Students Walk Out for Ferguson

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Students, faculty and staff walked out of classrooms and offices on Monday, Dec. 1 to stand in solidarity with Ferguson, Mo. in light of the recent grand jury decision not to indict former Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson.

The Campus Voice: Middlebury on Ferguson, Racism, and the Town Vigil

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This week, the Campus Voice discusses Ferguson and the grand jury’s decision that offset the wave of anger reverberating across the nation. Plus, we take a hard look at racism among the student community at Middlebury.

Play Exposes the Vampire in All of Us

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On Nov. 20 to 22, the Theatre Department presented its second faculty production of the semester, Englishman Snoo Wilson’s 1973 play, Vampire, in the Seeler Studio Theater.

Vampire is a play about … well, no one really knows. And indeed, after an hour and a half of brash sexual exploration, one very unexpected satanic baby birthed by Mary (yes, that Mary), a terribly profane talking ox, fights between Karl Jung and Sigmund Freud, a maniacally laughing Charles Dickens and two biker boys in underwear, the majority of the audience walked away from the play with at least one brow raised – or, more likely, furrowed. Forget linear plotting and traditional character development – Vampire spans three time periods and locations, moving from 19th century Wales to World War I era England to a rebellious biker group in 1960’s London.

Protocol Finds Dark and Light in Suicide

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The terms “suicide” and “comedy” generally do not go well together, but Protocol, an entirely student-produced play that ran in the Hepburn Zoo from Nov. 20-22, managed to merge these two themes beautifully.

Men’s Basketball Stays Perfect

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The Middlebury men’s basketball team was able to stay unbeaten on the season, defeating Rensselaer 87-78 in its home opener on Sunday Nov. 30 to advance to 5-0 on the season.

Students Organize Die-In During Midnight Breakfast

This past Wednesday, a group of students organized a die-in in solidarity with the national movement against racist state violence.  Around 100 students arrived in[...]
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REMINDER: Middlebury Ferguson Action Group Meeting TODAY at 5

[ December 11, 2014; 5:00 pm to 6:00 pm. ] In case you missed last night's die-in at midnight breakfast in Ross, students have organized[...]
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New Music From Jack Tipper and Mike McCann ’15: “Caverns”

Pop on your headphones, take a a three minute study break, and have a quick listen to some awesome new student music from Mike McCann and[...]
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