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Remembering Miguel Sanchez-Tortoledo ’23
Remembering Miguel Sanchez-Tortoledo ’23
By Sophia McDermott-Hughes September 16, 2021

Miguel Sanchez-Tortoledo seemed to know everybody. On campus, he couldn’t help stopping to greet nearly everyone he passed, which often made those walking with him late....

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...

Proctor before the first light.
Other Side of the Line: Proctor Revisited
By Florence Wu September 16, 2021

Most of the campus dreams on with a few more hours of sleep to spare at 6 a.m. But in Proctor dining hall, the kitchen is up and running. I was told to come in through...

Siefer’s Scoop podcast returns for second season
Siefer’s Scoop podcast returns for second season
By Blaise Siefer September 16, 2021

Hello Middlebury sports fans! I’m pleased to announce that, for the second consecutive year, I’ll be hosting the Siefer’s Scoop podcast for The Campus.    I began this podcast series...

A long line builds outside of Paris Saint-Germain’s store after Lionel Messi signed a contract with the club.
A Coincidence of Time and Place: How I almost met Lionel Messi
By Owen Mason-Hill September 16, 2021

The strength of the bond between Lionel Messi and FC Barcelona cannot be overstated. He joined the team when he was just 13, and has led the club to the pinnacle of domestic and international soccer....

Notes from the Desk: This time, on paper
Notes from the Desk: This time, on paper
By Riley Board, Lucy Townend, and Abigail Chang September 17, 2021
It’s been 553 days since we last printed an issue of our newspaper.
It’s time to stop pretending and start testing
It’s time to stop pretending and start testing
By Editorial Board September 16, 2021

Since the start of the academic year, Colby has had 11 Covid-19 cases, Amherst has had 23, and Bowdoin has had 42. Tufts has had 25 this week alone, and a significant...

The Middlebury Romantic
The Middlebury Romantic
By Edyth Moldow September 16, 2021
First@Midd welcomes record number of students
[email protected] welcomes record number of students
By Summer Hornbostel September 16, 2021

After the strange and difficult 2020-2021 school year, many students are desperate to return to semi-normalcy. While returning students have some idea of what to expect,...

Turning a New Leaf: Book recs inspired by the season
Turning a New Leaf: Book recs inspired by the season
By Anna Weisel September 16, 2021

The leaves are beginning to change in Vermont, and it's starting to feel like fall. I compiled a list of books that remind me of autumn, my favorite time of year to curl...

A Midd-Summer Night’s Dream
A Midd-Summer Night’s Dream
By Emily Hogan September 16, 2021

In between semesters, many students chose to spend their summers on campus, providing the perfect chance to enjoy Middlebury without having to endure the harsh weather...

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