In writing about Notre Dame, Dartmouth’s Marcelo Gleiser says visits to the cathedral “would lift me into a strange sense of veneration, a visceral connection with something bigger than we are, something unknowable yet immensely powerful.”
Gifts will enhance Native American Studies and transform the Hopkins Center for the Arts.
Her lecture, “In Deepest Utopia,” revealed motivations and methods behind her work.
Ke’s laboratory team is at work developing a new type of porous, carbon-based crystal.
“That slavery is now seen as a defining thread of American history” is largely thanks to the work of historian David Brion Davis ’50, who died Sunday at 92, reports the newspaper. Davis studied at Dartmouth on the G.I. Bill, the paper notes.
“Game of Thrones” co-creator David Benioff ’92 says his writing career began at Dartmouth with a novel that was never published and a short story that grew into the novel and Spike Lee movie “The 25th Hour,” the newspaper reports.