In solidarity with over 600 Women’s Marches held around the world, the “sister” march in Vermont’s capitol gave students a local alternative to the main event in Washington D.C.
A 2016 report by the Center for American Progress suggests that a college degree is no “great equalizer” for Middlebury graduates, at least when it comes to paycheck size between men and women. Data from the College’s Center for Careers and Innovation (CCI) suggest it is finance – on a national level and at Middlebury, male students are more likely to pursue and stick with lucrative banking jobs – that’s primarily responsible for this wage gap.
This year marks the College’s deadline for carbon neutrality, a goal it set back in 2007. Last year, the College also celebrated the 50th anniversary[…]
Students often share anecdotes of faulty x-rays and misdiagnoses, painting Porter Medical Center as a struggling hospital unable to attract quality doctors due to its[…]
Vermont’s reputation for progressive and liberal politics may be undeserved, at least when it comes to labor-gender equality. A recent report by “Change the Story,”[…]
“We are facing a water contamination crisis across our country. North Bennington is the latest in a long line of communities who can no longer trust the most basic necessity of life,” said Erin Brokovich.
At first, it appeared to be an “udder” disaster.
Last Friday, Feb. 26, an Agri-Mark owned tanker separated from the truck and overturned at the roundabout in downtown Middlebury, spilling roughly 40,000 pounds or 4,600 gallons of milk into the street. No one was injured, though most of the milk ran into Otter Creek.
In order to raise awareness and collect donations for Addison County’s homeless, the John Graham Shelter in Vergennes is hosting its second annual sleep-out on Saturday, Dec. 5 at the foot of Otter Creek Falls near Marbleworks.
Over 250 students and faculty crammed into Dana Auditorium on Tuesday, Nov. 17 for a panel discussion on the Paris attacks.
The night before Halloween, Hannah Marks ’15.5, Ali Salem ’16, Danilo Herrera ’18, Sofy Maia ’16, Eric Benoit ’16 and Sasha Schell ’15.5 pulled up[…]
Over the summer, a prospective student visiting the Middlebury College Organic Farm asked Jay Leshinsky, “So, does this place run itself?”
Originally an online platform for story submissions (read them at go/resilience), Project Resilience culminated with a two-hour storytelling event that took place in McCullough on January 20.
Ever wondered about the mysterious “steam” coming out of the in-ground grate near the Mahaney Center for the Arts? (Hint: it has to do with[…]
As this semester’s add and drop period winds down, chances are high you’ve filled out at least one add card. So, what happens to all[…]
The next time you walk by a tree, and a dead branch does not come crashing down, knocking you off your feet, you can thank the College’s Facilities Services Maintenance and Operations.
Go/middbites, a sweet (and savory!) website combines the convenience of go/menu with the creative content of student-created recipes.
TEDxMiddlebury screened three TED talks and hosted 10 speakers, including a current student, Alec MacMillen ’14, in the CFA this Saturday at 10 a.m. The speakers came from a wide range of expertise and backgrounds, but all focused on this year’s theme of “Research, Rethink, Rebuild.”