Dartmouth In The News

  • New Film Confronts the Oka Crisis Through the Eyes of a 12-Year-Old Girl

    CBC

    Beans, a film by Tracey Deer '00 that premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival, tells the story of the 1990 Oka Crisis—an armed standoff between Mohawk protesters and police in Quebec—from the perspective of an Indigenous child.

  • Geo Neptune ’10, Maine’s First Transgender, Nonbinary, Two-Spirit Elected Official

    Them.

    A Dartmouth graduate has made history, reports the website: Geo Neptune ’10, who is nonbinary and Two-Spirit, was elected to represent Maine’s Indian Township School District. “Being transgender and nonbinary is part of who I am,” they said.

  • Applying Artificial Intelligence to Chronic Disease Management

    Health IT Analytics

    "This is where humans still excel over AI: If you feed an opaque AI system conflicted information, when it gives you an answer you won't know why that answer came about," says Dartmouth's Eugene Santos Jr. in a story about AI and chronic disease.

  • Whose America Is It?

    The New York Times

    In a column, the writer discusses current political clashes, and points to research by Dartmouth’s Sean Westwood and a colleague that found, in part, that “hostile feelings for the opposing party are ingrained or automatic in voters’ minds.”

Hood Curator Jessica Hong
Our Newest Piece of Public Art
Hood Curator Jessica Hong talks about "Wide Babelki Bowl," by renowned sculptor Ursula von Rydingsvard. The work is installed outside Rollins Chapel.

Dartmouth In The News

  • New Film Confronts the Oka Crisis Through the Eyes of a 12-Year-Old Girl

    CBC

    Beans, a film by Tracey Deer '00 that premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival, tells the story of the 1990 Oka Crisis—an armed standoff between Mohawk protesters and police in Quebec—from the perspective of an Indigenous child.

  • Geo Neptune ’10, Maine’s First Transgender, Nonbinary, Two-Spirit Elected Official

    Them.

    A Dartmouth graduate has made history, reports the website: Geo Neptune ’10, who is nonbinary and Two-Spirit, was elected to represent Maine’s Indian Township School District. “Being transgender and nonbinary is part of who I am,” they said.

  • Applying Artificial Intelligence to Chronic Disease Management

    Health IT Analytics

    "This is where humans still excel over AI: If you feed an opaque AI system conflicted information, when it gives you an answer you won't know why that answer came about," says Dartmouth's Eugene Santos Jr. in a story about AI and chronic disease.

  • Whose America Is It?

    The New York Times

    In a column, the writer discusses current political clashes, and points to research by Dartmouth’s Sean Westwood and a colleague that found, in part, that “hostile feelings for the opposing party are ingrained or automatic in voters’ minds.”

Dartmouth In The News

  • New Film Confronts the Oka Crisis Through the Eyes of a 12-Year-Old Girl

    CBC

    Beans, a film by Tracey Deer '00 that premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival, tells the story of the 1990 Oka Crisis—an armed standoff between Mohawk protesters and police in Quebec—from the perspective of an Indigenous child.

  • Geo Neptune ’10, Maine’s First Transgender, Nonbinary, Two-Spirit Elected Official

    Them.

    A Dartmouth graduate has made history, reports the website: Geo Neptune ’10, who is nonbinary and Two-Spirit, was elected to represent Maine’s Indian Township School District. “Being transgender and nonbinary is part of who I am,” they said.

  • Applying Artificial Intelligence to Chronic Disease Management

    Health IT Analytics

    "This is where humans still excel over AI: If you feed an opaque AI system conflicted information, when it gives you an answer you won't know why that answer came about," says Dartmouth's Eugene Santos Jr. in a story about AI and chronic disease.

  • Whose America Is It?

    The New York Times

    In a column, the writer discusses current political clashes, and points to research by Dartmouth’s Sean Westwood and a colleague that found, in part, that “hostile feelings for the opposing party are ingrained or automatic in voters’ minds.”

Hood Curator Jessica Hong
Our Newest Piece of Public Art
Hood Curator Jessica Hong talks about "Wide Babelki Bowl," by renowned sculptor Ursula von Rydingsvard. The work is installed outside Rollins Chapel.
"These cyber-relationships are another type of new normal, so we are interested in the teacher's view on how this works for a student."
Lee Coffin, vice provost for enrollment and dean of admissions and financial aid |