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8.13.13.sports.scudder

1-on-1 with Elisa Scudder '14

Hunter van Adelsberg / The Dartmouth Staff Middle blocker Elisa Scudder '14 is one of the only two seniors on the women's volleyball team and was nominated co-captain by her teammates last spring.


8.9.13.mirror.vermont

There's No Place Like Home

Nushy Golriz / The Dartmouth Staff As one of the original 13 colonies to form the United States, the "live free or die" state is teeming with obsolete laws and regulations.


8.6.13.news.VAC

College preps for capital campaign

Nushy Golriz / The Dartmouth Staff The strategic planning process initiated by former Interim President Carol Folt will serve as the groundwork for a new capital campaign launched over the next two years, former College trustee and Thayer School of Engineering board member Peter Fahey '68 Th'69 said. College President Philip Hanlon and the Board of Trustees will determine priorities and solidify plans for the campaign. Senior vice president for advancement Robert Lasher '88 said the College hopes to continue funding financial aid, faculty research and campus renovations. While Lasher could not confirm a time frame for the capital campaign, he said the College is in communication with alumni. "Every institution goes through a cycle of campaigns," Lasher said.


Cattier to join College as technology director

An avid outdoorsman and a fine wine connoisseur, Alan Cattier '86 will join the College as director of academic and campus technology services, a position that has been filled by vice president for information technology and chief information officer Ellen Waite-Franzen since November. Cattier comes from Emory University, where he spent 11 years as director of academic technology services. Cattier could not be reached for comment by press time. When he takes over the position on Aug.


7.19.13.arts.ballroom

Tango champion leads outdoor dance demonstration

Caela Murphy / The Dartmouth Staff Clustered on the grass in front of Dartmouth Hall on Wednesday, 20 couples danced the merengue, guided by Sidney Grant, who had abandoned his crisp, competition-ready suit for a blue T-shirt and shorts.



Gilbert trial moves to Grafton County Court

The case against Parker Gilbert '16, who was charged with four counts of aggravated sexual assault in May, is in Grafton County Superior Court for a 60-day period that began on May 20, awaiting the prosecutor to file an indictment against the defendant. If no indictment is made against Gilbert in the 60 days period, the case will be dismissed without prejudice, which means that the case can be reopened at a future time when new evidence is presented against him. Gilbert was charged with aggravated sexual assault on May 15 after a female student filed a police report two days earlier. If convicted, Gilbert could be sentenced to up to 15 years for each count of sexual assault. One of the complaints filed by the state accused Gilbert of sexually penetrating the victim through the "application of physical force, physical violence or superior physical strength," according to court documents.


7.12.13.news.mcnutt

Extra costs show financial disparity

Brett Drucker / The Dartmouth Staff When Elijah Moreno '15 decided to live off-campus with his friends, he hoped that a portion of his financial aid would help cover his rent.


7.9.13.news.mcnutt

Cost of dues impacts Greek membership

Anna Davies / The Dartmouth Staff When she accepted a bid in her preferred sorority, an affiliated sophomore did not expect fall term dues to be costly or so quickly demanded.


7.5.13.news.classicsfsptogreece

Off-campus programs will expand

Courtesy of Laura Hechtman A recent $10 million grant to off-campus programs will expand student opportunities abroad and aid the College's continuing effort to enhance its international presence.


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