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During this week's eight-night Jewish celebration of Passover, which started Saturday at sundown, many Jews at Dartmouth will flock to Pavilion to find kosher meals that fit their dietary restrictions. Staffing difficulties, extensive food preparations and food-ordering complications have made it hard for Dartmouth Dining Services to accommodate the needs of Jewish students so far this week.
Hanover police arrested Kyle Sherlock '05, a member of The Tabard coed fraternity, and 27-year-old Manchester, N.H., resident Melissa Lardiere early this week on felony charges of possession of a controlled or narcotic drug with the intent to distribute.
Student Assembly presented history professor David Lagomarsino the Profiles in Excellence teaching award at a gathering of about 20 students Tuesday evening in recognition of the professor's commitment to undergraduate teaching.
Chi Gamma Epsilon fraternity shut down a dance party early Saturday morning, after an intoxicated freshman, Thaddeus Olchowski '08, allegedly jumped out of a window at the fraternity, leading to his arrest.
Panda House, the downtown Hanover Chinese restaurant, will soon close its doors for good after multiple allegations of credit card fraud against restaurant employees have greatly diminished its business.
Theta Delta Chi fraternity will forego an arraignment, originally scheduled for Wednesday morning at 9 a.m., by pleading not guilty to five felony counts of serving alcohol to minors in a formal waiver recently submitted to the Grafton County Superior Court, according to George Ostler '77, Theta Delt's attorney.
The Hanover Police formally charged Michael Volodarsky '08 with misdemeanor reckless conduct last week for a Feb. 7 incident during which Volodarsky allegedly fired a BB-gun shot, striking Michele Nudelman '05 in the leg.
Feb. 8, South Main Street, 11:32 p.m.
A grand jury indicted Theta Delta Chi fraternity last week on five felony counts of serving alcohol to minors. Each count carries a maximum fine of $100,000.
WEB UPDATE, Feb. 14, 5:28 p.m.
Winter Carnival means many things to many people. For students, it is often an excuse for excessive drinking. For local law enforcement officers, it is an opportunity for overtime.
The Hanover Police are investigating several related BB-gun shootings -- allegedly perpetrated by a College freshman -- that occurred outside Butterfield Hall in the past week, Chief Nicholas Giaccone said.
Feb. 3, Brook Hallow, 1:11 a.m.
Jan. 25, Lebanon Street, 12:59 p.m.
Safety and Security shut down a dance party at Chi Gamma Epsilon fraternity at approximately 1:45 a.m. Saturday morning after receiving multiple calls from inside the fraternity asking for assistance with dangerously intoxicated students.
Despite a whirlwind of controversy surrounding disparaging comments Dean of Admissions Karl Furstenberg made about the value of varsity football programs in a private letter four years ago, students have remained conspicuously quiet about their views.
Controversy within the Dartmouth community continues to escalate in response to the publication of a private letter Dean of Admissions Karl Furstenberg wrote four years ago calling varsity football programs "a sacrifice to the academic quality and diversity of entering first-year classes."
WEB UPDATE, Dec. 23, 4:17 a.m.
Editor's note: This is the third in a series of articles profiling students who at first glance embody various Dartmouth stereotypes. In this piece, The Dartmouth examines the campus intellectual.
The last week has been witness to a great deal of Ivy League diplomacy, as well as some disagreement over who should provide the forums.