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Of the 38 athletes nominated to the 's 2019-20 alpine ski team roster, nine of them are current or incoming Dartmouth students. Give a rouse!
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Dartmouth May 18
The Syrian archaeological sites database Professor Jesse Casana and his collaborators built suggests that 3,000 sites experienced looting from the start of the Syrian Civil War in April 2011 to mid-2015.
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Dartmouth May 16
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We'll also bid farewell to four trustees: Gail Boudreaux ’82, Bill Burgess ’81, Jim Coulter ’82, and Gregg Engles ’79.
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Dartmouth May 16
This summer, we'll welcome four new members of the Board of Trustees: Daniel Black ’82, ’89, James Frank ’65, and Hilary Tompkins ’90.
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Dartmouth May 14
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Looking for even more speculative fiction? Take a look through the six plays that were named to the 2019 Playwriting Award shortlist:
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Dartmouth May 14
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We’ll be announcing the winners later this month! Want more? Take a look at last year’s award winners or learn more about the .
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Dartmouth May 14
Women question their purpose in an America where abortion is illegal in ’ Red Clocks. Last but not least, ’s mind-bending thriller entangles readers in a massive web of conspiracy in "The Night Market."
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Dartmouth May 14
In ’s "Theory of Bastards," a scientific discovery leads to possibilities of a new world. ’s "Plum Rains" reveals a hundred-year saga of forbidden love, hidden identities, and the legacy of WWII in 2029 Japan.
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Dartmouth May 14
.’s "Blackfish City" takes place in a floating Arctic city . Ordinary people are caught in the Forgetting, an extraordinary catastrophe, in ’s "The Book of M."
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Dartmouth May 14
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"Severance," Ling Ma’s offbeat office novel turned humorous apocalyptic satire looks at connections that drive us to survive. ’s "Infomocracy" is a cyberpunk political thriller about a powerful search engine monopoly.
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Dartmouth May 14
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A near-future Australia experiences colonization again in ’s "Terra Nullius". The in "Alien Virus Love Disaster" by Abbey Mei Otis use strange situations to offer a powerful warning about the future.
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Dartmouth May 14
Looking to build your list? We might be able to help. We’ve just announced the shortlist of finalists for the 2019 Literary Arts Awards, which honors speculative fiction. Take a look at this year’s finalists 👇
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DartmouthEcon May 13
faculty and student scholars gathered together for dinner and welcomed the new cohort of scholars this year. Check the complete list of the class of 2021 cohort :
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Dartmouth May 13
Cotton-candy skies over campus are one of our favorite things 🍬 (Photo by Margaret Jones '19)
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Dartmouth Alumni May 13
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Dartmouth May 12
Thanks, mom, for everything.
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Rockefeller Center May 10
Kenny Coleman '20 and Bruna Decerega '21 talk about their experiences as First Year Fellows interning in DC during the summer after their first year at .
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Dartmouth Alumni May 9
Last Saturday was Dartmouth's fifth annual Alumni Day of Service, and we're happy to announce that alumni and friends around the country logged 2,672 hours in just one day.
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Dartmouth May 9
Join us tonight at 7 p.m. in Moore Hall’s Filene Auditorium for the first open house. Come for 20 minutes or stay for two hours to hear about—and give feedback on—Dartmouth's master plan, which is being developed. Light refreshments will be served!
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Dartmouth May 8
If you're having trouble accessing the live feed, try this link:
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