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Dartmouth cycling team repeats as Division II champs

(05/15/03 9:00am)

The Dartmouth cyclists will be Division II omnium champions for another year after winning the national championships this past weekend in California. Big Green cyclists won just one race overall, but solid finishes by all participants in the weekend's three races established a lead that proved to be decisive in the winner-take-all finale to the collegiate road cycling season.

Road Maps and Road Blocks

(05/15/03 9:00am)

In another chapter in what may be one of the sadder stories of human history, it appears that the latest attempt at peace in the Middle East is doomed to failure. The work of the so-called quartet of the United States, United Nations, Russia and the European Union, the "Road Map to Peace" was presented formally by the State Department on April 30. It is a sequential approach, calling on both sides to take mutually beneficial steps in tandem in three phases, ending with the creation of a Palestinian state in 2005.

Donahoe '82 will join Trustee Board

(05/15/03 9:00am)

John Donahoe '82 will begin his term on the Board of Trustees following Commencement on June 8 as the newest alumnus on the Board. Donahoe was recently elected to serve a five-year term by the at-large Dartmouth alumni community over fellow nominees Elyse Benson Allen '79 and Richard Lewis '84. R. Bradford Evans '64 will also join the Board of Trustees as a charter trustee.

Getting To Know...

(05/14/03 9:00am)

Following in the footsteps of such journalistic luminaries as Mike Wallace, Barbara Walters and Ed Bradley, The Dartmouth's Mark Sweeney catches up with the big names on campus and asks the questions that others have too much professionalism or integrity to ask. Today, Sweeney sits down with the esteemed and charismatic writing prodigy that is Snowden Wright '04.