Robbery motivated last January's brutal murders of two Dartmouth professors, prosecutors alleged last week. According to new indictments brought by a grand jury against Robert Tulloch, he and alleged accomplice James Parker were intent on robbing Half and Susanne Zantop when they entered the couple's Etna home.
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HAVERHILL, N.H. -- James Parker pleaded guilty as an accomplice to second-degree murder of Susanne Zantop as expected today during a brief hearing in Grafton County Superior Court, but motive remains a mystery.
James Parker, one of the two teenagers charged in the murders of two Dartmouth professors, will plead guilty to an adult charge of accomplice to second-degree murder in the death of Susanne Zantop, the N.H. attorney general's office announced earlier this afternoon.
CONCORD, N.H. (AP) A teen-ager accused of killing two Dartmouth College professors will use an insanity defense at his trial, his lawyer said in a court filing Friday.
You might assume Monday night's program at the Verizon Wireless Arena, which included a selection from "Annie," a bass presentation of "Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star" and a rendition of a Muppet's "near, far" shtick, had to be part of a "Sesame Street Live" performance. But it seems that Big Bird and company won't be hitting Manchester until Dec. 14.
The upcoming first annual Ivy Film Festival to be held at Brown University on Dec. 1 hopes to celebrate and expose students' films by gathering young filmmakers to screen and judge each other's submissions.
So far, so good. The Dartmouth women's basketball team (2-0, 0-0 Ivy) continued its winning ways by dropping the Hartford Hawks on the road, 79-73, behind 27 points -- including 16 in the second half -- from Kat Hanks '03 and 26 -- 16 coming in the first half -- from Keri Downs '03. The Big Green shot a scorching 57.7 percent, barely giving Hartford a chance to rebound the ball on the defensive end.
Dartmouth men's basketball struggled throughout its home opener in Leede Arena last night, falling 73-54 to the University of Vermont. The Big Green picked up only two offensive rebounds to the Catamounts' 17 and trailed by as many as 28 points late in the second half.
The boys in purple didn't have a chance. All but five Dartmouth skaters had at least a point as the Big Green men's hockey team steamrolled over visiting Holy Cross, 9-1, last night in front of 2,705 at Thompson Arena.
To the Editor:
To the Editor:
To the Editor:We are writing to protest the highly misleading headline of the article "Int'l Office warns against foreign travel" on the front page of "The D" on Nov. 16.
To the Editor:
Throughout the course of human affairs, mankind has borne witness to untold injustice and oppression. The reign of Nero, the Spanish Inquisition, the signing of the Bill of Rights -- these are but a few dog-eared pages in the great civics textbook of Historical Iniquity. And yet, cursed as these events surely are, they pale in comparison to the publication of the Dartmouth Jack-O-Lantern.
By Mohamad Bydon '01
Last week a phone call was made to the Hanover Police suggesting that the person responsible for the recent sexual assaults on campus was in Food Court. The police, along with campus security, responded quickly and with much gusto. The officers found Timothy Hall '05, in the back part of Thayer dining hall, presumably enjoying his evening meal. Two police officers and two Safety and Security officers then proceeded to escort Hall through the main dining area, so that they could question him in a Dining Services office. The walk through Thayer and the accompanying commotion must have been an experience full of pure humiliation and embarrassment for Hall -- an experience that could have and should have been avoided.
I know just enough about technology to really get myself screwed. Back in the beige days of computing, before the flowering of iMacs in rainbow and "Flower-Power" (that idea crashed hard), I got suspended for hacking into a mainframe. The mainframe of my middle school. Remember the file-restriction program "At Ease?" Well I made the Islander Middle School administration distinctly uneasy. It was simple, actually. All I did (I should say all we did, hats off to my life-long friend Casey Koon), all we did was click on the "Administration" option in the main menu of that misnamed and now defunct program, and when prompted to type in the password, we guessed the last name of our school's principal. It worked.
By all accounts, Frederick Rimmele III was a Renaissance man. A doctor, traveler, naturalist, reader, cook and brewer, Rimmele enriched the lives of all those who knew him, and, in turn, was enriched by them.
The 19 highest-ranked members of the Class of 2002 were inducted early into academic honor society Phi Beta Kappa yesterday afternoon at a ceremony held at College President James Wright's house.
When Lindsay Earls '05 was pulled from her classroom to give a urine sample, she felt "humiliated." So she decided to sue her high school, charging that they had infringed her rights to privacy. The case took off from there -- in March 2002, her complaint will be heard by the U.S. Supreme Court.