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WISE to Open Dartmouth Office

Friday, May 22, 2015

Hanover — Dartmouth College has reached an agreement with WISE, the Upper Valley nonprofit that provides crisis counseling and other services, to place an advocate for survivors of sexual assault and domestic violence on campus. Beginning this summer, a crisis center will be staffed by a full-time WISE employee who will serve as a liaison between the nonprofit’s main office in Lebanon and the college community. Among many responsibilities, the …

Dartmouth Speaker: Children’s Mental Health Affected by New Moms’ Lack of Time at Home

Friday, May 22, 2015

Hanover — Most of Allan Schore’s points during a Wednesday night lecture in Filene Auditorium, downstairs from the Psychological and Brain Sciences Department at Dartmouth College, were accompanied by citations of the works of other scientists. Some of the subject matter came wrapped in nearly impenetrable scientific jargon, such as “interpersonal neurobiological model of attachment-centered right-brain affect regulation.” But although the language and …

Couple Gives $21M to Dartmouth

Thursday, May 21, 2015

Hanover — Dartmouth College has received a $21 million gift from an alumnus and his wife, adding to the couple’s endowment for international scholars engaged in entrepreneurship and public service in their homelands. Robert E. King, a Silicon Valley financier and a member of the class of 1957, and his wife, Dorothy J. …

Hassan: GOP Budget Leaves N.H. Lacking

Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Hanover — During a talk at Dartmouth College on Tuesday, Gov. Maggie Hassan described the precarious balance in New Hampshire politics between keeping taxes low and making investments to build a competitive workforce in the Granite State, which …

Dartmouth College Details Compensation

Tuesday, May 19, 2015

Hanover — The 2013 compensation packages of nine Dartmouth College administrators and professors each exceeded $600,000, according to the college’s most recent tax return. Pamela Peedin, the Boston-based chief investment officer who oversees the college’s $4.47 billion endowment, was once again the institution’s highest paid employee. Her $473,000 …

Police Arrest 17 At Dartmouth

Tuesday, May 19, 2015

Hanover — Police reported 17 arrests last week between Wednesday night and Sunday at Dartmouth College, the period known as Green Key Weekend. The weekend is one of the college’s most popular social occasions, and the majority of detainments involved underage consumption or possession of alcohol, according to …

Dartmouth Softball Ready for NCAA Re-do

Wednesday, May 13, 2015

Hanover — The skies unleashed a deluge early in the Dartmouth College softball team’s practice Tuesday, soaking the NCAA tournament-bound squad as it prepared for Friday’s NCAA regional playoff game at No. 10 Florida State. The Big Green …

Dartmouth College Students Petition for Professor

Monday, May 11, 2015

Hanover — Nearly 800 students at Dartmouth College have signed a petition that demands the reinstatement of a chemistry lecturer whose teaching and lab supervisory positions are disappearing as her department moves toward employing more tenure-track faculty. The …

Chart-Toppers: Lions Use Big Bats to Stop Big Green Again

Sunday, May 10, 2015

New York — With a strong breeze blowing northward toward the Harlem River, with one game left in one team’s season and a long trip to the NCAA tournament awaiting the other, the Dartmouth and Columbia baseball teams …

Let’s Play Three: After Doubleheader Split, Ivy Title Up for Grabs Today

Sunday, May 10, 2015

New York — A baseball team that doesn’t perform its best and still has one more chance to play can consider itself truly fortunate. Dartmouth, owners of the Ivy League’s best defense on a diamond this season, made …

‘It Never Goes Away’: Vermont Woman’s Novel Traces Grief After Sons’ Deaths

Friday, May 8, 2015

There’s a standard litany of questions you can expect to hear when you’re introduced to people. What do you do? Where do you live? And, if you happen to be middle-aged and married, or living with a longtime …

Book Review: Native Americans Won a Battle, but Lost the War

Friday, May 8, 2015

The Victory With No Name: The Native American Defeat of the First American Army by Colin G. Calloway; Oxford University Press (224 pages, $24.95) The Victory With No Name: The Native American Defeat of the First American Army by Colin G. Calloway is the true story of a …

Book Review: David Shipler Expounds on the Power of Debate and Dissent

Friday, May 8, 2015

Freedom of Speech: Mightier Than the Sword by David K. Shipler; Knopf (352 pages, $28.95) David K. Shipler calls himself a free-speech absolutist in his seventh book, Freedom of Speech: Mightier Than the Sword. “Lines are murky,” writes Shipler, a former Dartmouth College trustee, “and it’s always risky …