Dartmouth turns 250 today, notes the paper. "A number of landmarks around the world will be lit green to commemorate the occasion," the paper says.
"It's great to have our new board up and running," says Guarini dean Jon Kull '88."
Two celebrations are planned for Charter Day, Dec. 13.
Professor Christopher Snyder is cited in co-author Michal Kremer's Nobel Prize lecture.
The Fed admitted it was wrong in its short- and long-term outlook for 2019, notes the newspaper, turning to Dartmouth's Andrew Levin for comment. "The best thing you can do when you realize you made a mistake is put it behind you," he says.
In a story about the late Johann Baptist Metz, one of the most influential Catholic theologians of the 20th century, the paper turns to Dartmouth's Susannah Heschel, who says, "Metz never looked away from the horror, and never allowed us to."