Hatian band returns fee for Dartmouth performance, fires band manager after thefts at fraternity
Following the arrest of two men who traveled to the College with the band RaRaM de NY, the band returned the money the College paid them to perform and sent a letter apologizing that the men, who were not official members of the band, stole laptops and backpacks from Psi Upsilon fraternity. The band manager had invited the two men to travel to Hanover without the knowledge or consent of the other band members, St. Arromand said.
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