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Souba Named Dartmouth Medical School Dean
Friday, 09/10/10
By Lynne McCrea
Dartmouth College has a new dean of its medical school.
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Inn Workers File Labor Complaint Against Dartmouth
Wednesday, 04/07/10
Unionized workers at the Hanover Inn say Dartmouth College has refused to negotiate their contract, an allegation the college calls simply false.
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Dartmouth Alumni To Appeal To NH Supreme Court
Wednesday, 03/17/10
Seven Dartmouth College alumni whose lawsuit over the makeup of the school's board of trustees was dismissed plan to appeal to the New Hampshire Supreme Court.
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Dartmouth Takes In Students After Italy Earthquake
Monday, 02/22/10
Graduate students whose university was left in ruins by an earthquake in Italy last year are continuing their studies at Dartmouth College.
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Dartmouth Gives Details Of Budget Cuts
Monday, 02/08/10
By Steve Zind
Dartmouth College has announced a series of cuts to close a budget gap of $100 million over the next two years. Dartmouth's President said trustees and administrators have worked to minimize the impact of the cuts on the community.
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Dartmouth Trustees Look To Cut Budget
Friday, 02/05/10
By Steve Zind
The Board of Trustees at Dartmouth College is meeting this weekend to determine how to cut one hundred million dollars from the school's budget over the next two years.
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Vigil Planned To Support Dartmouth Workers
Thursday, 02/04/10
Non-faculty staff members at Dartmouth College and their supporters are planning a candlelight vigil to protest upcoming layoffs.
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Dartmouth Students Raise $130,000 For Haiti
Tuesday, 01/26/10
What started as an all-nighter at Dartmouth College has grown into a fundraising campaign that's raised more than $130,000 for Haiti's earthquake victims and become a model for other campuses around the country.
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Dartmouth Trustees Set Budget-Cutting Targets
Monday, 11/09/09
The Dartmouth College Board of Trustees is asking the administration to cut $50 million a year from the college budget in each of the next two fiscal years.
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Dartmouth prepares to inaugurate its new president
Tuesday, 09/22/09
By Steve Zind
Dartmouth College inaugurates the 17th president in its 240 year history today.
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Dean of Dartmouth College resigns
Wednesday, 08/19/09
The dean of Dartmouth College has resigned 20 months after taking office.
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Dartmouth evacuating students from Mexico program
Wednesday, 04/29/09
Dartmouth College is evacuating students participating in its Language Study Abroad program in Cholulua, Mexico, amid concern over the swine flu outbreak.
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Dartmouth picks writer for commencement speaker
Monday, 04/27/09
Acclaimed writer Louise Erdrich has been chosen to deliver the keynote address at Dartmouth College's commencement ceremony in June.
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Dartmouth College President to speak at Brown
Tuesday, 04/14/09
The new president of Dartmouth College is slated to speak at Brown University on global health and human rights.
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Dartmouth College to cut 150 jobs
Wednesday, 02/11/09
By Ross Sneyd
Another area institution has been forced to cut back because of the recession. Dartmouth College announced almost 150 job cuts this week - about a third of them through layoffs - as it struggles to reduce spending by ten percent over two years.
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Gregg exit would leave NH delegation least senior
Thursday, 02/05/09
Commerce Secretary-nominee Judd Gregg's departure from the Senate would leave New Hampshire with the nation's least senior congressional delegation, but political experts disagree on whether that will hurt the state.
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Unemployment Claims Pose Challenges
Wednesday, 01/28/09
By Jane Lindholm
Vermont Labor Commissioner Patricia Moulton Powden discusses the pressures mounting layoffs have placed on Vermont's unemployment compensation system. And Valley News reporter John Gregg tells us how the Upper Valley economy is starting feel the economic affects at Dartmouth College and the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center.
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Dartmouth to announce cost-cutting moves
Monday, 11/10/08
Dartmouth College expects to announce some cost-cutting moves as it works to adapt to the economic meltdown.
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Independent presidential candidate Ralph Nader visits NH
Monday, 10/06/08
Independent presidential candidate Ralph Nader is campaigning in New Hampshire today.
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Nader makes campaign stops in VT and NH
Friday, 10/03/08
Consumer advocate and presidential candidate Ralph Nader is visiting Vermont and New Hampshire next week.
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Interview: Rick Benjamin of the Paragon Ragtime Orchestra
Friday, 08/01/08
By Neal Charnoff
This weekend offers plenty of swashbuckling action at Dartmouth College. The Hopkins Center is presenting the 1920 silent film, The Mark Of Zorro, with live accompaniment from the Paragon Ragtime Orchestra, conducted by Rick Benjamin.
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Vermont-New Hampshire Little League players headed to Cuba
Monday, 06/02/08
In a rare occurrence since the U.S. embargo of Cuba, a Little League team from Vermont and New Hampshire will play baseball in the Caribbean island this summer.
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Computer animation prods Dartmouth to conserve power
Monday, 05/12/08
An animated polar bear is helping to remind Dartmouth College students to conserve power.
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Record number of students apply to Dartmouth
Tuesday, 04/01/08
More students than ever applied to Dartmouth College this year. Dartmouth says more than 16,000 students applied to attend Dartmouth next fall. The school is sending admission letters to just over 2,000 of them and expects about half of that number will become the class of 2012.
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Analysis of the Vermont primaries with Dartmouth's Linda Fowler
Wednesday, 03/05/08
By Mitch Wertlieb
Vermont bucked the Hillary Clinton trend yesterday, propelling Illinois Senator Barack Obama to victory in the Democratic Primary, while Ohio, Texas, and Rhode Island went for the New York Senator and former First Lady. Dartmouth College Political Science Professor Linda Fowler says she's not surprised that Obama won in Vermont, but she says it is notable that he won by such a wide margin.
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