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Global Golf Lessons (‘U.S. News & World Report’)

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Dartmouth’s Charles Wheelan ’88 discusses the reasons U.S. policy is becoming more protectionist.

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Evangelicals and the Candidates (‘The Des Moines Register’)

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Dartmouth’s Randall Balmer writes that evangelicals should examine the candidates, not convert them.

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The Stanley Cup Is Coming to Dartmouth (WCAX)

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Ben Lovejoy ’06 will bring the famous trophy to Thompson Arena for a free event on Aug. 1.

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What Do Students Think About Diversity? (‘The Washington Post’)

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Two professors write about what Dartmouth students have to say regarding making diversity a priority.

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Postscript: Elie Wiesel, 1928-2016 (‘The New Yorker’)

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Visiting Professor Bernard Avishai writes about the Holocaust survivor, writer, and Nobel Prize winner.

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Architects Chosen for Obama Library, Museum (‘Architectural Digest’)

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Tod Williams and Billie Tsien are also behind the current renovation of the Hood Museum of Art.

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This Is Why Start-Up Culture Fades Out Fast (BBC)

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Tuck’s Sydney Finkelstein offers five important things to consider about start-up culture.

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Human or Machine: Can You Tell Who Wrote These Poems? (NPR)

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Professor Daniel Rockmore discusses Dartmouth’s “Turing test” for creativity.

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Behind Support for Brexit and Trump: Resentment (ABC News)

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Dartmouth’s David Blanchflower says fans of both Brexit and Trump harbor economic resentment.

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Brexit’s Real Impact Would Be Gradual and Global (‘The Wall Street Journal’)

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Dartmouth’s Douglas Irwin weighs in on the benefits to society of global trade.

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