Students in Paris Recount Terror

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Following the terrorist attacks that occurred in Paris on Friday, Nov. 13, it was reported that all 50 undergraduate and graduate students studying at Middlebury’s School in France and ten other students studying at other sites were safe.

BSU Shows Support For Black Students

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On Thursday, Nov. 12, in the wake of the events that took place at the University of Missouri and Yale University surrounding racial tensions, students of the College wore black clothing and stood in front of Carr Hall in solidarity with black students across the nation.

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Anderson Freeman Center Supports Minority Students


The College has opened the Anderson Freeman Resource Center (AFC) to support minority students in an institutional effort to take new steps to better serve[…]

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Faculty Debate Future of Pass/Fail


At their plenary session on Nov. 6, faculty introduced a motion to reinstate the Pass/D/Fail option for Middlebury undergraduates. The Pass/D/Fail (P/D/F) option, which was[…]

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SGA Update


SGA President Ilana Gratch ’16 opened the Nov. 9 senate meeting with an announce- ment that The Cellar (originally named The Coat Rack) is a[…]

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Students Attend AEI Dinner for Netanyahu


On Monday, Nov. 9 Phil Hoxie ‘17.5 and Alexander Khan ’17 attended the American Enterprise Institute’s (AEI) annual dinner and award ceremony in Washington D.C.[…]

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Panelists Talk Careers for Econ Majors


On Thursday, Nov. 12, the Center for Careers and Internships (CCI), in partnership with both the Economics Society and the Department of Economics, hosted the[…]

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