MICHAEL RIORDAN


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Tengatenga will no longer lead Tucker Foundation

After personally meeting with Right Rev. James Tengatenga, College President Phil Hanlon revoked his appointment as dean of the Tucker Foundation, citing concern over previous statements Tengatenga made regarding homosexuality. Before the College appoints a new Tucker dean, Hanlon has ordered the formation of a task force to clarify the organization's mission and structure. Hanlon stressed the College's commitment to diversity and support for gay rights in a statement to the Dartmouth community. "The foundation and Dartmouth's commitment to inclusion are too important to be mired in discord over this appointment," Hanlon said in the statement.


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NAP director finalists to visit campus

Madison Pauly / The Dartmouth Staff Three finalists vying to become director of the College's Native American Program will visit campus this week to meet with search committee members, students and faculty.


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Employee falls from Sig Nu roof

Sasha Dudding / The Dartmouth Staff A 21-year-old College employee fell from the second-floor side roof of Sigma Nu fraternity early Saturday evening and sustained a serious injury.


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‘16 identified, arrested for underage drinking

Marina Shkuratov / The Dartmouth Staff After spotting a member of the Class of 2016 at Molly's Restaurant on February 27, Greek Letter Organizations and Societies administrative assistant Ruth Kett contacted the Hanover Police to report what she suspected was an incident of underage drinking.





Green Key Society has new role, plans events for alumni

The Green Key Society plans events during the College's major weekends to promote campus unity. Founded in 1921 to provide the junior class with campus leadership roles and service opportunities, the society is trying to revitalize its role in campus life. This year, the Undergraduate Finance Committee voted to allow the society to coordinate programming with UFC-funded organizations, allowing the group to streamline the calendar of Green Key events next year, society co-president Rohail Premjee '14 said.


Freshman charged with rape

The Hanover Police arrested a male member of the class of 2016 on Wednesday and charged him with four counts of aggravated sexual assault. The student, Parker Gilbert '16, allegedly entered the unlocked dorm room of a female student early in the morning of May 2 and raped her.