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Dartmouth College alumnus Budd Schulberg in an undated photograph. Dartmouth is holding a symposium next week aimed at clarifying the late screenwriter and novelist's place in American letters and culture. (Courtesy Dartmouth College Library)

The Measure of a Writer

Friday, October 31, 2014

In December 1935, Budd Schulberg, a Dartmouth College junior and editor-in-chief of the daily paper The Dartmouth , traveled from Hanover some 60 miles west to Proctor, Vt., near Rutland, to report on a strike by men who worked the quarries for the Proctor Marble Company. The 110 strikers, Poles, Swedes, Irish, Italians and Mexicans, Schulberg wrote in The Dartmouth , were “desperate, no longer patient with equivocal leaders.” Their anger at their low wages, and the conditions in which they worked and their families lived, had lit a match to their discontent. In impassioned prose, Schulberg wrote that “a visit to the strike area …

Civil Rights Icon Julian Bond Visits Dartmouth

Friday, October 31, 2014

Hanover — In the eyes of Julian Bond, icon of the American civil rights movement, our education on social justice in the 1960s shouldn’t consist of only four words — “I have a dream” — and two people, Martin Luther King Jr. and Rosa Parks. “Neither those words nor those people are the …

Dartmouth’s Stadium Ready for a Facelift

Thursday, October 30, 2014

Hanover — When thousands of spectators crowd into Memorial Field for Saturday’s football game between Dartmouth College and Harvard, they will be witness not only to a clash of the Ivy League’s co-leaders, but to one of the last contests played in the stadium’s current confines. The Big Green hosts Brown on Nov. …

Bowled Over: No 4 UNH Dismantles Dartmouth Football

Sunday, September 28, 2014

Durham, n.h. — It’s leaf-peeper season in New England and the Dartmouth College football team drove through vibrant foliage Saturday en route to its nonconference game at New Hampshire. Hours later, the Big Green got an up-close look …

Dartmouth’s Captain Video a Master Behind The Camera

Saturday, September 27, 2014

Hanover — Dylan Moye is decidedly behind the scenes for the Dartmouth College football team. However, the 2010 Mascoma High graduate’s work for the program as its first-year video coordinator is front and center when it comes to …

UNH Turns On the Lights for Big Green

Friday, September 26, 2014

Durham, n.h. — Andy Vailas is in at quarterback, Sean Goldrich is out and running back Nico Steriti is iffy for the first night football game in the history of Cowell Stadium on State of New Hampshire Day on Saturday. That’s the backdrop as the No. 4 UNH …

New England Ski Areas Unite, Offer Discounts

Friday, September 26, 2014

Lyme — Dartmouth Skiway this week announced a partnership with five other independent ski areas called the “Freedom Pass,” which allows skiers to purchase discount season passes for all six locations. Dartmouth Skiway Marketing Coordinator Ben Craig said that the pass was an effort on the part of …

Lyons Roars Again: Ex-Dartmouth Coach Leads UNH’s Defense

Friday, September 26, 2014

For John Lyons, like all football coaches, film study is just a part of the job. The lonely, darkened room highlighted by the repetitious, soundless forward and reverse of little figures on a small screen. Day after day, …

Hanover Medicare Reform Summit Mixes Optimism, Alarm; Urges Change

Tuesday, September 23, 2014

Hanover — Medicare spending can be brought under control even as the health and satisfaction of seniors covered by the program improve. At least that was the premise of a Monday summit that, according to registration materials, brought …

‘Deficit Hawk’ Targets Medicare, Health System

Tuesday, September 23, 2014

The tripartisan co-chairs of the Campaign to Fix the Debt include a Republican, former New Hampshire Sen. Judd Gregg; a Democrat, former Pennsylvania Gov. Ed Rendell; and an independent, former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg, whose $31 billion fortune ranks him 10th on Forbes’ list of the richest …

Serving Hospitality in Hanover, One Order At a Time

Sunday, September 21, 2014

Becky Schneider loves Dartmouth College students, and she loves Hanover. She better. For thirty years, Schneider has been serving them breakfast and burgers at Lou’s Restaurant in Hanover. “I tell people, I come with the building,” she said. …

Big Green Gets in Gear: Dartmouth Rallies, Wins Football Opener

Sunday, September 21, 2014

Hanover — The Dartmouth College football team was supposed to enter Memorial Field to a snappy introduction video on the year-old scoreboard behind the south end zone Saturday. However, the season opener’s overture fell a bit flat when …

First Person: On Opening Day, Recalling Clobbering Coach With a Football

Saturday, September 20, 2014

Hanover — It was a fine fall afternoon in the mid-1980s. The setting was the front edge of the home sideline at Dartmouth College’s Memorial Field and I, a teenage ball boy, was frozen in fear. The intervening …