“I was very pleasantly surprised when it kind of seemed to sail through,” says Dartmouth’s Brian Jackson about a new regulation signed into law Friday that lowers the amount of arsenic allowed in drinking water in New Hampshire.
The forums on the proposed sites will be held on campus at 6 p.m. on July 31 and Aug. 13.
Eleven scholar-teachers become emeritus professors of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences.
Faculty members’ book comes out on the anniversary of the Apollo moon landing.
“An averaged-out stat doesn’t tell us how it feels to live here,” says Dartmouth’s Garrett Dash Nelson in a story about his study of the population density of Boston neighborhoods and why he decided to study their density in a new way.
“Trump and (Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez) agree on the need to cut rates and so do I,” says Professor David Blanchflower. “I disagree with Trump on many things … . But on jobs, sub-normal prosperity and interest rates he has been vindicated.”