Dartmouth Announces Day of Caring Set for Oct. 21
Classes will be suspended to allow time to grieve, learn, and comfort one another.
Bob Norman: ‘He Brought It to Another Level’
An “A Life” profile of the professor emeritus of mathematics, who died in June at 97, noted he was a mentor in the Women in Science Project, helped found the Hanover Conservancy, and was the thesis adviser for President Philip J. Hanlon ’77.
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.