The Middlebury Campus sat down with Laurie L. Patton to discuss her first few months at Middlebury as the College’s 17th president.
At the monthly plenary faculty meeting on Friday, Nov. 6, the faculty discussed proposed changes to the Cultures and Civilizations requirement and student participation in the Pass/D/Fail system, but when the conversation shifted to student stress, the faculty voted 45-33 to move into an executive session.
On Wednesday, Sept. 16, U.S. District Court Judge J. Garvan Murtha ordered the College to temporarily re-enroll a student who had been expelled for an alleged sexual assault charge that took place while the student was studying abroad through SIT.
On Jul. 24, 2015, a student was expelled from the College for an alleged sexual assault charge against a non-Middlebury student. The incident allegedly took[…]
On Tuesday Sept. 16, just days before the first football game of the season, an all-school e-mail was sent detailing a new tailgate policy and came as a shock to multiple constituencies within the College community.
This past April, Middlebury College entered into a one-year contract with TurboVote, online software that seeks to streamline the voter registration process.
Hillcrest 103 was packed beyond standing room when U Penn Law Professor Amy Wax gave a lecture, titled “Diverging Family Structure by Class and Race: Economic Hardship, Moral Deregulation or Something Else?”
Thirteen percent of students in the class of 2017 are the first in their family to go to college, according to data released by the College admissions office.
On Wednesday, Sept. 11. after a group of five protestors pulled out the 2,977 American flags comprising a memorial to commemorate each of the lives lost in the 2001 terrorist attacks, Sasha Schell ’16, Noah Bakker ’15, and Andrew Catomeris ’15 took it upon themselves to rebuild the memorial.
Prescott House, former home to the members of the Delta social house (ADP), is currently serving as home to Cook Commons first-year students.
On Monday, March 22, Community Council met to go over a few transportation recommendations that Leger Grindon, professor of film and media culture, outlined for[…]
On Tuesday, March 9, Community Council met with the Mill’s administration to discuss whether to continue to allow the social house to serve Purple Jesus,[…]
On Monday March 5, Community Council met to review a set of recommendations that will be proposed to Gus Jordan, executive director of health and[…]