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Chicago Shows Despicable Power of Press

Finne Murphy

February 17, 2016

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Murder, fame and the unsettling relationship between the two were the subjects of this year’s J-term musical, Chicago, which sold out for every show. The classic American work, with music by John Kander and lyrics by Fred E...

Performing Arts Spotlight: Women of Will

Connor Forrest

February 17, 2016

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If you made plans to leave campus this weekend, cancel them. Don’t have any? You do now. First, you will witness one of the most captivating trumpet prodigies of our time, Bria Skonberg, on Friday at 8 p.m. in the Mahaney Center...

Playwrights on Their Plays

Abigail Walton

February 17, 2016

Filed under Arts & Sciences

We live in a world today that is growing rapidly more aware of the way it approaches issues of gender and sexuality. Despite some continuing controversies, there is an increasing acceptance of not only discussions of sexuality,...

Booking It: Half Bad

Abigail Walton

February 17, 2016

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Dark and twisted in its portrayal of a feud between Black and White witches, Half Bad by Sally Green has been sold in 42 countries, and the film rights were snatched up almost instantly by Fox Entertainment Group after its pu...

Soule Monde Charms Crowd at 51 Main

Devin McGrath-Conwell

January 27, 2016

Filed under Arts & Sciences

Music has long been a source of community. Concerts have a way of bringing a cross-section of people together to appreciate the art unfolding before them. Middlebury is no exception to this tendency. With a population made up...

Poetry Celebrates Interfaith Traditions

Elizabeth Zhou

January 27, 2016

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Last Thursday, Jan. 21, above the faint hustle and bustle of Crossroads Café, students, faculty and staff took the stage to take part in a night of poetry and spoken word performances. Organized by MOSAIC, Middlebury’s Interfaith...

One Life Left: Dungeon of the Endless

Brandon Cushman

January 27, 2016

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Your ship is shot down in orbit over an uncharted planet. You and one other shipmate manage to make it onto one of the remaining escape pods and are sent careening toward the planet’s surface. Unlucky for you, the escape pod...

New Electric Car Charging Station

Toby Aicher

January 27, 2016

Filed under Arts & Sciences

The College installed a charging station for electric vehicles (EVs) in the parking lot behind Proctor Dining Hall this Nov. The station is a level two charging station that can service two cars at once and charge an EV battery...

Booking It: The Looking Glass Wars

Gabrielle Owens

January 27, 2016

Filed under Arts & Sciences

Alice in Wonderland has been done a thousand different ways. From the original fantastical children’s book to Disney’s version to Tim Burton’s strange 2010 movie, we have a rich selection of Wonderlands to explore, all of t...

Speaker on Public Distrust of Science

Toby Aicher

January 20, 2016

Filed under Arts & Sciences

Distrust of scientific experts is widespread in the United States. It fuels the anti-vaccine, climate change denial and creationist movements, to name only a few of its most noticeable consequences. Why is there pervasive distrust, ...

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