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Dartmouth College graduate Shonda Rhimes has become the undisputed queen of Thursday night TV. Last spring she delivered an earthy commencement address at her alma mater.  (Dartmouth College - Eli Burakian)

Presiding Over a TV Empire

Friday, September 19, 2014

For Shonda Rhimes, Thursday is Thursday. For much of America, Thursday might as well be renamed Shondaday in recognition of the TV savant’s prime-time conquest. As if the back-to-back helping of Grey’s Anatomy and Scandal weren’t enough Rhimes-stamped drama, ABC is adding a third series from Shondaland, her production company, to its Thursday prime-time lineup: How to Get Away With …

King Arthur Cafe Here to Stay

Friday, September 19, 2014

Hanover — King Arthur Flour will keep its cafe in Dartmouth College’s Baker-Berry Library after all, company officials said, after a mix-up earlier this summer over the bakery’s menu options at its Hanover location. As part of a likely agreement, the college will make available about 250 square feet of extra storage space …

Dartmouth Football Reaching for Victory

Friday, September 19, 2014

Hanover — Yard signs have sprung up around town in the past week. “Dartmouth Football Under the Lights,” they read, touting the Big Green’s season opener Saturday night against visiting Central Connecticut State. Now in the ninth campaign of his second stint at the program’s helm, coach Buddy Teevens and his players hope …

Innovators for a Continent

Monday, July 28, 2014

Hanover — Before Ituze Colombe came to the United States from Rwanda, she imagined teeming, impersonal cities, not the close-knit communities of the Upper Valley — a difference that challenged her ideas about social responsibility. “Back in Africa, …

Local Roundup: D’Agostino Honored For Classroom Work

Thursday, July 24, 2014

Hanover — She’s apparently a pretty quick study, too. Recent Dartmouth College graduate Abbey D’Agostino was named the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association’s women’s national scholar-athlete of the year for the indoor season on Tuesday night. D’Agostino won similar USTFCCCA honors six times over …

Local Roundup: Russell Trails at N.E. Am

Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Winchester, Mass. — Evan Russell’s defense of his New England Amateur championship got off to a rough start, but not so much that the Grantham resident can’t still compete for a repeat. Russell shot a 3-over-par 74 to open the three-day, 72-hole tournament at Winchester Country Club on …

At Dartmouth, a Point Man for Entrepreneurs Is Cut Out

Sunday, July 20, 2014

Hanover — The man who has been closely associated with Dartmouth College’s cultivation of business innovation for the past decade won’t be part of the effort moving forward. Gregg Fairbrothers, who started the Dartmouth Entrepreneurial Network in 2001 …

Progress Against PTSD

Sunday, July 20, 2014

White River Junction — “Give yourself permission to let go of anything that does not serve you in the moment.” That was the advice that Brianna Renner, a 34-year-old yoga instructor, gave in a soft but distinct voice …

Dartmouth’s Geisel School of Medicine Gets Interim Dean

Friday, July 18, 2014

Lebanon — A biochemical researcher without a medical degree has been tapped to serve as interim dean of Dartmouth’s financially troubled Geisel School of Medicine during a transition that a college spokeswoman said was expected to take “a …

Dartmouth Coach Leaves for Stanford

Saturday, July 12, 2014

Rachel Hanson, who coached Dartmouth College’s softball team to its first Ivy League title and NCAA tournament appearance this season, has been hired for the same post at Stanford University. Big Green Athletic Director Harry Sheehy confirmed the …

It’s Show Time for Dartmouth’s Hendricks

Thursday, July 10, 2014

Cincinnati — Dallas Beeler set the bar high for Chicago Cubs pitchers making their major league debuts this season — and not just on the mound. Beeler not only allowed just four hits and an unearned run in …

Dartmouth Dismisses Men’s Lacrosse Coach

Wednesday, June 25, 2014

Hanover — Dartmouth College has fired Andy Towers, its head men’s lacrosse coach who had been a part of the program for the past 10 years. A former All-American player at Brown, Towers had been with the Big …

Health Plans, APD in Talks For Coverage

Tuesday, June 24, 2014

Lebanon — Talks underway with Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield, New Hampshire’s largest health insurer, could result in the addition of Alice Peck Day Hospital to Pathway, the Anthem network available to residents who seek coverage in 2015 through the federally operated exchange created by the Affordable Care …