Dartmouth Eliminates Student Loans for Undergraduates
Relief for middle-income families caps a historic year of financial aid achievements.
Graduate Student’s Side Project Proves Prime Number Conjecture
Jared Duker Lichtman ’18, Guarini ’18, has proven a longstanding conjecture relating to prime numbers and primitive sets, sequences in which no number divides any other. The Oxford graduate student began working on the conjecture during his senior year at Dartmouth.
Teaching and Grieving in a Classroom Where Perfect Math Meets a Broken World
Daniel Rockmore, the William H. Neukom 1964 Distinguished Professor of Computational Science, writes that there is no way to quantify the toll of recent mass gun violence, not even in a linear algebra class.