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Big Green women's hockey player Sarah Parsons '10 is among the 78 nominees for the 2010 NCAA Frozen Four Skills Challenge. Online voting for the teams began on Feb. 1 and will go through noon on Feb. 15. Parsons is one of 15 players on the Women's East team, which will face the Women's West team. Voters can select up to two goalies and six players for each team. The Frozen Four Skills Challenge will be held on April 9 in Detroit, Mich. on the Friday night of the Frozen Four national championship. Other Ivy League nominees for the Womens East team include Alyssa Clarke from Yale University and Anna McDonald from Harvard University. The teams will be announced at the end of February, according to NCAA.com.
Dartmouth announced extensive
Cullinan, who hailed from Wellesley, Mass., had not yet graduated from the College and had planned to study abroad Fall term, according to Dean of the College Tom Crady. Her obituary in the Boston Globe reported that she had planned to study in Rome.
The Wenham Police Department and the Massachusetts State Police are still investigating the accident's cause, Captain Thomas C. Perkins of the Wenham Police Department told The Dartmouth on Monday.
July 28, 4:22 p.m., Lyme Road
While many New Hampshire student voters can name the top five most played songs on Sen. Barack Obama's, D-Ill. iPod, and more still have viewed images of the prison cell Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., lived in for six years, they know little or nothing about other candidates who will be on their New Hampshire ballots in November.
July 17, 8:09 a.m., Pomfret Road, Pomfret, Vt.
Over one hundred Dartmouth sophomores are suiting up and contemplating the number of marbles in an Olympic-size swimming pool to prepare for corporate internship interviews this week. Almost 60 percent of the 169 students who participated in the July 7 resume deadline received offers for on-campus interviews, according to Monica Wilson, associate director of employer relations at Dartmouth Career Services. Eleven companies accepted resumes for the July 7 deadline.
"[Committee] members had serious questions about the design of the building, mainly its size and color," Marilyn "Willy" Black, a member of the committee, said. "It's creating an urban landscape in what used to be a traditional New England town. It's gaudy and southwestern, and we're not. It's going to look funny with snow on it."
On Saturday evening, July 12, Hanover Police, in conjunction with other area police forces and the New Hampshire State Liquor Division, setup four sobriety checkpoints in Hanover. Officers checked a total of 441 vehicles and gave 18 drivers field sobriety tests. This resulted in one arrest for driving under the influence and four other arrests on a variety of charges.
June 22, 3:26 a.m., Tuck Mall
Bagel Basement, located on Allen Street in Hanover, will reopen today.
Yazzie is the second individual convicted in the case.
Haldeman had agreed when negotiations began to continue as CEO and president for only a few months past the completion of the $3.9 billion deal, which occurred in January.
A committee in the Vermont Senate passed legislation creating a task force to consider lowering the state's legal drinking age. The legislation will now be debated by the full state Senate in the coming weeks, according to Vermont state Sen. Hinda Miller, D-Chittenden, who introduced the bill. The legislation calls for a five-member task force to assess underage and binge drinking in Vermont and to argue the merits of lowering the drinking age.
As a tiger stalked close to her during her trip to Malaysia, Karen Endicott, director of communications at the Thayer School of Engineering, doubted her ability to climb a nearby tree. She looked to the people of the Batek tribe for alternative protection. They told her to remain in the tent -- they had spells to fend off the beast, they assured her.
Feb. 15, 8:27 p.m.,
In preparation for a weekend often associated with heavy drinking and wild parties, Dartmouth community safety and enforcement bodies, wary of the dangerous mix of frigid temperatures and alcohol, plan to take special measures to ensure student safety.
Feb. 2, 1:26 p.m., East Wheelock Street