Interview: John Gregg on Darmouth College Board of Trustees

Steeped in tradition, Dartmouth College is now struggling with change. The small, Ivy League liberal arts school in Hanover, New Hampshire was founded in 1769, and one of its hallmarks has always been a high level of alumni involvement.That involvement has been at the center of a recent storm of controversy about the make-up of the college’s board of trustees.

Midday Newscast: August 29, 2007

A key position has been filled in Vermont’s health care reform efforts; a new training program in the Upper Valley aims to help reinvigorate one of the region’s traditional industries; Governor Jim Douglas says he plans to fight proposed federal budget cuts in the special education program.