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Monthly Archives: October 2005

Granik ’69 to Retire

Granik ’69 to Retire

Russ Granik ’69 to retire after 30 years with the NBA, where he started as a staff attorney and ends Deputy Commissioner. Some speculation of him as a successer to… Read more »

MLK Keynote Speaker Chosen

MLK Keynote Speaker Chosen

The College has chosen Dr. James Forbes, Senior Minister of the Riverside Church, NY, as the keynote speaker for Martin Luther King Day this January. Dr. Forbes is widely recognized… Read more »

Freshman’s Brother Killed in Afghanistan

Freshman’s Brother Killed in Afghanistan

Today’s Valley News profiles Ashley Hines ’09, whose brother 1st Lt. Steven Hines was shot and killed in Afghanistan on September 1. Ashley, a member of the field hockey team,… Read more »

Attacking Education

Attacking Education

In a letter to the editor of the Daily Dartmouth, James Redfield ’06 accuses TDR Executive Editor Scott Glabe ’06 of taking a principled stand in favor of a well-rounded… Read more »

Petition Slate Defeated

Petition Slate Defeated

The Alumni Association’s nominated slate, led by Allen Collins ’53, defeated the petition slate led by Dean Spatz ’66 Th’67 yesterday, by a vote of 248 to 140. Those present… Read more »

Field Rushed – Glory Ensues

Field Rushed – Glory Ensues

Photos: Michael R. Audet

Field Rushed

Field Rushed

7 kids (I think) did it, just before halftime ended.

Live Blogging the Football Game

Live Blogging the Football Game

Ellis and I are firmly planted in the alumni section. We brought a stack of the Homecoming Issue and started handing them out when we were stopped by S&S and… Read more »

The Election and Alumni Involvement

The Election and Alumni Involvement

Regardless of the result, this weekend’s elections for the Alumni Association leadership will probably be a very good thing for the College. It seems alumni (and student) involvement in these… Read more »

Alumni Election in NY Sun

Alumni Election in NY Sun

Today’s New York Sun has an article profiling this weekend’s crucial Alumni Association elections.