With tag: dartmouth_college
Dartmouth Alumni To Appeal To NH Supreme Court
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.
Dartmouth Students Raise $130,000 For Haiti
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.
Dartmouth Trustees Set Budget-Cutting Targets
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.
Dartmouth College to cut 150 jobs
By Ross Sneyd
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.
Gregg exit would leave NH delegation least senior
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.
Unemployment Claims Pose Challenges
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.
Record number of students apply to Dartmouth
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.
Analysis of the Vermont primaries with Dartmouth's Linda Fowler
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
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.