Oil reservoirs are scattered deep inside the Earth like far-flung islands in the ocean, so their inhabitants might be expected to be very different, but a new study led by Dartmouth College and University of Oslo researchers shows these...Show More Summary
It's never easy to convert someone who clings tightly to myths about some issue (see: climate change), but now comes research from Dartmouth College that in some cases the argument itself may be counter-productive. Read full article...
A team of researchers at Dartmouth College and University of Pittsburgh found respondents who had smoked water pipe tobacco but not smoked cigarettes were at increased risk of cigarette smoking two years later as recently published online in JAMA Pediatrics.
Chances are the last time you wore overalls they were a denim OshKosh B'gosh pair your mother put on you as a toddler. But Matt Jorgensen, Ben Waller, and Aidan Nelson — three friends who met while undergrads at Dartmouth College — are...Show More Summary
HANOVER, N.H. - Logging doesn't immediately jettison carbon stored in a forest's mineral soils into the atmosphere but triggers a gradual release that may contribute to climate change over decades, a Dartmouth College study finds. read more
China's anti-logging, conservation and ecotourism policies are accelerating the loss of old-growth forests in one of the world's most ecologically fragile places, according to studies led by a Dartmouth College scientist.The findings...Show More Summary
Trying to rate the world's literary giants is tricky at best. Do you go by the number of books sold? The long-term cultural impact? If you're Dartmouth College researcher Allen Riddell, you make computers decide. As part of an effort to determine...
HANOVER, N.H. - China's anti-logging, conservation and ecotourism policies are accelerating the loss of old-growth forests in one of the world's most ecologically fragile places, according to studies led by a Dartmouth College scientist. read more
Forty three students at Dartmouth College have been "implicated in an academic dishonesty case" in an ethics course, student newspaper The Dartmouth reports. According to The Dartmouth, the 43 students allegedly skipped class, but got other students to sign in for them and answer questions using an electronic clicker. Show More Summary
Dartmouth College students hijacked a Q&A with Texas Gov. Rick Perry and asked if he would have anal sex for $102 million.
On Sunday night, Republican Texas governor Rick Perry spoke to students at Dartmouth College, where he was controversially asked a range of seemingly ridiculous questions about his views on homosexuality and other issues, student newspaper The Dartmouth reports. Show More Summary
Dartmouth College is hoping to spare fragile student brains from concussions that too often happen during football games. The first step, and possibly the most important, is getting players with suspected injury out of the game as soon as possible. Show More Summary
During an appearance at Dartmouth College, New Hampshire, students challenged Texas Governor Rick Perry’s stance on homosexuality with a series of explicit questions
GRANTHAM, New Hampshire -- Texas Governor Rick Perry wasn't expecting to be asked sexually explicit questions while he spoke at Dartmouth College in Hanover, New Hampshire -- but that's exactly what happened. One student asked the governor if he would have anal sex in exchange for $102 million in campaign contributions. Show More Summary
“In 2002, you supported Texas’s anti-sodomy law. Do you dislike bootysex because the peeny goes in where the poopy comes out?” was just one of the many questions Rick Perry was asked while speaking at Dartmouth College over the weekend. The Texas governor was there to speak about the results of the midterm elections and, of […]
In light of the fact that he's "preparing" to run for president in 2016, Gov. Rick Perry (R-Texas) got his first round of tough questions when he stopped by Dartmouth College. While Perry's stated agenda included "border security, energy...Show More Summary
In light of the fact that he's "preparing" to run for president in 2016, it's probably a good thing Gov. Rick Perry (R-Texas) stopped by Dartmouth College this weekend because the students there put him through the tough-question ringer. Show More Summary
On Sunday night, outgoing Texas governor Rick Perry headed to Dartmouth College to talk with their eager young Republicans, a trip that took an awkward turn when a group of activist students attempted to ask him some extremely indelicate questions about his stance on homosexuality. Show More Summary
Students mocked Texas Gov. Rick Perry during an appearance Sunday at Dartmouth College. The Republican discussed border security, energy policy, and foreign policy in prepared remarks to about 100 students before opening the event up for questions, reported The Dartmouth. Emily Sellers, a senior,...
Dartmouth College faculty members overwhelmingly voted to support a motion to end the Ivy League school's controversial fraternity and sorority system at a meeting Monday, student newspaper The Dartmouth reports. The faculty vote follows...Show More Summary