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Public Health in the Upper Valley

A rousing dinner discussion about Public Health in the Upper Valley

The event began with dinner by Ramuntos and small table discussions centered around public health in the Upper Valley including individual students’ interests in public health, how Dartmouth students fit into the Upper Valley community, and ways students can escape the “Hanover bubble” and positively engage with the Upper Valley. […]

 
 

NSS at Dimensions for Class of 2021

NSS display for Dartmouth Dimensions 2017

On a rainy Tuesday afternoon, NSS Executive Committee members greeted prospective students and their families at Dartmouth Dimensions. They fielded a range of questions about opportunities for pre-health students at Dartmouth and were excited to share their experiences. Thank you to Kevin, Junnat and Annie for their help!

 
 

A Refugee’s Journey of Courage and Hope

A Refugee’s Journey of Courage and Hope

Last night, five organizations – the Nathan Smith Society, the Dickey Center Global Health Initiative, the Geisel Center for Health Equity, Geisel Physicians for Human Rights, and the Children¹s Hospital at Dartmouth (ChAD) – had the pleasure of hosting Sara Mardini, an inspirational, young Syrian refugee. Sara shared her story […]

 
 

NSS Dinner with a Doc: Dr. Guill and Dr. Asel

NSS Dinner with a Doc: Dr. Guill and Dr. Asel

NSS had the pleasure of hosting dermatologist Dr. Marshall Guill and third year dermatology resident Mackenzie for dinner with 10 NSS pre-health students on Sunday February 19th, catered by Tuk Tuk and Sushiya. It was a very enjoyable dinner where students learned more about dermatology and life as a dermatologist and dermatology […]

 
 

Never Give Up: “The Battle and Defeat of Anorexia” – A Wonderful NSS Event

Never Give Up: “The Battle and Defeat of Anorexia” – A Wonderful NSS Event

Last night’s program entitled, Never Give up: “The Battle and Defeat of Anorexia,” began with a first year Geisel student who bravely shared her story about struggling with and eventually defeating anorexia. If you were not lucky enough to be in attendance, I promise that you cannot imagine the gravity of this […]

 
 

Why do we…

Why do we…

Science explanations for daily phenomenon. A biweekly column by Nicholas G. Norwitz ’18 Why do we cry when we chop onions? In the immortal words of Donkey, “ogres are like onions… they make you cry.” But unlike Shrek who might cause you to shed fearful emotional tears, onions cause you to cry “reflex tears.” […]

 
 

2016 Nobel Prize in Chemistry:

2016 Nobel Prize in Chemistry:

Mechanical Bonds and Molecular Machines  Nicholas G. Norwitz ’18 Perhaps you have learned about covalent bonds, ionic bonds, hydrogen bonds, dipole interactions, and even van der Waal forces, but what about mechanical bonds? The 2016 Nobel Prize for chemistry was awarded to Jean-Pierre Sauvage, Sir J. Fraser Stoddart, and Bernard […]

 
 

A Calorie is Not Just a Calorie

A Calorie is Not Just a Calorie

Jennifer Zhao ’18 With the holiday season in swing, perhaps you’re thinking about the friends and family you will meet. Perhaps you’re thinking about the delectable food you will eat at parties. Perhaps you’re thinking farther ahead to the regrets you’ll have from overeating, and then you’ll make a New […]

 
 

2016 National PHR Conference a Terrific Event

2016 National PHR Conference a Terrific Event

The Geisel School of Medicine and the Nathan Smith Society hosted the 2016 National Physician for Human Rights Symposium at Dartmouth College from November 4-5, 2016. Over 200 attendees came to listen and learn from a variety of speakers about this year’s theme, “Violence Against Difference.” Other events at the conference included […]

 
 

We All Have Herpes

We All Have Herpes

Chicken Pox, Head Knots, and Underarm Spots– Did you know you have Herpes? By Nick Norwitz ’18 There is a herpes virus for everyone. From iguanas to harbor seals to humans, the herpes virus family has evolved to make a wide variety of organisms its home. Well over 95% of […]