Green Dot Empowers Bystanders

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The week of Sep. 29 officially launched Green Dot, the College’s new program to prevent violence and promote student safety on campus. Director of Physical Education Noreen Pecsok, who helped implement the program, said the response from students has been overwhelmingly positive.

Football Wins Big in Home Opener

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The Middlebury offense racked up 28 points and the defense held firm, with the first-team allowing nary a point as the Panthers (2-0) topped Colby (0-2) by a score of 28-9 at home last Saturday.

Bina48: Humanoid Robot in Lincoln

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A bucolic dirt road in Lincoln, Vermont might be the last place one would expect to find a humanoid robot.

Celebrations Begin for Environmental Studies’ 50th Anniversary

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This month, the College boasts a number of events to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the inauguration of the College’s Environmental Studies department.

Ward Prize Honors Excellence in Writing

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On Friday, Oct. 2, the Paul W. Ward ’25 Memorial Prize was presented at Twilight Hall auditorium, honoring 74 members of the classes of 2018 and 2018.5.

Sunday: Venture for America Information Session

Interested in working for a startup after graduation? Heard of Venture for America? Read up, y’all, this looks awesome. Then check out the profiles of[...]
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Meet Middlebury’s Venture for America Fellows

From newest to oldest…   Kurt Alles ‘14.5 VFA City: Turlock, CA/ Columbus, OH Account Manager at Farmeron Kurt’s email: While at Middlebury: Environmental[...]
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Thursday Thought: Change in Appearance

            I cut my hair this summer. I’d been feeling like I needed a change, and one night, with the[...]
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