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Dr. William Weeks at his home in Lyme, N.H., on April 27, 2010. (Valley News - Jennifer Hauck)

Exonerated Upper Valley Researcher Offers Critique of VA

Saturday, August 30, 2014

Lebanon — The disclosure statement filed by the co-author of a three-page opinion piece published by the New England Journal of Medicine on Aug. 28 — “Dr. Weeks previously worked for the VHA” — is stark in its simplicity. The piece in question has a provocative title — “A VA Exit Strategy” — and asks the politically explosive question of …

William Deresiewicz Waves His Red Flag at the Ivy League

Friday, August 29, 2014

St. Louis — In his introduction to Excellent Sheep: The Miseducation of the American Elite and the Way to a Meaningful Life, former Yale professor William Deresiewicz describes today’s Ivy League as a highly competent zombie factory, one that “manufactures students who are smart and talented and driven, yes, but also anxious, timid …

Big Green Football Not Big-Headed

Wednesday, August 27, 2014

Hanover — Five years ago, the Dartmouth College football team was coming off a winless season and its coaches, players and fans could only dream about finishing third in the Ivy League. Now, being picked by league media to finish in that slot for a second consecutive campaign doesn’t elicit much more than …

Kearsarge Boys Repeat as Track Kings

Sunday, June 1, 2014

Local Roundup: Kearsarge Boys Repeat as Track Kings …

D-H Paid Departing Executives More Than $3 Million in 2012

Saturday, May 24, 2014

Lebanon — Dartmouth-Hitchcock spent more than $3 million in 2012 on severance payments to three executives who left top management jobs, including a $2.3 million “separation payment” to former co-chief executive Nancy Formella. The payments — which were …

Big Green Took Big Step: Dartmouth Returning Satisfied … For Now

Monday, May 19, 2014

Tempe, Ariz. — Unfortunately for the Dartmouth College softball team, its remarkable run to the Tempe Regional of the NCAA Tournament came to a grinding halt on Saturday night at Farrington Stadium following an 8-0 second-day defeat to …

Dartmouth’s Softball Season Comes to Sudden End

Sunday, May 18, 2014

Tempe, Ariz. — Unfortunately for the Dartmouth College softball team, there was no storybook ending to an otherwise dream season as the Big Green fell to San Diego State 8-0 in the NCAA Tempe Regional on Saturday night, …

Dartmouth’s $1 Million Woman

Saturday, May 17, 2014

Hanover — Chief Investment Officer Pamela Peedin, the top manager of Dartmouth College’s $3.7 billion endowment, collected more than a million dollars for her efforts during 2012. That would have given her the fattest paycheck on the Hanover campus — except that Peedin, who collected $1.1 million in …

Big Green Receives Rude Greeting in NCAA Debut

Saturday, May 17, 2014

Tempe, Ariz. ­ — On Friday, about an hour later than originally planned, the Dartmouth College softball team made its first NCAA tournament appearance at the Tempe Regional. Unfortunately for the Big Green players, it ended a little …

Dartmouth Hits the Desert for NCAA Tourney

Thursday, May 15, 2014

Hanover — Yea, though they walk through the Valley of the Sun with cleats on, the members of the Dartmouth College softball team fear no fastball. Not even that of Arizona State ace Dallas Escobedo. The Big Green …

Dartmouth Players Honored

Wednesday, May 14, 2014

Hanover — Dartmouth sophomore pitcher/designated player Morgan McCalmon was named the 2014 Ivy League softball player of the year, and junior Kristen Rumley was tabbed Ivy League pitcher of the year, the league office announced on Tuesday afternoon. McCalmon and Rumley were also selected to the All-Ivy first …

Missing Winter

Tuesday, May 13, 2014

From left, Dartmouth College cross country skiers Jan Ketterson, Patrick Caldwell and Ben Saxton climb a Lyme Road hill on roller skis in Hanover on Monday. Saxton and Caldwell were recently nominated to the U.S. ski team’s development …

College Roundup: D’Agostino Runs to 10,000M Title at Heps

Sunday, May 11, 2014

New Haven, Conn. — Abbey D’Agostino’s win in the 10,000 meters — an event she had never run collegiately — highlighted the Dartmouth women’s track and field team’s first day at the 2014 Ivy League Heptagonal Outdoor Championship. In pursuit of its first title in nearly four decades, …