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Trustees Meet, Talk Diversity and Inclusion

Holden Barnett

January 27, 2016

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The trustees who serve on the College Board of Overseers discussed diversity and inclusivity last week during one of three of the Board of Trustees’ annual conferences. The Board’s governance system is divided into three Boards...

New VP for Advancement

Nick Garber

January 27, 2016

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The College announced on Jan. 14 that Colleen Fitzpatrick, a current administrator at Duke University, will succeed Jim Keyes  as Middlebury’s next Vice President for Advancement. Fitzpatrick currently serves as an Assistant...

SGA Update

Tess Weitzner

January 27, 2016

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The SGA meeting on Jan. 17 began with announcements from Director of Membership Zak Fisher ’16 who proxied for SGA President Ilana Gratch ’16. Fisher welcomed Abbie Spector ’17 who is replacing Michael Brady ’17.5 as Chief...

Atomic Energy Makes Waves

Atomic Energy Makes Waves

January 27, 2016

Community Council Update

Nick Garber

January 21, 2016

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On Monday, Jan. 12, Community Council held its first meeting of the 2016 Winter Term. The Council welcomed Maddie Orcutt ’16, who discussed The Ribbon Project, an upcoming project centered around the prevention of sexual...

338 Admitted Early for 2020

Eliza Teach

January 21, 2016

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The College notified 338 new students of their early admission to the Class of 2020 via an online portal on Dec. 5. Mailed letters were sent in the next week. The students were chosen from an overall application pool of 636 applicants....

John Doe Drops Lawsuit Against College

Christian Jambora

January 21, 2016

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Legal action in the John Doe v. Middlebury College case formally ended on Dec. 21. Doe, the student expelled over a charge of alleged sexual assault, dropped his lawsuit against the College after the two parties reached a settle...

Faculty Votes on AAL, Pass/D/Fail

Philip Bohlman

January 21, 2016

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At the Jan. 15 Plenary Meeting the faculty passed resolutions that reinstated the Pass/D/Fail option, set to expire this year, and changed the cultures and civilizations set of distribution requirements. The last iteration of...

The Grid Presented to College

Ethan Brady

December 9, 2015

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On Wednesday, Nov. 2, in Wilson Hall, three administrators — Katy Smith Abbott, Andi Lloyd and Miguel Fernández — unveiled a plan they developed over the summer to remedy student stress. This was the first time that the plan,...

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