Kelsey Collins

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Winter Carnival to Feature DJ Earworm

The Middlebury College Activities Board (MCAB) has announced that DJ Earworm will be headlining the Winter Carnival Ball on Saturday, Feb. 22. According to MCAB[...]

News Brief

MiddCORE Receives Innovation Award MiddCORE, the mentor-driven experiential learning Winter Term and summer course on entrepreneurship and innovation, received the Ashoka U Cordes Innovation Award.[...]

Student Groups Encourage Reflection

On Friday, Dec. 6, a coalition of student activist groups on campus will host a day of reflection and resolution. Representatives from the various student[...]

MCSE Announces 2013 Fellowships

Six sophomores have been selected as the second annual cohort of fellows by the Middlebury Center for Social Entrepreneurship (MCSE).

Racial Casting Call Criticized

On Oct. 28, Associate Professor of Theatre Claudio Medeiros sent an email with the subject line “Invitation to African, African-American and Latino Women” to nearly[...]

College Publishes Judicial Outcomes

Old Chapel released a comprehensive report of student policy violations via a new webpage on the College’s site unveiled Monday, Nov. 4. The page details[...]

Plagiarism Detection Pilot Program Launches

Nine professors at the College are currently piloting a trial run of turnitin.com, an Internet-based plagiarism prevention service and electronic grading system. The implementation of[...]

News Brief

Student Suspended for Removal of Sept. 11 Memorial Anna Shireman-Grabowski ‘14.5, the student accused of pulling nearly 3,000 American flags from the ground that had been[...]

Clinton Hosts Students at Global Conference

Armel Nibasumba ’16 and Rabeya Jawaid ’16 were invited to attend the Clinton Global Initiative Annual Meeting in New York City from Sept. 25-27. Established[...]

The Many Faces of Divestment

On Aug. 28, students and faculty received an email from President of the College Ronald D. Liebowitz with the subject line “Statement on Divestment.” The[...]

Boston Bombing Felt by Students

  The annual Boston Marathon came under attack on April 15 when two explosives detonated near the finish line, killing three people and injuring over[...]

College Seeks to Attract Donors

Alumni Appreciation week kicked off with a dinner on Monday, March 4 in Atwater Dining Hall hosted by Mark Benz ’56 and Eric Benz ’88.[...]

College Hosts Experts for Panel on Divestment

In the wake of high-profile student protests and amid a growing university movement to combat climate change, President of the College Ronald D. Liebowitz announced[...]

Student CEO Fights Hunger With Crickets

The College has been identified as one of 15 Colleges Fighting World Hunger by Best College Online, a website that ranks colleges and universities in[...]

College Shorts

University of Virginia Student Dies During Semester at Sea (The Huffington Post) Casey Schulman, 22, of the University of Virginia (UVA), died tragically on Saturday,[...]

College Suspends Mexico School Abroad

On Nov. 6, the College announced its decision to suspend its school abroad in Xalapa, Mexico. The program, which was based at the Universidad Veracruzana[...]

College Shorts

Student Opinion Split on Homecoming Shirts (The Amherst Student) A provocative t-shirt distributed at Amherst’s homecoming weekend last week has reignited controversy surrounding sexual assault on[...]

SRI Challenges College on TD Bank

Recently, the College decided to reduce the amount of money it keeps in its Toronto Dominion (TD) bank account overnight on a day-to-day basis. While[...]

College Shorts

Green Mountain College Slaughters Beloved Ox (Vermont Public Radio) Green Mountain College in Poultney, Vt. euthanized its retired farm ox Lou on Sunday, explaining that the[...]

LIS Launches New Platform For Discussions

On Monday, Oct. 29 Library and Information Services (LIS) announced the launch of a new online discussion board. The online forum is intended to serve[...]

Dalai Lama Calls on Young Generation to Enact Change

On Friday Oct. 12 and Saturday Oct. 13, His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama addressed the College and members of the Middlebury community in two[...]

Endowment Hit by Low Returns

The College is seeking to diversify its traditional revenue sources in the wake of a drop in the endowment growth rate during the 2012 fiscal[...]

LIS Launches New Site Archiving College History

Over the summer, the Library and Information Services (LIS) launched Middlebury History Online, a digital archive of documents specifically related to the history of the[...]

College Shorts

Penn State Task Force To Allocate $60 Million Fine (Huffington Post) A 10-member task forced has been appointed to come up with guidelines for how to[...]