“For (me), this immigrant from Brazil, to get a prize like that. … No Latin American has ever gotten it. It’s like ‘Wow!’ It’s a dream,” Dartmouth’s Marcelo Gleiser tells the paper in an interview about his winning the 2019 Templeton Prize.
The Culbert Award, Dartmouth’s highest staff honor, goes to ITC’s Jonathan Crossett.
Will Maresco ’19 is the first student sound designer on a College main stage production.
Associate Professor of Government Dirk Vandewalle will be hosted by EVP Rick Mills.
In an opinion piece, Daniel Bring ’21 discusses groups pretending to be student-led movements. “Their interest is in inculcating political ideologies, and they are funded and organized by moneyed interests far removed from college students.”
Autocrats’ use of technology to manipulate people will be difficult to defeat, Dartmouth’s Hany Farid tells the newspaper. “Suddenly there’ll be the ability to claim that anything is fake,” he says. “And how are we going to believe anything?”