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Hartford Man Believes His Faith Helped His Cure

Sunday, April 26, 2015

Hartford — Strong religious convictions aren’t always at war with medical science. At times, they can coexist perfectly, albeit independently of each other. Take the case of Bill Josler, now 72. In 1997, Josler saw himself as the picture of health. “I was running 25 miles a week, happy as I could be, working hard and living the good life,” the Hartford resident said. Josler liked working at his business, …

Dartmouth Grad Quits Adam Sandler Film

Sunday, April 26, 2015

Hanover — A 2013 Dartmouth College film and media studies major was among the Native American extras to walk off the set of an Adam Sandler production on Wednesday, citing the film’s offensive character names, costumes and scenes. Allie Young, 25, a member of the Navajo tribe and an aspiring screen writer, said …

Northern Rights: Big Green Clinches Division Title, Home Field in Title Series

Sunday, April 26, 2015

Hanover — The Dartmouth College softball team took care of business Saturday during its first game against visiting Harvard, then nearly staged a late comeback to pull out the teams’ second contest, despite fielding a lineup comprised mostly of reserves. The Big Green’s 1-0 victory to begin the day sewed up its third …

Big Green Guard to Graduate Early, Depart Program

Tuesday, April 7, 2015

Hanover — Alex Mitola, the Dartmouth College men’s basketball team’s standout point guard, will graduate early and will not return for a fourth season with the Big Green next winter. The junior confirmed his decision with coach Paul …

Dartmouth Baseball Still Tenants in Splitsville

Monday, April 6, 2015

Hanover — The Dartmouth College baseball team is experiencing flashbacks to last season at this time … which, considering that the Big Green’s 2014 campaign extended to the Ivy League title series for a seventh consecutive season, isn’t …

Big Green Lacrosse Earns First Win

Sunday, April 5, 2015

Hanover —There have been seasons when the Dartmouth College women’s lacrosse team’s defeat of Cornell produced applause, high-fives and a lot of smiling. The 2015 campaign, however, has not been typical. No, when the Big Green outlasted the …

Fun in the Sun: Big Green Rolls in Home Opener

Friday, April 3, 2015

Hanover — The sun and warm weather finally arrived Friday, bathing the Dartmouth College campus in 65-degree temperatures and prompting some undergraduates to stroll about in T-shirts and shorts. A group of students played beer pong in the …

Dartmouth Elevates Women’s Rugby to Varsity Status

Thursday, April 2, 2015

Hanover — The opportunity to bring women’s rugby aboard as Dartmouth College’s 35th varsity sport happened in somewhat sudden fashion, athletic director Harry Sheehy said this week. The possibility of elevating the club sport to the varsity level …

Local Roundup: Dartmouth Women’s Rugby Going Varsity

Tuesday, March 31, 2015

The Associated Press Hanover — Dartmouth College will elevate its women’s rugby team from a club sport to varsity status starting with the 2015-16 academic year, athletic director Harry Sheehy said Monday. Women’s rugby will become the Big Green’s 35th varsity sport and 17th for women, to go …

The World Is Within Hughes’ Reach; USA Rugby Puts Big Green Senior in Captain’s Role

Monday, March 30, 2015

Since his freshman season, Madison Hughes has been a leader on the Dartmouth College rugby team. Today, those qualities are reaching a whole new level. Hughes, 22, was selected by first-year USA Sevens coach Mike Friday to captain …

Dartmouth’s Chodounsky Retains U.S. Slalom Crown

Monday, March 30, 2015

Carrabassett Valley, Maine — A broken ski pole didn’t discourage David Chodounsky in his first run. A few tiny bobbles up top couldn’t deter him in his second, either. Chodounsky successfully defended his slalom title Sunday with a …

The Life of a Resident Doctor

Sunday, March 29, 2015

Lebanon — During Kevin Koo’s hardest day as a resident at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, he sat in a conference room with the family of a critically ill patient as they debated which, if any, invasive medical steps should …

Suits Allege D-H Failure to Accommodate

Sunday, March 29, 2015

Some recent lawsuits have alleged that Dartmouth-Hitchcock failed to provide proper accommodations for residents with disabilities that included amnesia, lupus and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and illegally dismissed them from the program. In April 2014, after a four-day jury trial, Judge William Sessions of the U.S. District Court …