Israel and Palestine: A Call for Nuance

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The year before I came to Middlebury, I lived in Israel for ten months while studying on a college leadership program for North American Jews.[…]

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Stand on the Right Side of History with Divestment

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Twenty-nine years ago, the Middlebury College Board of Trustees stood on the right side of history when they voted to divest from the South African[…]

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A Final Call for Political Debate

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Erin: I sought to validate my political opinions when I started writing this column. Now that it has come to a close, I can say[…]

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Baltimore: A Love Story

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Preface: I love my city. But in trying to unpack the events that have unfolded over the past two weeks, I have at times been[…]

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Seize the Opportunity for Reform

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Stuart Warren, dark-horse candidate for SGA President, was runner-up in the elections with 38 percent of the votes in the third round of tabulations. The[…]

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On Achievement

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If you visit the “About” page on Middlebury’s website, you will find that “[Middlebury graduates] should be independent thinkers, committed to service, with the courage[…]

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Stories and the People Who Write Them

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I’m not quite sure what compelled me to sign up to write for the Features section one Friday in January of 2012. Maybe it was[…]

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Taking a Moment to Reflect

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As the school year comes to a close, the Campus would like to reflect on this passing of time. We saw a long foliage-filled fall,[…]

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