Lucy Pollard


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Pollard: Muckraking for a Buck

I applaud Janet Reitman's recent Rolling Stone article on Dartmouth hazing for at least attempting to present a more nuanced picture of Dartmouth's "whistleblower" compared to other national publications.



Tennis ends fall play

Daniel Freeman '10 put on a show for the hometown fans at this past weekend's Big Green Invitational, a tournament that saw strong performances from many of Dartmouth's younger tennis players. Freeman won three straight matches, including a semifinal victory over the tournament's No.


Wininghams claim doubles title at Big Green Invitational

Competing at the Big Green Invitational at the Boss Tennis Center over the weekend, the last tennis tournament of the fall term, the Dartmouth women's tennis team competed hard and showed much promise for the spring season. Sisters Mary Beth Winingham '10 and Lindsay Winingham '07 dominated the doubles field, Elizabeth Warnack '10 reached the finals in B flight singles action, and teammate Jamie Caplan '09 reached the B flight consolation finals to highlight the Dartmouth performances. The Big Green women's singles players found success early on in day one of the tournament in B flight action.



Lindsay Winingham '07 and her sister both lost in the second round.

Big Green tennis ousted at ITAs

Jennifer Wang / The Dartmouth Staff Representatives of both Big Green tennis teams took part in the ITA regional this weekend.



Men's tennis fell to Cornell, but dominated Rutgers and ended the ECAC tourney with a thrilling come-from-behind victory over Saint John's.

Tennis routs Rutgers, splits with St. John's and Cornell

EMI ITO / The Dartmouth Staff After a disappointing first day at the Eastern College Athletic Conference tournament, the Big Green men's tennis team rallied to finish 2-1 and ninth overall in a 16 team field. The Big Green dominated Rutgers in virtually every match, but against the more competitive Cornell and St.