A Midsummer Night’s Dream Delights

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On May 5-9 in Wright Theater, Professor of Theatre Claudio Medeiros ’90 directed Shakespeare’s beloved comedy A Midsummer Night’s Dream, presenting a sparkling bookend to the College’s interdisciplinary winter and spring semester celebrations of the 400th anniversary of the playwright’s death.

Art Installation Addresses Sexual Assault

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“Not asking for it,” the first sign in the lineup read. “Still not asking for it,” the next two read. And finally: “Sexual assault leaves a mark.”

Journalist Discusses Future of Higher Education

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Selingo said it is time to rethink higher education in our changing economy. His newest book There is Life After College describes the skills gap that students face.

Women’s Lacrosse Knocks off Trinity to Win Title

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The second-seeded Middlebury women’s lacrosse team emerged victorious from a weekend of competition at the NESCAC Tournament hosted by Trinity on Saturday, May 7 and Sunday, May 8.

Alum Corrects Spinal Deformities in Ethiopia, Changes Lives

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When Dr. Rick Hodes ’75 went to Ethiopia in 1985 to volunteer, he never dreamed he would spend the next 30 years of his life practicing medicine abroad.

Op Ed: Melancholy

from Maddie Hoar ‘17.5: I spent the semester doing an independent study to look at the topic of student stress at Middlebury with Professor Pam Berenbaum.[...]
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An Open letter to the Middlebury College Social Scene

*the following opinion does not necessarily represent that of middbeat as a whole from Sophia Parker ’18: 1. How does our categorization of students by class[...]
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Arts Column: Some Thoughts on Terrence Malick’s ‘To The Wonder’

this is the second addition of Joy Zhu ’17‘s arts column: Sometime in late March, some of my friends and I, among whom had religious persuasions,[...]
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