Vermont Battles Heroin Epidemic

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One chilly September morning in 2011, Kristin Lundy heard someone ascend her front steps and knock on her door. When she opened it, police Sgt. Mike Fish asked her to gather everyone living in the house. “Your son is dead,” he said.

Women’s Lacrosse Falls to Fourth in NESCAC

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Coming off of a 15-8 win against Union College, the Middlebury women’s lacrosse team suffered an uncharacteristic loss to 10th-ranked Colby by a score of 14-11 on Saturday, April 19.

WRMC Rocks McCullough with Sepomana

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Sepomana brought four bands to the McCullough Social Space, including Dan Deacon and the College’s own Thank God For Mississippi.

The Siblings Behind the Lucrative Sushi Operation

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If you ventured down to Crossroads anytime in the past year, you may have noticed a small man and woman in red chef jackets, busily[...]

EatReal Pitches to Old Chapel

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EatReal has made strides in recent weeks toward bringing sustainable food to the College’s dining halls.

photexplo 4

week 4 of photos. theoretically, some of these are beautiful. and but what is theoretical beauty? and what is practical beauty, for that matter? can[...]
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A Night at Two Brothers for the Charter House (featuring Milk Chocolate)

[ April 24, 2014; 7:00 pm to 11:00 pm. ] http://vimeo.com/92793589 The Middlebury Campus released this  video of Milk Chocolate today as part of the[...]
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Vermont to become first state to require GMO labeling

In good spirits with all the Real Food week events, check out VPR’s article on Vermont being the first state to pass a bill to require[...]
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