A Very American Enterprise Takes on Divided Government

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Last Saturday, the American Enterprise Institute (AEI) of Middlebury held a policy conference on divided government. AEI is a new club at Middlebury based on[...]

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Allison Caroll Brings Talent From Far and Away

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For 95 years, the Middlebury Performing Arts Series has brought world-class performers inside the “Middlebury bubble.” The series has showcased Yo-Yo Ma, Louis Armstrong, the[...]

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Sexscapades with Abstinence and Poop

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The discussion of abstinence in church youth group filled my mind with scenes from “Footloose,” with conservative pastors and teachers telling me that sex is[...]

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Woolf gets Crafty with Beer and Cider

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Last summer, Abby Woolf ’17.5 came across a book about winemaking and decided to buy it on a whim, thinking it might be a new[...]

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Academia for the Masses: Midd Sociology Launches Podcast

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Images have largely replaced sound in today’s media. In fact, we are so used to pictures accompanying sound that it’s strange just to listen to[...]

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NARPs: Tackling Brazilian Martial Arts

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To be very straightforward, we decided to do capoeira this week because we wanted to learn how to beat people up. As trendy girls living[...]

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The Campus Voice: Fate of Honor Code

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“We [the SGA] think that having an ‘eliminate it’ option—we don’t think that will pass—but we think it will scare enough people into thinking about[...]

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