It’s not often that a classically trained
string quartet asks rock and jazz greats to compose music for a world premiere. "Brooklyn Rider" is an iconoclastic foursome that’s getting rave reviews from music
A group of Dartmouth
students is spending the summer preparing balloons that could tell us more about
the band of highly charged particles that surrounds the earth. Scientists want
to know more about these so-called radiation belts that can make big trouble
for spacecraft and satellites passing through them.
Dartmouth College’s judicial panel found Sigma Alpha Epsilon guilty of
hazing for expecting pledges in 2009 to participate in activities,
including drinking shots of saltwater and swimming in a kiddie pool filled with
Dartmouth College newspaper published a letter a month ago detailing a
student’s allegations of hazing at the fraternity Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Now,
27 members of that fraternity have been charged with violating school policy. The controversy is renewing calls for the end
of single sex fraternities on campus.
and doctors from Dartmouth traveled to Haiti last year after the deadly earthquake. The team has returned to Haiti this month and a photographer and reporter from the Valley News have gone along to chronicle their work. Reporter Gregory Trotter describes what they’ve found.
A Dartmouth College institute and Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center have joined a first-of-its-kind collaboration with
other leading hospitals around the country. The
goal is to improve the quality of health care while reducing costs.
We look into the pros and cons of burning wood for energy, and we discuss a recent study that looked at the long term effects of using biomass. Also we learn why Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center recently canceled an aid trip to Haiti, and we celebrate the 50th anniversary of Hitchcock’s Psycho.