Dartmouth in the News

  • The Wall Street Journal

    Professor Hany Farid “ ‘changed the world’ by combating child porn. Now his software could suppress terrorists online,” writes the newspaper. “I’m talking about explicit acts of violence ... the worst of the worst of the worst,” Farid says.

  • Los Angeles Times

    A new book by President Emeritus James Wright aims to start a conversation about the Vietnam War and its impact on the Americans who fought in it, writes the newspaper. The book is Enduring Vietnam: An American Generation and Its War.

  • U.S. News and World Report

    Former New Jersey congressman Frank Guarini ’46 plans to give $10 million to Dartmouth to support off-campus and foreign study programs, adding to an earlier commitment of $10 million for international study, the magazine reports.

  • Garnet News

    The detention of French historian Henry Rousso, an eminent Holocaust scholar, at a Houston airport for 10 hours “has predictably sent shockwaves around the country and abroad,” writes Professor Barbara Will in an opinion piece.

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