Friday, February 08, 2008

The College's Homepage is a Bit Misleading

The College's front page still makes no mention of the court's recent decision to deny the College's motion for dismissal. A reader blitzed in and pointed out that, in fact, the front page still says the following:

Dartmouth has asked a New Hampshire court to dismiss the lawsuit seeking to block expansion of the College's Board of Trustees. The College's motion comes in response to a suit by the Dartmouth Association of Alumni.

More information about the lawsuit and the College's response

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

That's because website updates are handled by The Dartmouth...

Anonymous said...

And the AoA site itself has no entries at all under the "News" section:

http://alumni.dartmouth.edu/default.aspx?id=81

Anonymous said...

That is because the AoA has no control over this site. It is entirely controlled by the Administration.

Anonymous said...

So much for "a decent respect for the opinions of alumni". Viva la revolution for independence. The US separated from Great Britain, and the result has been a stronger, more-respectful partnership between the two.

Anonymous said...

It's been more than a week and the AoA website, controlled by the EC majority who filed the lawsuit, still have not posted a single thing. The most bloghorreatic posters have not even chosen to comment under an existing thread.

http://dartmouthaoa.blogspot.com/

Anonymous said...

Don't forget "Ask Dartmouth." Still nothing there either.