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The following is a cached version of thehomepage of JoeVsDartmouth.com, saved byThe Dartmouth at 12:44 A.M. on March 12
Joe vs Dartmouth: Asch’s Own Words
This website has been created by Dartmouth alumni who believe Joe Asch‘s actions
and approach to Dartmouth issues make him unable to be a constructive member of the Dartmouth Board of Trustees. Read his words and those of his supporters anddetractors, and decide for yourself.
Others on Joe
From The Dartmouth (3/9/10):
―Board of Trustees petition candidate Joe Asch ‘79 has … been repeatedly reticent to
fully disclos
e his own professional experience.‖
―In previous interviews with The Dartmouth, Asch has stated that he founded a
 paramedical products firm based in Europe that manufactured and sold internationally
medical supplies of Asch‘s own design, but declined to d
isclose the name of thecompany. Legal documents recently obtained by The Dartmouth, however, tie Asch toArand Ltd. and, later, Ballet Technologies, two paramedical supply companies
specializing in electrolysis needles…‖
―In an interview on Monday, Asch
said that he did not share the name of his company
 because he did not want industry outsiders to know how profitable the industry is.‖
―A French court document obtained by The Dartmouth that links Asch to Arand reveals
that in 2004, Arand was investigated
for ―une fraude fiscale,‖ a French legal term that
translates as fiscal or tax fraud." 
By Joseph Asch ‘79 on February 20, 2010
- Dartblog.com
―…JOE MALCHOW offers a thought: Cornell‘s pricing is inflated by government
monies paid by the New York public to the university, vanishing into the mawof the party of the second part, and being merrily paid once again by hapless parents. The buoyant effect on tuition of public aid is well documented, but Cornell suffers not only
from the Stafford effect but from Albany‘s generosity too. Cornell also
faces theunfortunate position of being run, in part, by public employees, with all of the languid
labor, bad bidding processes, and ruinous employment restrictions attending same. ―
―Our Obama has a solution for these sad circs, of course. He has propose
d expanding
federal ―Pell‖ grants for college students, supposing that a transfer of money from
taxpayers to universities will prompt the universities to charge commensurately less for their product. Although this line of reasoning is opposed to the gravitational forces of our 
world, one must have faith in the president.‖
When Jim Kim was named President of Dartmouth, Joe said to
the Valley News that he ―would have preferred a president who was a world
scholar‖, and criticized his administrative experience, explaining ―I would not hire as aCEO of a major corporation someone who has never run a company before.‖ [Valley News, ―Some Dartmouth Alumni Have Reservations About New President‖ 3/15/09]

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