Anti-Abortion Ruling Reverberates Through Campus
Dartmouth community weighs in on the impacts of the Supreme Court decision.
This Arctic Town Wants to Make Renewable Energy Work at the Top of the World
Professor of Engineering Mary Albert, Thayer ’83, Guarini ’84, and two graduate students are featured in a story about efforts to use renewable energy to help heat homes in Qaanaaq, Greenland, including a device using wind energy to generate heat.
Dartmouth Receives $13.1 Million for Global Security, Arctic Studies
Dickey Center Director Victoria K. Holt is quoted in a story noting that Dartmouth has received two gifts totaling $13.1 million that support an interdisciplinary Initiative for Global Security and help endow the Institute of Arctic Studies.