Anti-Abortion Ruling Reverberates Through Campus
Dartmouth community weighs in on the impacts of the Supreme Court decision.
What Is Face Blindness? Mask Use Might Make It Harder to Recognize People
In a story about masks and recognition, Dartmouth’s Brad Duchaine says that “since many people with face blindness don’t rely as heavily on the face, face coverings may have less of an effect on them than people with normal face recognition.”
Drones Find Signs of Native American ‘Great Settlement’ Beneath a Kansas Field
Dartmouth’s Jesse Casana and colleagues have found evidence on a Kansas cattle ranch of buried remnants left some 400 years ago by ancestors of today’s Wichita and Affiliated Tribes, reports Science News.