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Advice Column, Volume I

Eliza Wallace

April 30, 2014

Filed under Opinions

Guess what? Advice columns are stupid, but Holy Guac, people of my ilk can’t seem to get enough of them.  There are some decent ones of course — Dear Sugar, written by Cheryl Strayed had its prime in The Rumpus a couple years ...

How to be a Flake

Eliza Wallace

March 5, 2014

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I’m sorry, I totally spaced out can you say that again?  Something about your dying pet?  Someone is having a birthday party?  I wasn’t listening.  What do you think the back of my head looks like to that boy by the soda...

Superstitious Kidiots

Eliza Wallace

February 19, 2014

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Hey kidiots!  Does that start us out on the wrong foot?  These days I’ve been feeling like my social filter is made out of Swiss Cheese, holes punched through with the heavy artillery of being “totally over it.”  I am...

Babies Making Babies

Babies Making Babies

January 22, 2014

Alpenglow Performs Alongside Installation

Eliza Wallace

November 20, 2013

Filed under Arts & Sciences

I’ve been following Alpenglow since I saw their first concert in January 2011 – before they even had their name – in the artfully decorated M Gallery of the Old Stone Mill. It is not an Alpenglow show without some white...

WRMC Answers Demands for Concerts

Eliza Wallace

November 13, 2013

Filed under Arts & Sciences

If I could write a devotional power ballad to the WRMC Concert Committee, I would. Aaron Slater ’16 and Arnav Adhikari ’16 are a dynamic, if skinny-legged little duo, and they are not messing around on the concert agenda this...

Mad Libbed

Eliza Wallace

February 20, 2013

Filed under Opinions

Was my last article a little too Eat Pray Love-y?  I feel like my last article was a little too Eat Pray Love-y. I hope you can bear with me if any more sentimental-study-abroad-blog, gag-if-I-see-one-more-Instagram-of-your-cultural-experience...

The Best-Laid Plans

Eliza Wallace

January 23, 2013

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Some things I did over winter break: yoga, Catholic mass with my grandmother, an ex-dudefriend. My New Year’s resolution for last year was “be not afraid.”  For me, “be not afraid,” meant to shake off my tendency to...

The Lost Vocation?

Eliza Wallace

December 5, 2012

Filed under Opinions

Religious vocations used to be a big deal at this school. At the beginning of the 1800s, the majority of Middlebury graduates became ministers, who were required to read the Greeks and probably had to wash their own dinner dishes....

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