Nosagie Asaolu ’18 stumbled into the room. Surprised, he glanced around at the panel of student judges arranged in half moon in front of him.[…]
Rocket ’14 decided it was time to take a pause from his nomadic lifestyle and return to his old stomping grounds in Middlebury.
The final round of the Parker Merrill Speech Competition will be Friday, April 29th at 7:30pm in Dana Auditorium.
On the eve of Commencement 1985, a student crept into the meadow where McCardell Bicentennial Hall stands today, took a blowtorch to a tall, boxy[…]
During Winter Term, the dining halls welcomed a new brew at the beverage station: coffee by local roaster Vermont Coffee Company. Based in Middlebury Vermont,[…]
For local Vermont farmers Marjorie Susman and Marian Pollack, cheesemaking has been a way of life since 1982.
On Dec. 21, 2015, Associate Chaplain Naila Blaloch at the College’s Scott Center for Spiritual and Religious Life was awarded the Vermont Women in Higher[…]
According to the 2015 Annual Security & Fire Safety Report due to release this week, nine rapes were reported last year, one incident of forced[…]
Bernie Sanders, well known for his “democratic socialist” platform and veteran affairs activism, has found another way to distinguish himself from the other presidential candidates. […]
Senator Karina Toy ’17 has been working since January to create legislature implementing LaundryView, a new technology that would allow students to check the status of the College’s laundry machines remotely.
Since its launch on April 9, 2014, beyond the green, a publication that seeks to provide an outlet for marginalized voices at the College, has rocketed to the forefront of campus consciousness.
The Campus sat down with faculty couples this week to find out if they know each other as well as they know their subject matter.
This February, Erika Sloan fulfilled her childhood dreams when she watched herself appear on national television, competing on Jeopardy!’s annual College Championships.