Dartmouth Eliminates Student Loans for Undergraduates
Relief for middle-income families caps a historic year of financial aid achievements.
Meet the First Astronomer-in-Residence at the Central Idaho Dark Sky Reserve
Catherine Slaughter ’21 says she “cried like a baby” in happiness when she first saw “real, true dark skies” while at an observatory in South Africa during a foreign study program sponsored by the Department of Physics and Astronomy in 2019.
Photons Could Be ‘Split’ in Two to Create a Weird New Form of Light
In an article about her research team’s discovery that it may be possible to “split” photons, physicist Lorenza Viola compares split particles to pant legs. “It’s still one pair of jeans, but the footholes are far apart from one another.”