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Town Bylaw Targets Off-Campus Parties

Caroline Agsten

December 9, 2015

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On Dec. 6 the town of Middlebury’s adopted ordinance concerning rental houses, apartments and the control of public nuisances went into effect.  Associate Dean of Students for Residential and Student Life Douglas Adams notified...

Faculty Panel Talks HIV/AIDS

Abigail Browngoehl

December 9, 2015

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On Thursday, Dec. 3, in an effort to raise awareness of HIV infection and the AIDS pandemic, GlobeMed in partnership with Chellis House held a panel discussion in honor of World AIDS Day. The panel of professors across different...

Community Council Update

Nick Garber

December 9, 2015

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On Monday, Dec. 7, Community Council held its final meeting of the fall semester. Student Co-Chair Tiff Chang ’17.5 began by noting that the Student Government Association recently passed two recommendations – an extension...

SGA Update

Tess Weitzner

December 9, 2015

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SGA President Ilana Gratch ’16 began the Nov. 15 meeting with the results of the Eat Real survey about dining options. Of the 800 students who responded, 92 percent were in support of reaching the goal of 50 percent “real...

New Framework Tackles Stress

Eliza Teach

December 2, 2015

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In an effort to alleviate student stress and promote mental health at the College, several administrators are working to develop a multi-faceted plan to build community and resilience, promote mind-body well-being, increase diversity...

Community Council Update

Nick Garber

December 2, 2015

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On Nov. 9, Community Council reviewed its large list of potential solutions to student stress, discussing whether additional topics should be added. Several students agreed that the advising system could be significantly improved....

Student Organizations Face Budget Crunch: $100,000 for 40 Clubs

Holden Barnett

November 19, 2015

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Student organizations that have yet to receive funding will see a shortage of resources available to them in the 2015-16 academic year. The Student Government Association (SGA) Finance Committee has already allocated around $900,000...

Students in Paris Recount Terror

Caroline Agsten

November 18, 2015

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Following the terrorist attacks that occurred in Paris on Friday, Nov. 13, Vice President and Dean of the College Katy Smith Abbott and Dean of International Programs Jeff Cason reported that all 50 undergraduate and graduate...

BSU Shows Support For Black Students

Eliza Teach

November 18, 2015

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On Thursday, Nov. 12, in the wake of the events that took place at the University of Missouri and Yale University surrounding racial tensions, students of the College wore black clothing and stood in front of Carr Hall in solidarity...

Anderson Freeman Center Supports Minority Students

Henry Burnett

November 18, 2015

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The College has opened the Anderson Freeman Resource Center (AFC) to support minority students in an institutional effort to take new steps to better serve an increasingly diverse campus. Director Roberto Lint Sagarena said the...

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