At Michigan, Dartmouth’s Next President Cuts a High-Impact, Low-Profile Figure (Valley News)


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Hanlon, the paper says, is “more substance than style.”

“He comes down from the ivory tower and mingles with the regular people,” Peter Shahin, news editor at the Michigan Daily, tells the paper.

Hanlon will take the helm at Dartmouth on June 10.

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