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 30 through December 6.

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.


Dartmouth Names Michigan Provost as Its President (The New York Times)President-Elect Philip J. Hanlon ’77 talks about important changes facing higher education, and why the presidential search at Dartmouth was the only such search that interested him.


Dartmouth’s New Leader Plans to Boost Undergrad Education (Bloomberg Businessweek)President-Elect Philip J. Hanlon ’77 discusses his goals and the work that Dartmouth does to prepare leaders to go out in the world. “I want to be part of that important work,” he says.


President-Elect Hanlon Graces the Big Screen in Times SquareThousands in Manhattan’s Times Square saw President-Elect Philip J. Hanlon’s portrait and news of his election projected on a 23-story-tall digital billboard.


Dartmouth Anthropologist Reviews New Evidence for a 3.5 Million-Year-Old DietDartmouth anthropologist Nathaniel Dominy draws attention to important new human fossil findings by an international team of paleoanthropology colleagues.

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