In a video interview with The Wall Street Journal, Linda Fowler, professor of government and the Frank J.
Faculty members share their insights on current events with Dartmouth Now in a question-and-answer series called Faculty Forum. This week, Professor Linda L.
A New York Times blog points to Assistant Professor of Government Brendan Nyhan’s response to the media’s coverage of the rumors and conspiracy theories surrounding the most recent job
The history department will host “Military Service and National Obligation: A Symposium,” featuring lectures and a roundtable discussion about the history of armed service, on October 5 and 6.
With thousands of delegates, reporters, and security staffers in attendance, scoring a seat at either of the upcoming political conventions can be a challenge. But Ester Cross ’15 will have a great view at both.