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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 December 7 through December 13.

Dartmouth Admits 464 Early Decision Applicants to the Class of 2017The admitted students came from a pool of 1,574 applicants, and will make up about 40 percent of the Class of 2017.


What Romney Wouldn’t Say (Religion & Politics)In this opinion piece, Professor Randall Balmer discusses the three “M’s” missing from Mitt Romney’s presidential campaign rhetoric.


Dartmouth Exhibition Showcases the Work of 14 Alumni ArtistsFrom across the country, alumni artists shared their work in an exhibition created as part of the yearlong celebration of the Year of the Arts at Dartmouth.


Dartmouth’s Annual Lighting of the Christmas Tree Set for Friday EveningDean of Graduate Studies Jon Kull ’88 and his family will lead the lighting of the Christmas tree on the Green this year, which will be followed by refreshments and carols.


Six Dartmouth Faculty Named AAAS FellowsProfessors whose research ranges from immunology to social cognition to geometry have been honored by the American Association for the Advancement of Science.


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