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Middlebury Union High School is serving as one of the Covid-19 vaccination sites for students who scheduled appointments through the Department of Health.
Confusion spreads as students of color receive conflicting information on Covid-19 vaccinations
By Ideal Dowling April 1, 2021
With Covid-19 restrictions on travel and in-person gatherings, several student organizations have significantly altered their programming and seen changes to their active membership as a result.
Scott announced students’ ineligibility during a press conference today.
Out-of-state students ineligible to receive Vermont Covid-19 vaccines
By Abigail Chang and Lucy Townend March 30, 2021
Gov. Scott’s announcement contradicted information from the college, and comes after many students have already been fully or partially vaccinated in the state
State health officials have pursued different initiatives to combat the undervaccination of BIPOC residents from Covid-19, a national trend.
Why Vermont adopted its BIPOC vaccination strategy
By Charlotte Gehring and Jack Summersby April 8, 2021

State health officials have ramped up efforts to prioritize the vaccination of Black, Indigenous and people of color (BIPOC) communities, which are disproportionately...

Jordan Bessalel ’21 (left) and John Mikus ’21 (right) are co-captains for the men’s golf team.
Siefer’s Scoop Episode #16: Men’s golf captains Jordan Bessalel ’21 and John Mikus ’21
By Blaise Siefer April 8, 2021

For the second straight week, Blaise welcomes two varsity captains on the Siefer’s Scoop podcast. This time, it’s Jordan Bessalel ’21 and John Mikus ’21, co-captains of the men’s golf team....

Middlebury Union High School players have adapted to an assortment of restrictions this season, including a mask mandate.
Middlebury Union High School athletics adapt in Covid-defined year
By Piper Brady April 8, 2021

Competitive athletics might have just returned to Middlebury College, but Middlebury Union High School (MHS) has organized Covid-friendly competition since this fall. It’s been a successful operation...

Vaccination should not come through exploitation
Vaccination should not come through exploitation
By Editorial Board April 8, 2021

In the recent weeks, we’ve witnessed students scramble to sign up for Covid-19 vaccinations amid widespread confusion as to whether BIPOC students — and members of...

The virus doesn’t care where you’re from
The virus doesn’t care where you’re from
By Concerned Students of Middlebury April 8, 2021

To Our Middlebury Community, The last few months have marked a potential turning point in the Covid-19 pandemic. The release of multiple vaccines and continued progress...

Where to find students in their study habitats
Where to find students in their study habitats
By Edyth Moldow April 8, 2021

It’s midterm season again… but isn’t it always?  Nevertheless, it’s time to hunker down and do what we’re all here to do: study. Given the pandemic, the combination...

Lessons from a Life Lived: Playwright J.E. Franklin offers advice to a J-Term Class
Lessons from a Life Lived: Playwright J.E. Franklin offers advice to a J-Term Class
By Ryan Kirby April 8, 2021

The playwright J.E. Franklin is just as much a mentor as she is an acclaimed writer who brings the Black experience to the stage. Best known for her landmark play “Black...

WRMC Radio Roundup: a sonic study break
WRMC Radio Roundup: a sonic study break
By WRMC Staff April 8, 2021

Have your Spotify playlists become stale? Is your weekly mix just not cutting it? Maybe it’s time to branch out and listen to something new. The Executive Board of WRMC,...

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