Emma Eastwood-Paticchio

Arts & Sciences Editor


Student Production Tackles ‘Getting Out’

Getting Out, directed by Rebecca Coates-Finke ’16.5, ran Nov. 6-8 and marked the first student theatre production of the semester.

Alumni Shine Spotlight on Creative Collaboration

The MiddSummer Play Lab (MSPL), a week-long summer intensive program that fosters relationships between Middlebury College students and alumni in the theatre and film industries,[…]

Set Design Balances Aesthetics and Environment

If you walk onto the stage in Wright Theater between now and late November, you will see black and gray floor panels attached in a[…]

Theater Group Brings Paid Work to Midd.

A new theater opportunity for actors and theatergoers alike is coming to Middlebury this season through The Company at Town Hall Theater, a new acting[…]

Project Unbreakable Gives Hope

As part of Sexual Assault Awareness Month, It Happens Here (IHH) brought Grace Brown, 20-year-old creator of Project Unbreakable, to Dana Auditorium on Monday, April[…]

Alumnus Walks Across America

  On Wednesday, April 3, Andrew Forsthoefel ’11 and his co-producer Jay Allison held a listening event in Woods Hole, Mass. for the release of[…]

New Policy Admits First-Year Pledges

After the Community Council approved two proposals introduced by the Inter-House Council in December, social houses will change their admittance policies. Starting in the fall[…]

IHH Map Displays On-Campus Assaults

On Sunday, Feb. 10, It Happens Here (IHH), a sexual assault awareness student organization, revealed the results of their Map Project, showing the student-submitted locations[…]

MIL Promotes Online Learning

On Monday, Jan. 14, Middlebury Interactive Languages (MIL) and the College introduced a new initiative that will give up to 30 schools across Vermont discounted[…]

Local Food Served in the Gamut Room

LOCALmotive, a new shift in the Gamut Room on Monday nights from 7 – 9 p.m., aims to bring local food to campus in an[…]

Candlelight Dinners Push For Sustainability

Candlelit dinners, which the College’s Campus Sustainability Coordinators (CSCs) began last year, are continuing to be held in Proctor or Ross every Wednesday night this[…]

Students Participate in Green Challenge

Project Green Challenge, a month-long competition run by the environmental group Teens Turning Green, is beginning its second year, and for the first time the[…]

Farm Stand Sells Locally Grown Food

MiddFarmstand, an online farmer’s market offering produce from local farms, opened for faculty and staff this past summer. The coordinators are now looking into expanding[…]