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Dartmouth roundup: Men’s hockey tames Bears and Bulldogs on the road
01-24-2023 9:14 AM

The Dartmouth College men’s hockey team picked up their first two road wins of the season, edging Brown, 4-3, on Friday night in Providence, R.I. and thumping Yale, 4-0, the next evening in New Haven, Conn.The Big Green overcame three separate...

Dartmouth’s Schram in right place at right time
01-20-2023 8:37 PM


HANOVER — Taylor Schram did a lot of moving about the United States over the last decade, all in pursuit of becoming a Division I college soccer head coach.Last month, Dartmouth gave Schram that coveted opportunity.The Big Green parted ways with...

Dartmouth roundup: Men’s hoop keeps up winning ways
01-17-2023 8:28 PM

ALLSTON, Mass. — Two days after defeating Ivy League preseason favorite Penn at home, the Dartmouth College men’s basketball team raced out to an early double-digit lead, then hung on for dear life to defeat Harvard, 60-59, at Lavietes Pavilion.The...

With Penn win, Dartmouth men’s basketball smack in the middle of Ivy race
01-14-2023 9:21 PM


HANOVER — At the first media timeout of the second half Saturday afternoon, the Dartmouth College men’s basketball team was allowing visiting Penn to shoot 62% from the floor, a big reason why the Big Green stared a 13-point deficit in the face.But...

The racket is up: Dartmouth’s Ng pausing career to chase pro tennis dream
01-14-2023 9:20 PM


HANOVER — By her own estimation, Taylor Ng had picked up a tennis racket twice in nearly two years after graduating from Dartmouth College in 2017.One of Dartmouth’s best women’s tennis players ever, Ng was named Ivy League Player of the Year as a...

Dartmouth football sending four to Japan all-star affair
01-12-2023 8:55 PM

HANOVER — The Dartmouth College football team is sending four players to Tokyo for the Japan-U.S. Dream Bowl, which will be played Jan. 22 at the National Stadium, site of the 2020 Olympic Games.The contest will pit a team of Ivy League seniors and...

Big Green can’t fend off Bears
01-09-2023 8:39 PM

HANOVER — The Dartmouth College women’s basketball team was in good shape to pick up its first Ivy League win on Saturday evening, scoring 27 points in the third quarter to take a two-point lead over visiting Brown.And then the Big Green’s offense...

Dartmouth roundup: Women’s hockey wins in return from hiatus
01-03-2023 8:34 PM

NORTH EASTON, Mass. — Playing its first game in 20 days, the Dartmouth College women’s ice hockey team came from behind to earn a 3-2 victory at Stonehill on Friday. Senior captain Currie Putrah notched the game-winner with less than two minutes...

Big man’s foul trouble opens door for Big Green’s defeat
01-03-2023 8:30 PM


HANOVER — All it took was Dartmouth’s best big man getting into foul trouble for Cornell to change its plan of attack.The Big Green men’s basketball team trailed the Big Red by just one at halftime in their Ivy League opener on New Year’s Day....

Dartmouth to spend millions to upgrade Nordic skiing trail network
11-15-2022 9:27 PM


HANOVER — Dartmouth College last week announced a $5 million plan to improve the trail system and facilities at Oak Hill-Storrs Pond Recreation Area, where the college plans to host the NCAA Skiing Championships in 2025.Project objectives include the...

Campus deaths raise familiar questions
10-03-2022 3:48 PM


HANOVER — At the end of the second week of fall term classes, roughly 500 members of the Dartmouth College community gathered the evening of Sept. 23 in front of Baker-Berry Library to listen to the college’s president, chaplain and student leaders...

50 years later, how Title IX changed sports at Dartmouth and in the Upper Valley
08-14-2022 7:26 AM


Kylie Young first learned about Title IX as a Hartford High School senior, when she wrote a thesis on the U.S. women’s ice hockey team winning the gold medal at the 1998 Winter Olympics — the first year women’s hockey was played at the Games.For her...

First Person: Time winding down for interim Dartmouth AD Peter Roby
05-28-2022 10:11 PM


Peter Roby, Dartmouth’s interim athletic director and a former Big Green basketball standout, is nearing the end of his time on the job and said he expects an announcement about his permanent replacement to occur around June 1.Roby, 64, arrived in...

New suspect charged in vandalism of Dartmouth College menorah
05-26-2022 10:17 PM


HANOVER – Less than a month after prosecutors dropped a criminal charge against a former Dartmouth College student for allegedly vandalizing a menorah display on the college campus in 2020, a Grafton County grand jury has handed up an indictment...

A Life: Jon Appleton; 'We were kind of on a mission'
04-26-2022 10:00 PM


WHITE RIVER JUNCTION — Like any creature just getting its legs under it, electronic music had a wobbly start.Composers worked on cumbersome analog machines and recorded music on reel-to-reel tapes. Concerts often consisted of composers placing a reel...

Dartmouth College weighs admissions preference for legacy students, push for diversity
04-24-2022 6:20 AM


HANOVER — Gab Smith understands both sides of the conversation surrounding legacy students and Black students at the nation’s elite colleges and universities.A senior at Dartmouth College, Smith is a Black legacy student. Her mother, Tracey...

Ex-Dartmouth student charged with vandalizing menorah on Green, avoids hate crime count
12-12-2021 11:35 AM


HANOVER — A former Dartmouth College student has been indicted by a Grafton Superior Court grand jury for allegedly shooting out the lights on a public menorah display and college building windows with a BB gun during Hanukkah last year.Carlos Wilcox,...

Remembering 9/11: A surreal sight, and a lost friend
09-11-2021 10:25 PM


When Peter Fahey reached the top steps of the subway station in New York’s financial district shortly before 9 a.m. on Sept. 11, 2001, letter-size sheets of paper had already begun to rain from the sky.“The first thing I remember seeing was all the...

Jim Kenyon: Andy Sigler saw success, but also saw the little guy
07-13-2021 9:34 PM


Andy Sigler was a captain of industry who earned millions as the CEO of Champion International, once the largest forest products company in the U.S. that made everything from plywood to copier paper.In 1984, after he stepped in to save a competitor...

Norwich Farms donor dies at 89
07-13-2021 12:01 PM

NORWICH — Andrew Sigler, a former Fortune 500 CEO who after retiring to the Upper Valley 25 years ago built everything from a state-of-the-art dairy farm to a nationally-recognized golf course, died Sunday at his home in Norwich.He was 89.Sigler, a...

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