Chemist K. Barry Sharpless ’63 Wins Second Nobel Prize
The award celebrates the field of “click chemistry,” a name Sharpless coined.
Aboriginal Art on Display at Dartmouth
At the Hood Museum opening of Maḏayin: Eight Decades of Aboriginal Australian Bark Painting from Yirrkala, curator Jami Powell tells WCAX, for Dartmouth “to bring global Indigenous art to campus and to the Hood Museum of Art is a great opportunity.”
Ranks of Rich Americans Exploded During the 2010s: Muni-Wise
Sociologist Brooke Harrington tells Bloomberg that the growth of the American rich creates extreme social inequities that, for example, make it difficult for schoolteachers, firefighters, and shopkeepers to afford to live near where they work.