” The festival begins Feb. 7 with the opening celebration and concludes with 99-cent ski day at Oak Hill and the Skiway on Sunday, writes the magazine.

  • VPR

    In a story about the pros and cons of burning wood for heat, Dartmouth’s Andrew Friedland says the most important thing one can do to reduce carbon emissions is to focus on efficiency, which could involve a technological upgrade.

  • Valley News

    Dartmouth researchers are applauding N.H. state officials’ efforts to lower allowable arsenic levels in drinking water. Geisel epidemiologists say their work in the Toxic Metals Superfund Research Program supports reducing the arsenic limit.

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