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Opening Up: The Off-Campus Podcast

We teamed up with Middlebury's Engaged Listening Project for the first-ever Off-Campus Podcast. This week, Jeremey Navarro talks with Sarah King to discover how Vermont musicians are dealing with isolation during the Covid-19 pandemic. Check it out below on Spotify.

Vermonters show trust in state’s response, support extended social distancing, poll shows
Vermonters show trust in state’s response, support extended social distancing, poll shows
By BENJY RENTON May 14, 2020
A vast majority of Vermonters show a desire to delay the reopening of the state’s economy and continue social distancing restrictions, even as 26% surveyed have been laid off or lost a job, according to new polling data from a nationwide survey.
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‘A bright future’: Even with shortened first season, men’s lax rookies show strong character
Middlebury’s athletic records that never were

NCAA extends athletic eligibility for 2020 spring athletes

In light of the NCAA announcement on March 12 cancelling all remaining winter and spring sports championships due to the evolving Covid-19 health threat, the collegiate sports governing body has extended eligibility for Division III spring sports athletes.

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Notes from the Desk: A roadmap for the summer
Notes from the Desk: A roadmap for the summer
By Bochu Ding May 29, 2020
"Trying times call for trying new measures," writes Editor in Chief Bochu Ding '21. "As we all embark on an 'unprecedented' summer, we at The Campus are looking forward to navigating these uncharted territories alongside you."
Values matter in money matters
Values matter in money matters
By EDITORIAL BOARD May 14, 2020
In this crisis, we expect  Middlebury’s most intrinsic and consequential values will be decisively highlighted.
Welcome to the neoliberal arts
By CONNOR WERTZ and HANNAH LAGA ABRAM • May 14, 2020
A financial future for all of us: Honoring Middlebury’s values
By THE MIDDLEBURY BRANCH OF THE AAUP • May 14, 2020
Midd’s Instagram folly is not an anomaly
By AUSTIN KAHN • May 14, 2020
The Librarian is in:
The Librarian is in: 'The Moment of Lift'
By KATRINA SPENCER May 14, 2020
Melinda Gates' book dives into her work and the women she's met through it, whose lessons about women's rights and autonomy she shares with readers.
Arts theses depart from the norm in the face of Covid-19
By SOPHIE HILAND May 14, 2020
Due to the switch to remote learning, many seniors' well-planned projects saw drastic yet necessary shifts, in terms of content and media, this semester.
Recipes from home: Sourdough
Recipes from home: Sourdough
By STARRIN RICUPERO • May 14, 2020
Chef Starrin Ricupero recommends some ideas to expand techniques and recipes with more time at home.
At the conclusion of the performance, members of the cast of “Julius Caesar” wave goodbye.
The show must go on: 'Julius Caesar' on Zoom
By MELANIE CHOW • May 7, 2020
Despite the difficulties of staging a theatre production online, the cast and crew of "Julius Caesar" pulled off an impressive performance requiring creativity, master coordination, and a bit of imagination on the audience's part.
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