Isabelle Stillman

Articles

Can You Be My Friend: Special Education in Action

The story of one student’s journey in Middlebury’s Special Education high school.

Life Changing Bonds in Community

Ruby and Roman each carried a white paper bag overflowing with freshly picked apples and a tooth-splitting smile last Saturday morning as they clambered to sit atop the stone wall in Adirondack Circle.

Campus Character: Amari Simpson ’16

This week, the Campus sat down with Amari Simpson ’16, a Posse Scholar and Neuroscience major from Chicago who is active in the Student Government Administration[...]

MiddFoods Defies Rural Challenges

Middlebury Foods is a not-for-profit, social entrepreneurship endeavor that aims to bring healthy food at an affordable price to Vermonters.

MiddView Enforces Mandatory Attendance

It is a rare feat to find 140 college students spending their Saturday night playing cards, board games or doing puzzles – and liking it.

MCAB Speaker, KIPP Charter Schools Founder Speaks on Education Reform

  Mark Feinberg, co-founder of the Knowledge is Power Program (KIPP) charter schools and superintendent of KIPP Houston, opened his address to Mead Chapel last[...]

Middlebury Club Sports: GAME ON

Middlebury offers the chance to play the following nine club sports: cycling, fencing, equestrian, sailing, Quidditch, rugby, figure skating, chess and badminton. Our editors caught[...]

Dialogue and Diversity of Thought

At the activities fair a couple weeks ago, I was wandering the aisles of clubs and organizations when I spotted a friendly face behind the[...]

Painting Project Revamps Lower Forest

Walk into the basement of Forest Hall these days and you will find a transformed space. Thanks to the efforts of a few inspired students,[...]

ED Admits Comprise 48 Percent of Class of 2017

The College received a total of 699 Early Decision I applications this past fall, representing an eight percent increase from last year. Forty-two percent of[...]

Billy Parish Headlines Symposium

From Jan. 24 – 26, the Middlebury Center for Social Entrepreneurship (MCSE) will host its second annual Symposium on Social Entrepreneurship and Social Justice. The[...]

Gaza Violence Incites Discussion

J Street U Midd held a student-led discussion on the recent Gaza-Israel violence on Monday, Nov. 19. J Street U Midd is the Middlebury chapter[...]

Contest Decides Student Speaker

Eleven contestants, four judges and approximately 80 audience members gathered in Crossroads Café on the night of Nov. 8 for auditions to be the student[...]

College Offers Online Education to Alumni

On Nov. 29 Professor of Economics and Director of the Middlebury Center for Social Entrepreneurship Jon Isham will teach an hour-and-a-half long online course for[...]

Solar Decathlon Competes Again

“It started with one student having a crazy idea, one professor trusting it could happen and the administration putting a ton of trust in an[...]

YAM Trumps Harvard Box Fort World Record

It was an uphill battle to spread cheer during last Saturday’s gray and gloom, but the Youthful Alliance of Merrymaking (YAM) was up to the[...]