A Real Sex Education

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Sexual assault on college campuses is making headlines this month as Tufts was found noncompliant with Title IX and the Department of Education released a list of 55 schools currently under investigation.

Discovering the Power of Food


My home state has been in the news a lot recently, neither for maple syrup nor for skiing, but as the face of drug use[...]

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One Woman Army


You may not know it, but there is a very real military presence on the Middlebury campus. Maybe you’ve seen someone wading through the crowds of flannel and Toms in camouflage and combat boots.

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Why We Should Raise Tuition


In honor of my final contribution to the Campus, I wanted to mention some things I love about Middlebury. I love that everybody is on[...]

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The Ongoing Need for Affirmative Action


Affirmative action doesn’t work and it’s unconstitutional. The state cannot change destructive culture that inhibits black success. Those who benefit from affirmative action are unqualified.[...]

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Bring Middlebury Confessional Out of the Dark


It’s not uncommon that college students turn to the Internet to seek relief from the papers, exams, problem sets and job applications that lie ahead.[...]

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Know Justice, Know Peace


It took 43 minutes for the Oklahoma Department of Corrections to execute Clayton Lockett. Sorry, that figure is wrong. It took fourteen years and 43[...]

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We Need Progress


The United States is growing, in general, increasingly liberal with each passing year. With this liberalization comes greater equality, but perhaps more importantly, a greater sense and understanding of how unequal our society remains.

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Why Donating Matters


In the Campus on April 24, we read an op-ed written by Hannah Bristol describing her experience with the senior class gift and the fundraising[...]

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No Contest? Not No Problem


We have a lot of problems on this campus. There are a lot of issues that keep people up at night, issues that people believe[...]

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Change the Post Grad Move-Out Policy


I will graduate from Middlebury College in two and a half weeks. It’s a painfully surreal concept that makes me wax nostalgic for the debauchery[...]

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Advice Column, Volume Two: The Poker Game of Life


This is what you go through, the thumbing through the hand of cards to see what you’ve got and what you can do with your hand.

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Civic Environmental Engagement


In the two years I’ve been writing this column, I’ve tried to minimize the chances that it might come off as just a repository for[...]

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Learning From Hazing


It has been over three and a half years since the day when the women’s swimming and diving team was told that due to hazing[...]

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Who Are You?


I am sure we are familiar with the resounding voice of Roger Daltrey screaming out the words “Who are you?” in the smash hit by[...]

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On Middlebury Interactive Languges (MIL)


In recent weeks some faculty colleagues have questioned the College’s investment and participation in Middlebury Interactive Languages (MIL). MIL is a for-profit, joint venture created[...]

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Does This Pass The Smell Test?


Have you ever wondered how the College makes its money? It seems straightforward: students in Middlebury and Monterey pay, the College provides education and the[...]

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