Joshua Schiefelbein


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Men's hockey defeats RPI, advances to quarterfinals

The men’s hockey team advanced to the ECAC quarterfinals in dramatic fashion Sunday night, stunning Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute 5-4 with three unanswered goals in the third period, including a game-winner from Brad Schierhorn ’16 with 3:14 remaining.


Trustees approve slight tuition increase, support harsher sexual assault sanctions

The College’s Board of Trustees voted Saturday to increase tuition, room, board and mandatory fees by 2.9 percent to $61,947 for the 2014-15 academic year, the lowest percentage increase since 1977, and elected Bill Helman ’80 as the Board’s next chair. At the meeting, trustees expressed unanimous support for a proposal to strengthen sanctions for students found guilty of sexual assault.


GLC policy follows 'Bloods and Crips' party

A new policy will expect Greek organizations that receive complaints regarding standards of community violations to adjudicate the accused individuals in-house or participate in mediation sessions with the complainants. The Greek Leadership Council and Greek organization presidents unanimously approved the bylaw at a meeting on Monday.


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Allen ’16 leads women’s hockey team

As the women’s hockey team gears up for two major conference tilts this weekend against Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and Union College, all eyes will be on forward Lindsey Allen ’16, who leads Dartmouth in scoring with 15 points and 10 goals.





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Football holds Green-White scrimmage

Maggie Rowland / The Dartmouth Senior Staff Dartmouth football closed out spring practice with the annual Green-White scrimmage game on Saturday at Memorial Field. Dartmouth returns seven defensive starters from last season, when the team went 6-4 and tied for third in the Ivy League at 4-3.


Softball loses Ivy League title in three-game series to Penn

Dartmouth softball lost a heartbreaker to the University of Pennsylvania at the Ivy Championship Series in three games, missing a chance for an automatic berth in the NCAA tournament. The Big Green (26-20, 15-5 Ivy) split Saturday's doubleheader, losing the first game 1-0 and winning the second 6-2, forcing a decisive third game on Sunday that the Quakers (30-18, 16-4 Ivy) won 3-2. "I'm proud of the way we played," Megan Averitt '15 said.