Playground rules at Dartmouth, part 2

Joe Asch contemplates Dartmouth’s institutional response to the successive election of four petition trustee candidates and the rejection last year of the proposed new alumni constitution: “Goodbye alumni trustees?” In spirit Asch’s column is a sequel to my “Bucking the deans at Dartmouth.”
I find it hard to believe that the Dartmouth board would act like the playground brat who takes his bat and ball home when he can’t win the game, but Asch has assembled more than enough evidence on which to express reasonable concern that something of the kind is in process. One would think that a decent concern for the opinions of fellow alumni, if not of mankind, would preclude such action.
Related: “Playground rules at Dartmouth.”


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