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Dartmouth Library Oct 19
We're partnering w/ LGBTQIA+Alum Association (DGALA) on an oral history project called SpeakOut! We will be interviewing DGALA members about their college experiences. 🌈 🌈
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Dartmouth Oct 18
The College on the Hill (and the undefeated ).🌲🏈
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ICE at Dartmouth Oct 17
Next up! ICE at Fellow on the Emergence of Planetary Intelligence. Thurs. Oct. 25th at 4:30pm.
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Dartmouth Institute Oct 16
Smoking is rampant in hiphop videos and that could be a public health problem ? via Innovative new study by 's Kristin Knutzen & samir_soneji
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Dartmouth Oct 15
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Dartmouth Rugby Oct 12
We check in with Jasper Green '22 about his experience at the Youth Olympic Games.
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Dartmouth CS Sep 28
Dartmouth women at .
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Dartmouth Oct 11
Maieda Janjua '17 was chosen from more than 5,000 applicants to join 's Youth Forum—an international delegation tasked with tackling social inequalities through technology.
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Dartmouth Oct 10
Dartmouth researchers laid the foundations in the early 1900s for the "tools made of light" that won this year's in Physics.
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Dartmouth Oct 10
A perfect day to hold class outside. 🍂🍁
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Dartmouth Oct 10
Congratulations to Professor Colin Calloway—a Finalist! 📚
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Dartmouth Oct 10
Give a rouse for our undefeated ! 🏈🌲
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Jeff Sharlet Oct 8
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Dartmouth Oct 9
It’s beginning to look a lot like a 🚣‍♂️🌲
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Brendan Connell, Jr. Oct 8
Louise Erdrich is one of my favorite authors. And a grad to boot!
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Dartmouth Oct 8
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"It’s a miracle of nature that seeds were able to survive in a pot for 850 years, and then they were brought to life, and now all this squash is growing in a greenhouse in New Hampshire,” she says.
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Dartmouth Oct 8
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Poli Sierra-Long '19 cultivated a crop of squash from seeds that can be traced to an archaeological find on a Native American site.
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Dartmouth Oct 8
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She and other organizers hoped to reshape societal understandings of Indigenous relationships to land and sacred sites.
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Dartmouth Oct 8
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Joined by a group of Native American students, Shelby Snyder '21 organized a public grassroots conference earlier this year to protect Bears Ears National Monument.
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Dartmouth Oct 8
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"What I want people to see is the feeling in my people," she said.
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