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Each tour will only be offered to one family at a time, with a maximum of six tours offered per day.
Limited campus tours resume for admitted students
By Ideal Dowling May 6, 2021
Middlebury began offering campus tours for admitted students and their families beginning on April 27. Previously, no visitors — including prospective students — were permitted to enter college buildings and grounds. 
Alejandra prepares all food by hand out of a make-shift kitchen in her garage.
Behind Sunday Tacos, Alejandra savors home from Mexico to Middlebury
By Sophia McDermott-Hughes May 6, 2021

Stuck on campus for the entire semester, many students long for home-cooked meals and the warm smile of someone preparing food just for them. Alejandra’s Tacos supplies...

Koby Altman ’04, general manager of the Cleveland Cavaliers is interviewed over Zoom by Campus reporter Josh Rosenstein.
Q&A with Koby Altman ’04, general manager of the Cleveland Cavaliers
By Josh Rosenstein May 6, 2021
Now in his fifth year as general manager of the Cleveland Cavaliers (NBA), Koby Altman ’04 Zoomed with Campus reporter Josh Rosenstein to discuss basketball, the pandemic, societal issues and Middlebury.
Left to right: Anna Glovin ’21.5, Carolyn Days ’24 and Lizzie Jack ’24.5
Women’s soccer walks on TAM for eating disorder awareness
By Michael Segel May 6, 2021
The Middlebury women’s soccer team participated in a virtual walk and fundraiser for the National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA) last Sunday, raising $1,500 for the organization.
Staff are not responsible for your to-go containers
Staff are not responsible for your to-go containers
By Editorial Board May 6, 2021
"By failing to take the time to do simple tasks like properly returning to-go containers, we are acting as though we see staff members as nameless faces that are simply here to serve us," writes the editorial board.
I was praised for my “civility” after I disagreed with Dr. Peter Kreeft. Reality is more complicated.
By Cameron Culwell April 29, 2021

“I believe in God, and the right to self-determination of transgender people. Do you see a contradiction in my beliefs? Can I still be a Christian?” This is the question...

Why shame never works
By Castin Stone April 29, 2021
Addison County
Addison County's Weather Watcher, a Middlebury student with a Bright Future in Weather Forecasting
By Charlie Keohane May 6, 2021

Michael Wasserstein ’21 is Middlebury College’s unofficial resident weatherman. Wasserstein, a physics major hailing from Middlebury, Conn., runs @addisoncountyweatherwatchers,...

Art at a Distance: The struggle for connection through virtual programming
Art at a Distance: The struggle for connection through virtual programming
By Haeun Park May 6, 2021

For students studying remotely or taking a leave of absence, it has been challenging to find ways to engage with the arts scene at Middlebury. In addition to being away...

Midd MAY-hem Drag Show celebrates queerness at Middlebury
Midd MAY-hem Drag Show celebrates queerness at Middlebury
By Regina Fontanelli May 6, 2021

To kick off Midd MAY-hem, a long weekend of festivities and celebrations, Middlebury Queers and Allies hosted a drag show. While it was originally planned to be on Battell...

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