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Dartmouth President Gets Mixed Review

Friday, April 18, 2014

Hanover — Students and alumni welcomed Dartmouth College President Phil Hanlon’s call for reform and condemnation of “harmful behaviors,” but others questioned whether a committee will be able to solve problems on campus that some consider intractable. Hanlon addressed a hand-picked audience of students and faculty members on Wednesday during an unusual “presidential summit,” where he said Dartmouth’s reputation is being “hijacked” and made bold declarations. “It’s time for Dartmouth …

Dartmouth Wide Receiver Has Speedy Recovery

Friday, April 18, 2014

Hanover — One of the standouts of Dartmouth College spring football practice so far has been freshman receiver Jon Marc Carrier, a 5-foot-8 speedster who’s looked even more comfortable and confident than he did last fall, when he caught five passes for 58 yards and a touchdown and returned six kickoffs for an …

Dartmouth President Vows to Clean Up Campus Social Scene

Thursday, April 17, 2014

Hanover — Dartmouth President Phil Hanlon Wednesday night held an unusual “presidential summit” with student leaders, faculty and selected alumni in a bid to change a culture on campus he said is tarring the Ivy League school’s image and future. “We can no longer allow this college to be held back by the few who wrongly hide harmful behaviors behind the illusion of …

CCBA Takes Triathlons Under the Roof

Thursday, March 20, 2014

Training for triathlons can be difficult in the Upper Valley during wintertime. Thanks to the Carter Community Building Association, it was a bit less of a challenge this year. The CCBA hosted its first Indoor Triathlon Series, drawing …

Accuser Testifies at Rape Trial

Wednesday, March 19, 2014

North Haverhill — The former Dartmouth College student who alleges she was raped in a dorm room last spring testified Tuesday that she vomited after seeing her alleged attacker a few days after the incident. Meanwhile, the defense …

Campus Rape Trial Underway: Jury Begins With Visit to Dartmouth Dorm

Tuesday, March 18, 2014

North Haverhill — The trial of the former Dartmouth College rugby player charged with raping a female student began with jurors visiting the Hanover dormitory where the incident allegedly occurred last May. Parker C. Gilbert has been charged …

No Doubt: Big Green Done

Monday, March 17, 2014

Schenectady, n.y. — The words of Phil Collins will ring around Union College’s Achilles Center for a bit after the developments of Saturday night’s ECAC quarterfinal with Dartmouth: There must be some misunderstanding, There must be some kind …

Collaboration, Not Competition: Dartmouth-Hitchcock Building Hospital Network

Monday, March 17, 2014

New London — Last October, there was a wedding in New London. The bride kept her name. New London Hospital had courted Dartmouth-Hitchcock for several years, and after a lot of legal back-and-forth, discussions with state officials and …

Dutchmen Shake Off Big Green in Game 1

Friday, March 14, 2014

Schenectady, n.y. — Give a good team a lot of opportunities, and things like what happened in Union’s 3-0 ECAC quarterfinal win over Dartmouth on Friday night are bound to occur. The 10th-seeded Big Green played a credible …

D-H Wins Award for Spine Research

Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Lebanon — A team of Dartmouth-Hitchcock employees, including the health system’s CEO, has received the top honor in orthopaedics for a landmark clinical trial that studies the effectiveness of the most common spine surgeries, according to a news release. The award announced in New Orleans on Wednesday went …

Big Green Runs to NCAA Meet

Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Hanover — You’ll have to excuse Barry Harwick if he seems to be smiling a lot more these days. After what Harwick has seen from his Dartmouth College runners this indoor season, it’s surprising the coach didn’t take …

Dartmouth Looking for New Soccer Coach

Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Hanover — Dartmouth College is searching for a head women’s soccer coach for the second time in a little more than three years. The school posted an online ad for the job Wednesday on an NCAA website and …

Viens Wrestles to Fifth Place at New Englands

Tuesday, March 11, 2014

Providence, r.i. — Two-time Vermont state champion and Hartford High senior Nolan Viens led five members of the Bellows Falls-Hartford wrestling team by placing fifth at the New England High School Championships over the weekend at the Providence Career and Technical Center. Competing at 145 pounds, Viens’ finish …