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May 23, 2024 | Latest Issue
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Angela Crossman
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Professor wins award for bird research

The American Ornithologists' Union awarded Dartmouth Professor Richard Holmes the 1993 William Brewster Award, which goes to the author of the best work on birds of the Western Hemisphere published during the last 10 years. Holmes, a native Californian with a Ph.D.

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Beat the heat: underwater hotspots

It's sunny, hot, humid and sticky. You drip with sweat and smell like you've just finished an All-Star basketball game; instead, you're in New England in the midst of a heat wave. As your brow drips with sweat and your body pulsates with excess heat, you dream about swimming. The obvious first choice is the Connecticut River.

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Jewish identity analyzed

Visiting professor and German-Israeli scholar Michael Wolffsohn gave his historical interpretation of the Holocaust and German and Jewish identities last night to a standing room only audience in 3 Rockefeller. His speech, entitled "The Holocaust, Germany and Jewish Identity" was the College's third annual Walter Picard Lecture. Wolffsohn, born in Tel Aviv, grew up in Germany with dual Israeli and German citizenship.

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