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Campus returns to modified Phase One as Vermont Covid-19 cases surge
By Charlie Keohane November 19, 2020
The college adjusted Covid-19 protocol at the end of last week, confining students to campus quarantine on the evening of Nov. 13 and implementing a number of restrictions on social gatherings in line with new Vermont guidelines.
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.

Mara Strich ’22, currently holding the Miss Otter Creek title, will compete in the Miss Vermont competition next May.
Mara Strich ’22 competes for Miss Vermont as Miss Otter Creek
By Sophia McDermott-Hughes November 19, 2020
Cooped up with her family in upstate New York and facing an interminable period of quarantine boredom, Mara Strich ’22 searched for a project she could focus her restless energy on. She decided to apply to the Miss Vermont competition in early September and was accepted a week later.
From farewells this fall to faring well this spring
From farewells this fall to faring well this spring
By Editorial Board November 19, 2020
While we may have survived this semester, the sustainability of this new normal has yet to be seen.
MASK OFF, MIDD: Asking for what you want
MASK OFF, MIDD: Asking for what you want
By Maria Kaouris November 19, 2020
If you can’t ask for what you want, you’ll never get it.
Racial justice starts with a conversation
Racial justice starts with a conversation
By The JustTalks Team • November 12, 2020
RIDDIM World Dance Troupe performed two shows from a tent behind Mahaney Arts Center as audiences watched in person, online and from a projection on McCullough Lawn.
RIDDIM World Dance Troupe Zooms in on Hip-hop, Kathak, and more
By Rain Ji November 19, 2020
Audiences joined the RIDDIM dance crew for their fall end-of-semester show “RIDDIM World Dance Troupe Zooms In” on Saturday, Nov. 14.
Direct Your Attention: Dave Chappelle isn’t joking anymore
By Owen Mason-Hill November 19, 2020

It is difficult to overstate the magnitude of comedian Dave Chappelle’s imprint on our zeitgeist. Even calling him a comedian feels like the wrong title; perhaps activist...

Dave Chappelle’s recent special “8:46” built directly upon the surge of Black Lives Matter movements across the country this summer.  COURTESY PHOTO
Reel Critic: “Objector”
By Nina Ng November 19, 2020
“Objector” provides a new view of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, following 18-year-old Atalya Ben-Abba.
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