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News headlines from Dartmouth are now available as an RSS/XML feed. Use the following information to subscribe to the feed:

What is RSS?

RSS stands for "Really Simple Syndication," and allows the user to subscribe to a wide variety of content, such as news headlines, weblogs, events, etc. Content is delivered to the user as a list of headlines that link to the full story.

How do I use it?

Though there are several different ways to view RSS feeds, the most common is to download a news reader (also called "news aggregators") to display the RSS feeds which you choose to subscribe. There are many of these programs available online, and most are free and simple to use. Once installed onto your computer, you use the news reader to subscribe to each RSS feed.

Where can I find Dartmouth RSS feeds?

There are many Dartmouth RSS feeds available for subscription.