Trending Topics: What’s Everyone Reading?


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Did you catch these stories on Dartmouth Now? Each week, we give you another chance to keep up with the stories that are capturing our readers’ attention. The following five stories were the most viewed from November 16 through November 22.

The 50 Best Colleges in America (Business Insider)Dartmouth ranks No. 8 on the Business Insider list of the nation’s top colleges.


Dartmouth Alumna Louise Erdrich ’76 Wins National Book AwardErdrich’s book The Round House was announced the winner in the fiction category at a ceremony on November 14 in New York City.


After Sandy, Lights Were Out, but Cellphones Were ChargingA little camp stove invented by Jonathan Cedar ’03 and his business partner sparked big interest during the power outage in New York City—and gave some residents a charge.


Donald E. Pease Awarded the Prestigious Bode-Pearson Prize in American StudiesThe English professor and chair of the Dartmouth Liberal Studies Program received the annual prize for “Outstanding Contributions to American Studies.”


Meet the World’s Best B-School Professors (Fortune)Fortune reports that Tuck School Professors Vijay Govindarajan and Kevin Lane Keller are on Poets & Quants’ 2012 list of the world’s 50 best business professors.


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