The Exit Interview, Part Two: A Final Word with Liebowitz

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The Middlebury Campus previously sat down with College President Ronald D. Liebowitz in the fall to discuss his time at the College. This is the second and final installment of the conversation, which took place prior to and after the announcement of Laurie L. Patton as the College’s 17th President.

Men’s Tennis Storms to NESCAC Title

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The Panther men’s tennis team claimed the program’s first NESCAC title since 2010 this Sunday, May 3, when they beat Williams 5-2 on Proctor Courts.

The Dream Bus: Local Roots, Big Impact

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Having received grant money from MiddChallenge and the Future Project, the Dream Bus, which will be constructed as a mobile classroom, will stop in 12 cities at various high schools and community centers.

New Aviation Club Takes Off for the Skies

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Caroline Cating ’16.5 and Jason Feinman ’15 love to fly. Procuring their pilot licenses at ages 19 and 17, respectively, Cating and Feinman have become familiar with the Vermont aviation community.

Spring Show Expands Campus Discussion

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Written in 1891 by German playwright Frank Wedekind to contribute to nationwide discussions and criticisms of the repression of German society and schools, the play is long, cynically dark and often impossible to understand.

Start the Conversation: Life is Precious, by Matt Benedict ’15

Yesterday, a friend, Matt Benedict ’15, contacted me eager to share a piece on mental health he had written. Little did I know how tremendously personal, inspiring,[...]
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On Taking Stock

As finals fade into distant memories, boxes are packed, and graduation nears, it seems only natural that we set our sights on the future. What[...]
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From the Archives: A Melodramatic Poem about the Middlebury Library, 1969

This poem originally appeared in the March 20, 1969 issue of The Middlebury Campus.
16 days ago

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