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3D scanners allowed students in Thayer School of Engineering's Integrated Design: Engineering, Architecture, and Building Technology course to examine replicated pieces, too fragile to handle, from the Hood Museum of Art's Inuit collection. The class explored the artifacts from the perspective of form and function, and design and material.

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Students examined pieces from the museum’s Inuit collection from the perspective of form and design.
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After a South Carolina honor guard removed the Confederate flag from the statehouse last week, troopers rolled the flag — a furling method that, history professor Robert Bonner notes, mirrored how Confederate soldiers surrendered to Union troops in 1865. Learn more: http://nydn.us/1IVkEch
South Carolina troopers rolled the state's Confederate flag — a furling method similar to how the Confederacy surrendered to the Union.
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Joel Almeida, a graphic designer and musician from Cape Verde, develops digital games and mobile apps inspired by African culture and mythology. He's come to Dartmouth to learn how to develop his company, Bonako, as a tool to help young people back home improve their lives and communities through arts and design. He's one of 25 emerging business leaders from 17 countries across sub-Saharan Africa who have come to Dartmouth this summer as part of the Mandela Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders. Learn more about the fellows: http://bit.ly/1Izxzk5 #YALI2015
The Dickey Center hosts fellows as part of Obama's international development initiative.
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Rebecca Biron, professor of Spanish and comparative literature, has been appointed dean of the College, the College's senior officer responsible for undergraduate academic life. She will provide direction on student inclusivity and diversity issues and help lead the College’s new residential house communities. Read more about her appointment: http://bit.ly/1QMkMQG
The new dean will be the senior officer responsible for undergraduate academic life.
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The Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellowship will see a record eight students graduate this year, joining nearly 120 other students who have participated since the program—designed for students committed to diversity issues who intend to pursue careers as college professors—came to Dartmouth 25 years ago: http://bit.ly/1JtenUC
The program mentors students who are committed to diversity and to academic careers.
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In partnership with NASA, physics professor Robyn Millan takes a new approach to measuring X-rays and their impact on Earth
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Associate Professor Robyn Millan and colleagues connect the dots with NASA satellite mission.
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"It means that liberal education, done right and undertaken with enthusiasm, curiosity, and passion, makes you smarter. That's right. Smarter.”—Cecilia Gaposchkin, medieval history professor and assistant dean of pre-major advising, on what a liberal arts education really means. Read more in The Huffington Post: http://huff.to/1gMii4u
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In 1785, Dartmouth was an ambitious school with small coffers, so it asked neighboring legislatures for help. In response, the Republic of Vermont donated 23,000 acres to support the College, including the town of Wheelock, which was named after Dartmouth founder Eleazar Wheelock. In 1830, College president Nathan Lord established free tuition for qualified Wheelock students to thank the town for its support.

Noah Manning '17 is the ninth resident to benefit from this scholarship. He invited President Phil Hanlon ’77 to accompany him to Wheelock earlier this month. According to Manning, it was the first visit by a Dartmouth president in more than a century. http://bit.ly/1CDWlP7
A young man from the Northeast Kingdom village of Wheelock is making history at Dartmouth College. He’s only the ninth Wheelock resident since 1830 to
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We have some advice for galaxy masters Philip Lord '97 and Chris Miller ’97 as they begin to write the tale of Han Solo: Remember, it's not wise to upset a Wookiee.

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Disney had been promising a series of spinoffs to the powerful “Star Wars” franchise it acquired when it bought LucasFilm. Now the studio is preparing a new feature focusing on the life of young he...
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Although the world's population has increased over the past 25 years, the number of those going hungry in developing nations has decreased, according to a recent United Nations report. Social sciences professor Douglas Irwin discusses these findings on NPR's "On Point Radio with Tom Ashbrook": http://bit.ly/1RMlkmp
A new UN report on world hunger says there's less of it. We look at what the world did right and the food challenge ahead.
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Film and media studies professor Jodie Mack treats her films like visual research, a process that allows her to stretch the medium and combine preexisting modes to find new possibilities: http://bit.ly/1IcVaVr
A short by the Dartmouth avant-garde filmmaker opened at BAM for the pop singer’s feature film.
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Founded in 1769, Dartmouth is a member of the Ivy League and consistently ranks among the world's greatest colleges and universities. Dartmouth has forged a singular identity for combining its deep commitment to outstanding undergraduate liberal arts and graduate education with distinguished research and scholarship in the arts and sciences and its three leading professional schools—the Geisel School of Medicine, Thayer School of Engineering, and the Tuck School of Business.