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May 19, 2024 | Latest Issue
The Dartmouth
Kevin Garland
The Setonian
Opinion

Eccentric Anarchy

Two things before you begin reading: Do not prepare yourself for humor (sadly, I do not share the talents of Microsoft Word-based comedians), and this column will likely be confounding or dare I say cynical (?). But you will like it.

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Police arrest 11 Kappa members Monday

Enfield Police arrested 11 intoxicated underage members of Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority and sent three of them to Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center late Monday night after a new members' event held at a roller rink in nearby Enfield, N.H. Police arrived shortly before 11 p.m.

Alpha Delta fraternity was raided by 14 Hanover Police Department officers as part of an ongoing investigation.
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Hanover Police search Alpha Delta fraternity house

The Dartmouth A sexually explicit videotape created by an Alpha Delta fraternity member from the Class of 2003 was the premise behind a Thursday morning police search of the organization's physical plant, according to several sources close to AD and other persons in the Dartmouth Greek system. Fourteen officers from the Hanover Police Department entered AD at 10:45 a.m.

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AD search warrant linked to sex tape

SECOND WEB UPDATE, June 9, 6:00 p.m. A sexually explicit videotape created by an Alpha Delta fraternity member from the Class of 2003 was the premise behind a Thursday morning police search of the organization's physical plant, according to several sources close to Alpha Delta fraternity and other persons in the Dartmouth Greek system. Fourteen police officers from the Hanover Police Department entered AD at 10:45 a.m.

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JAMES FREEDMAN, PRESIDENT EMERITUS, DIES AT 70

WEB UPDATE, March 22, 7:10 a.m. James Oliver Freedman, 15th president of Dartmouth, died Tuesday after more than a 12-year battle with non-Hodgkin's lymphoma. He was 70 years old. Freedman was a staunch advocate of intellectualism, ethnic diversity and gender parity at the College, while orchestrating ...

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Police raid home in murder of '07

On Saturday, Berkeley, Calif. police searched a home in nearby Vallejo, while looking for Christopher Hollis, the man whom police suspect shot and killed Meleia Willis-Starbuck '07 in July. Meanwhile, the suspected getaway driver, Christopher Wilson, posted bail after close acquaintances offered to mortgage their house in order to raise the necessary sum.

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Berkeley police identify two suspects in Willis-Starbuck shooting

WEB UPDATE, July 21, 9:14 p.m. Berkeley police announced further progression in their investigation into the murder of Meleia Willis-Starbuck '07, releasing names of two suspects on Wednesday. The city's homicide detectives used leads they had gathered from the investigation to serve search warrants for Christopher Larry Wilson Jr.

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Wolff '67 to head Mo. Supreme Court

Judge Michael Wolff '67 became chief justice of the Missouri Supreme Court last Friday, succeeding Ronnie White, Missouri's first black chief justice. The Missouri Supreme Court rotates chief justices every two years based on seniority. "It's quite an honor," Wolff said in reference to his new position.

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High school players from Vermont and New Hampshire aspire to play in the Shrine Maple Sugar Bowl.
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High school players from Vermont and New Hampshire aspire to play in the Shrine Maple Sugar Bowl.

A Safety and Security officer waits in front of Parkhurst Hall on Wednesday afternoon while scores of students rallied at nearby Dartmouth Hall in an event named
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A Safety and Security officer waits in front of Parkhurst Hall on Wednesday afternoon while scores of students rallied at nearby Dartmouth Hall in an event named

YOU SALTY DAWG: DOC Freshmen Trips welcomed over 1,000 incoming students during a two week period. See PAGE 5 to read about what happened this interim.
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YOU SALTY DAWG: DOC Freshmen Trips welcomed over 1,000 incoming students during a two week period. See PAGE 5 to read about what happened this interim.

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