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The Middlebury Campus

A 2019 report entitled “How Will We Live Together” recommended an overhaul of the first-year residential experience.
First years begin new Compass Mentoring Program
By William Reed and Ben Wagner October 14, 2021
Following the dissolution of Middlebury’s 30-year-old commons system in the fall of 2020, new mentorship systems have slowly been phased in for first years.
News in Brief: College to require vaccination for on-campus students, faculty, staff this fall
By Jack Summersby May 16, 2021

Middlebury College will require all students, faculty and staff on campus this fall to be fully vaccinated against Covid-19, except for those...

Gish and Amen walk down the tunnel that replaced the bridges on Main and Exchange St.
A walking tour of the Middlebury Bridge & Rail Project
By Becca Amen and Florence Wu October 14, 2021

If you’re walking around the concrete of the new Triangle Park in downtown Middlebury, look down at the ground. You’ll be able to see two parallel diagonal lines on...

Sahana Raman ’25 qualifies for ITA Cup in Georgia
Sahana Raman ’25 qualifies for ITA Cup in Georgia
By Jack McGuire October 14, 2021

With her teammates, coaches and parents all supporting her from the sidelines, Sahana Raman ’25 was the last person standing in one of the most prestigious New England tennis tournaments. But the...

Seven questions for Zander Kessler ’22.5, men’s cross country
Seven questions for Zander Kessler ’22.5, men’s cross country
By Blaise Siefer October 14, 2021

Zander Kessler ’22.5, from Concord, Mass., is a senior Feb on the men’s cross country team. In this installment of “Seven Questions,” Kessler reveals his favorite part about being on the cross...

NFTD: Learning to Redefine Disability
NFTD: Learning to Redefine Disability
By Daleelah Saleh October 14, 2021

I have anxiety and depression. My favorite color is purple (or blue, depending on the day). I’m happiest in libraries, at concerts, on the beach or watching sunsets....

Middlebury Students Deserve to Live at Middlebury College
Middlebury Students Deserve to Live at Middlebury College
October 14, 2021

Bread Loaf should not have been a housing option this year. It should never again be an option.  I am a junior Feb, meaning I had five weeks of normal Middlebury life...

Letter to the Editor
By Jonathan Isham October 14, 2021
The Other Pandemic
By Jason Mittell October 7, 2021
Middlebury College Art Museum aims to increase accessibility and inclusion with thematic rehang
Middlebury College Art Museum aims to increase accessibility and inclusion with thematic rehang
By Ideal Dowling October 14, 2021

In January 2021, the Middlebury College Art Museum began an extensive rehang — installing a new organization concept that displays permanent collection art by theme rather...

Like moths to a flame: parents and students flock to 9th annual Cocoon
Like moths to a flame: parents and students flock to 9th annual Cocoon
By Acadia Klepeis October 14, 2021

The 9th annual Cocoon featured many of the constants that have marked its past decade. A faded paisley rug. A single microphone. A winged logo. And, once again, the gentle...

Language Tables return to Redfield Proctor after 18 months on Zoom
Language Tables return to Redfield Proctor after 18 months on Zoom
By Alexandra Burns October 14, 2021

“Hi, everyone, and welcome to Language Tables,” a cheery voice called from the top of the stairs in Redfield Proctor. “We are back for the first time since March 10,...

News in brief: students brush up against Covid-19 policies
By Charlie Keohane October 14, 2021

This fall, with long Proc lines, primarily in-person classes and no room capacity limits — according...

Thin Ice
Thin Ice
By Arthur Furniss April 22, 2021

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Midd Life Crisis: Campus Not Like Other Squirrels 
Squirrel realizes that they are, in fact, just like other squirrels (caption by Isabel Linhares)
Midd Life Crisis: Campus 'Not Like Other Squirrels'
By Arthur Furniss April 15, 2021
Squirrel realizes that they are, in fact, just like other squirrels
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Skiing
Skiing
By Thea Volpp April 15, 2021

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Thin Ice
Thin Ice
By Arthur Furniss April 15, 2021

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