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March 6, 1988
Four white students denied harassing a black professor at Dartmouth College. The students, staff members of the right-leaning "Dartmouth Review," an independent newspaper on the Hanover, N. H., campus, told a disciplinary panel that the professor used "violence and vulgarity" in a confrontation with them in his classroom. The students are accused of harassment, disorderly conduct and invasion of privacy stemming from the Feb.
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October 5, 1990 | ELIZABETH MEHREN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The anger and displeasure over the Dartmouth Review had brewed in the Dartmouth College community almost since the privately funded conservative newspaper was launched 10 years ago and began attacking blacks, American Indians, women, Jews, gays, lesbians and anyone it associated with the dreaded "L" word, meaning liberal.
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March 11, 1988 | Associated Press
Dartmouth College suspended two members of an independent conservative student newspaper for two years Thursday and another for two terms for harassing a black professor in his classroom. A fourth student staffer for the Dartmouth Review was placed on disciplinary probation for one year for disorderly conduct. The four white students had faced possible expulsion over a Feb. 25 confrontation with music Professor William Cole over a Review article criticizing his class and his teaching ability.
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March 11, 1988 | Associated Press
Dartmouth College suspended two members of an independent conservative student newspaper for two years Thursday and another for two terms for harassing a black professor in his classroom. A fourth student staffer for the Dartmouth Review was placed on disciplinary probation for one year for disorderly conduct. The four white students had faced possible expulsion over a Feb. 25 confrontation with music Professor William Cole over a Review article criticizing his class and his teaching ability.
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October 5, 1990 | ELIZABETH MEHREN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The anger and displeasure over the Dartmouth Review had brewed in the Dartmouth College community almost since the privately funded conservative newspaper was launched 10 years ago and began attacking blacks, American Indians, women, Jews, gays, lesbians and anyone it associated with the dreaded "L" word, meaning liberal.
NEWS
March 6, 1988
Four white students denied harassing a black professor at Dartmouth College. The students, staff members of the right-leaning "Dartmouth Review," an independent newspaper on the Hanover, N. H., campus, told a disciplinary panel that the professor used "violence and vulgarity" in a confrontation with them in his classroom. The students are accused of harassment, disorderly conduct and invasion of privacy stemming from the Feb.
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