Rebecca Cress


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Lingo Love: Forming a Community

Conventional wisdom holds that Hanover is really, really small and in the middle of nowhere. Granted, when your Classics 4 notes are heaped next to those forms you've been meaning to turn in for that club you're running and you're stuck in the stacks anyway, then the Appalachian Trail is no better nor worse a place than anywhere else to be.



Daily Debriefing

More college students are taking out student loans than ever before, according to a study published yesterday by Education Sector, an independent think tank.


Police Blotter

Thursday, July 2, 4:38 p.m.Choate Road A male high school student attending a debate camp held at the College was arrested and charged with simple assault and disorderly conduct following an event that took place on Saturday, June 27.


Intruder apprehended by police after break-in

Hanover Police apprehended a Thetford, Vt. resident a few hours after he was discovered rifling through the refrigerator of a West Wheelock Street student apartment at 1:05 a.m.


Panhell. begins process to add eighth sorority

The Dartmouth Panhellenic Council voted unanimously to open campus to National Panhellenic Conference extension, the process by which a new NPC sorority is established, at a meeting on Monday evening.



Sievers '10 criticized for work as treasurer

Grafton County treasurer Vanessa Sievers '10 is facing criticism from the county's executive director, who claims that Sievers has not maintained her intially high level of performance.




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