Election Poll Shows a Liberal Student Body, and a Partisan Divide

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Hillary Clinton leads Donald Trump by a margin of 83 percent to 8 percent among Middlebury College students who are registered to vote, according to a poll conducted by The Middlebury Campus from Sept. 27 to 30. A total of 691 students participated in the poll, of whom 582 said they were registered to vote.

Talk Likens WWII Era to 2016 Election


The College’s Department of History hosted the forty-second annual Grant Memorial Lecture in Mead Chapel on Oct. 7. Established in 1966, the lectureship honors the[…]

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Christian Group Dismissed Gay Student Leaders in 2015

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Two student leaders of InterVarsity Christian Fellowship, a national evangelical Christian organization that has a chapter at Middlebury College, were asked to resign their leadership[…]

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Endowment Nets Negative Returns


The College’s endowment generated a negative return for the fiscal year that ended on June 30. The negative 4.5 percent return marked the third time[…]

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Community Council Update


The Oct. 4 meeting of the Community Council began with introductions from this year’s Council members. The committee consists of students, faculty and staff from[…]

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‘J Street U’ Chapter Returns to Campus


J Street U held their first event last Thursday after being inactive on campus for several years. The event served to educate students about the[…]

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Lecture Discusses Economics of Philanthropy


This past Thursday, Oct. 6, guest speaker Dr. Cecilia A. Conrad spoke at the Rohatyn Center for Global Affairs as part of the D.K. Smith[…]

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ACLU Covers Justice in Modern USA


On Monday, Oct. 16, members of the Middlebury College community gathered in Wilson Hall for an event entitled, “From Middlebury to the ACLU: Two Alums[…]

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