Erin Loback


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The Dartmouth Experience

I've never been on the rope swing. I hate fraternity basements. I think I played part of a game of pong one time sophomore year.


The Dartmouth Experience

I've never been on the rope swing. I hate fraternity basements. I think I played part of a game of pong one time sophomore year.




Wright to be 16th President

Provost, former dean of the faculty, will bring 29 years of Dartmouth Experience to College's helm in August



College faces safety-violation fine

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration proposed levying a $13,500 fine against the College for violating safety laws following an inquiry into the death of Chemistry Professor Karen Wetterhahn earlier this summer. Wetterhahn died in June from acute mercury poisoning after being exposed to dimethyl mercury in Burke Laboratory in August of 1996.


DOC gears up for arrival of '01 Class

Members of the Class of 2001 will begin arriving on campus on Sept. 3 for their Dartmouth Outing Club trips, described by Gus Moore '99 as a night in Hanover, "two nights with cous-cous and burritos and a final night with the lodge crew." Moore, who helped plan the trips for this year, said trip leaders and crews are getting excited for trips. Liz Gerber '98 is the trips director this year. Moore said the trips director starts planning for freshmen trips Fall term by "getting the ball rolling" on working with the administration -- organizing facilities and discussing the previous year's trips with deans. He said the trips director also coordinates with Vermont Transit in the fall -- a year early -- since they require five of its buses for two full weeks to transport trippees. Moore the director begins organizing the computer system that keeps track of all trips information in the Winter term. In the spring, all freshmen, wait-listed students and transfer students receive DC trips mailings, Moore said.


Jewelry heist still unsolved

Both of the armed robberies committed in Hanover Spring term have yet to be fully resolved. While the armed robbery of the Ward Amidon jewelry store remains unsolved, the suspect in a West Wheelock hold-up remains jailed pending his trial. The gunpoint robbery of the Ward Amidon jewelry store on Main Street remains unsolved and without suspects, according to Detective Sergeant Frank Moran of the Hanover Police. On the afternoon of May 24, two unmasked men entered Ward Amidon with guns, threatened the clerks and left with cash and jewelry. The Hanover Police obtained an artist's sketch of the two men based on descriptions from the clerks.



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