Christian Jambora


Developing The Campus Dialogue

Each week, the Editorial Board of The Middlebury Campus publishes an editorial, a statement meant to reflect the “official position” of our student publication. As[…]

Charles Murray Protests Gain National Traction

National news and media outlets have been spotlighting the on-campus protests against Charles Murray, a libertarian columnist and sociologist who, due to student demonstrations, was[…]

JusTalks to be Mandatory for First-Years

President of the College Laurie L. Patton announced the expansion of JusTalks, a student initiative dedicated to building an empathetic and self-reflective community. Beginning in[…]

Racist Posts Target Student on Yik Yak

Racist comments appeared on Yik Yak last week, an anonymous social media app, that criticized statements made by Student Government Association (SGA) First-Year Senator Charles[…]

Gratch Speaks On Year So Far

The Middlebury Campus met with Ilana Gratch ’16 to discuss the first half of her term as president of the Student Government Association (SGA). In[…]

Off-Campus Approvals Dwindle

The annual off-campus housing lottery was conducted on Tuesday, Feb. 16 in Crossroads Café as a part of the 2016-17 Housing Process. The lottery brought[…]

John Doe Drops Lawsuit Against College

Legal action in the John Doe v. Middlebury College case formally ended on Dec. 21. Doe, the student expelled over a charge of alleged sexual[…]

Pat Peters Mourned

On Oct. 24, Patricia “Pat” Rene Peters passed away at her home in Middlebury. Peters had worked as a cook with the College Dining Services[…]

Doe Injunction Appealed

On Sept. 23, the College filed to appeal U.S. District Court Judge J. Garvan Murtha’s order to temporarily re-enroll John Doe, the student anonymously suing[…]

Midd Rises in Ranking of Liberal Arts College

The College rose in the U.S. News & World Report’s annual rankings for national liberal arts colleges posted on Sept. 8. The College — which[…]

Gratch Elected SGA President

Following a voting period that saw the highest level of voter participation in recent years, Ilana Gratch ’16.5 was elected President of the Student Government[…]

Kelly Boe Mourned

On Tuesday, April 14, Kelly Boe, manager of the central biomass heating plant, died in a bicycling accident that took place along Hamilton Road in[…]

College Mourns Nathan Alexander ’17

A candlelight vigil was held in Nathan’s honor on Apr. 6 in Mead Chapel. From Apr. 7 to Apr. 9, community members were invited to the Fireplace Lounge in Ross Commons Dining for conversation and reflection.

Student Struck by Car Raises Safety Concern

Last Friday, Feb. 13, a student was struck by a car while crossing College Street at night. The incident, which took place near Adirondack Circle[…]

Remembering Professor Robert Prasch

On Tuesday, Jan. 27, Professor of Economics E. Robert Prasch III passed away in his sleep. Prasch joined the College’s Economics Department in 2000. He[…]

President of Monterey Institute Resigns

Effective Feb. 1, 2015, Dr. Sunder Ramaswamy will step down from his position as the 13th president of the Monterey Institute of International Studies (MIIS), a graduate school of Middlebury College.

College Discusses Campus Microgrid

Students, staff and community members gathered in the Robert A. Jones conference room on Nov. 12 to discuss the feasibility of creating a “microgrid” on[…]

TEDx Student Speaker Chosen

On Tuesday, Sept. 30th, thirteen students gathered in Crossroads Cafe to compete in the TEDxMiddlebury Student Speaker Competition. Rachel Liddell ’15 was the winner of the competition.

Midd Falls in U.S. News Rank

The U.S. News & World Report released its college rankings for the 2014-2015 year on Sept. 9, and with them came a drop in Middlebury College’s standing. Previously fourth among all liberal arts colleges in the country, the College’s ranking has moved to seventh.

Liebowitz Announces New Identity System

On Sept. 4, President of the College Ronald D. Liebowitz announced a proposal for a new Middlebury identity system.  The proposal was detailed in an[…]

SGA Announces Course Evaluation Site

The Student Government Association (SGA) will launch MiddCourses, a new site for students and professors to view course evaluations. The site will be open to[…]

Hillel Hosts Music Collective

Heartbeat — a collective of young Israeli and Palestinian musicians — performed in the McCullough Social Space on Feb. 27 as a part of their[…]

ISO Announces First Symposium

The International Students’ Organization (ISO) will be hosting Middlebury’s first ever Food and Globalization Week. Running Mar. 4-11, the event — dubbed “F&G Week” for[…]