Maggie Cochrane

Online Editor

Articles

New Club “Debatable” Grapples with Question of Big Oil

  On Saturday, October 5th, Middlebury’s new club Debatable held its first debate in Crossroads Cafe.  The Debatable participants hashed out the pros and cons[...]

Activities Fair Fall 2013

  After being postponed due to rain, the Activities Fair was held on Hepburn Road on Monday, September 16th.  Students from various clubs and organizations[...]

Andrew Delbanco – What College Was, Is, and Should Be

On Wednesday, April 24th, Andrew Delbanco of Columbia University gave a talk based on his book College: What it Was, Is, and Should Be.  Delbanco,[...]

“Undressing Cinderella”: Behind the Scenes

On Tuesday, April 9th, the Theatre department sponsored a lunch and discussion about Middlebury’s inaugural New Play Festival.  Assistant Professor Andrew Smith ’97.5 sent out[...]

Behind the Scenes of the April Fools Edition

The Campus editors get serious about satire, discuss the history of the edition, and share some of their personal April Fools bests.  Enjoy this year’s[...]

Middlebrow Presents: Paddy O’Furniture

On Monday, March 18th, Middlebrow presented “Paddy O’Furniture” in the Abernethy Room.  The improv group entertained the watching crowd with scenes based solely around the[...]

The Middlebury Orchestra Performs

On Friday, March 15th, the Middlebury College Orchestra held their first concert of the spring semester in the CFA Concert Hall.  The Concert included Bruce Jia[...]

Chili Fest 2013

On Saturday, March 9th, Middlebury hosted the fifth annual Vermont Chili Festival.  Main Street was crowded with stalls, people, and even pigs as visitors went[...]

March Fo[u]rth: Rallying for Divestment

On March 4th, students did indeed march fourth to Old Chapel in order to let the college know that students are still very much interested[...]

Hypnotist Paul Ramsay Visits Midd

From ballet to Guitar Hero to One Direction, hypnotism can put the most normal people in the most abnormal situations.  Certified hypnotist Paul Ramsay demonstrated[...]

Painting Lower Forest

  A team of students has begun painting the walls of Forest Basement in order to make the space one where students can meet freely.[...]

MMC’s “Northern Lights” Competition

On Friday, Feb. 15 the Middlebury Mountain Club hosted its event “Northern Lights” on McCullough Lawn where pre-registered teams competed for a $100 gift certificate[...]

Highlights from the Endowment Panel

Although the panel on the endowment is now available in its entirety online, the Campus has compiled some highlights from last Tuesday’s event in the video[...]

Middlebrow at Dana Auditorium

After Middlebrow was unable to perform back in December, the group presented the show “It’s Us, Not You” on Wednesday, Jan. 23 in Dana Auditorium.  At[...]

Pain, Passion and Possibility

In a keynote lecture entitled “Pain, Passion and Possibility: Building Community Through Difficult Subjects,” Professor Trisha Rose of Brown University kicked off the College’s first[...]

Doing It the Ugandan Way

On Friday, Jan. 18 Samuel Bakkabulindi, a master drummer and dancer from Uganda, taught a workshop entitled “Doing It the Ugandan Way” to students, faculty and[...]

Mosaics from the Underground

On Friday, Nov. 30 and Saturday, Dec. 1 students presented “Mosaics from the Underground,” at the Dance Theater in the Mahany Center for the Arts.[...]

Middlebury Orchestra Fall Performance

On Saturday, Nov. 17 the Middlebury College Orchestra held their fall concert in the CFA performance space.  Conducted by Andrew Massey, the group’s set list included[...]

Thursday Night at the BCG

Following three successful Thursday evenings at the BCG, the Campus’ Maggie Cochrane discussed the weekly event with Dan Lee ’13, Will Gyory ’13 and Nate Goldstone ’13.[...]

Gallicantus Performs in Mead Chapel

On Saturday, Nov. 10 Gallicantus made its North American debut in Mead Chapel.  Gallicantus is comprised of seven choral singers from England, and the group has traveled[...]

Vermont Collegiate Choral Consortium

On Thursday, Nov. 8 five local choral groups joined together to sing at Mead Chapel. Each group performed a piece of their own before combining[...]

The Campus Interviews the Otter Nonsense Players

The Otter Nonsense Players recently released a second College Quickie on mtvU, following an initial posting to the site in early September. In addition to profiling[...]

Students Discuss Divestment Options in General Assembly

On Friday, Oct. 26 the Dalai Lama Welcoming Committee led a general assembly in the Warner Hemicycle. The above video presents parts of this discussion,[...]

Ride, Roast, and Rock 2012

The Ride, Roast & Rock is the major annual fundraiser for Addison Central Teens (ACT), including a biking tour ranging from eight to 54 miles,[...]

College Shorts

College Debt Increases to Record Numbers (Huffington Post) Nearly one out of five households in the U.S. suffers from student debt, according to a study[...]

Improv in McCullough

Middlebury’s oldest improv comedy group had the room roaring with laughter tonight as they created scenes on the spot. Acts involved a young lady’s questionable[...]