Faculty Pass Symbolic Rejection of K-12, Inc.

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On Tuesday, May 13, the faculty voted overwhelmingly to cut ties with K12, Inc., the corporation with which the College partnered to create Middlebury Interactive[...]

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Jenny Johnston ’14 Chosen as Speaker

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Jenny Johnston ’14 will give the student commencement speech representing the class of 2014 at Commencement on May 25. Johnston was chosen from nearly 20[...]

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Faculty Motion Rebuffs MIL

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On Tuesday, May 13 the faculty will vote on a motion to sever the College’s ties with K12, Inc., the corporation that the College has[...]

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Peers Hit With Title IX Inquiry

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Sexual assault on college campuses made national news last week when Tufts University was found noncompliant with Title IX for mishandling complaints of sexual assault.[...]

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SAAC to Host First MiddKid Triathlon

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On May 10, the Student Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) will be holding a team triathlon open to the entire student body. The event aims to[...]

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SGA Recaps Active Year

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The current Student Government Association (SGA) administration has been faced with a great deal of scrutiny this year, due in part to the especially high[...]

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Matthews Talks Economics and Marxist Ideals

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On Tuesday, April 29, Twilight Auditorium was filled to capacity by 4:30, the start time for the Inaugural Lecture “The Case for Marx,” given by[...]

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Yeaton Receives Appreciation Award

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A ceremony was held this past Tuesday in Crossroads café to honor Visiting Assistant Professor of Theater Dana Yeaton with the Marjorie Lamberti Faculty Appreciation[...]

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Two Earn Foreign Affairs Fellowships

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Two students, Rana Abdelhamid ’15 and Spencer Salibur ’15, were selected as winners of prestigious Thomas R. Pickering Foreign Affairs Fellowships which will provide them[...]

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