Nick Garber

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College Admin Revokes MiddView Funding Request

On Feb. 19 at the Student Government Association (SGA) meeting, President Karina Toy ’17 revealed that President of Middlebury Laurie L. Patton had previously informed[…]

New IP Policy and Committee Unveiled

College Provost Susan Baldridge announced in an all-College email on Jan. 23 that in September, the Board of Trustees had unanimously approved an Intellectual Property[…]

Prof. Returns from Iran, Discusses Experience

On Jan. 29, a federal court in Boston issued a temporary stay on President Donald J. Trump’s executive order barring travel to the United States[…]

IPE Annual Symposium to Focus on Drug Trade and its Challenges

The Middlebury College department of International Politics and Economics (IPE) will host its fifth annual symposium, “The Global Illicit Drug Trade: Confronting Challenges and Exploring[…]

ACLU Covers Justice in Modern USA

On Monday, Oct. 16, members of the Middlebury College community gathered in Wilson Hall for an event entitled, “From Middlebury to the ACLU: Two Alums[…]

Six Faculty Gain Tenure

On May 26, the College announced that six faculty members had been granted tenure, marking their promotions from assistant to associate professor. The newly-tenured faculty[…]

Community Council Update

On Tuesday March 22, Community Council began its meeting with a presentation by Tim Spears, vice president for academic development and professor of American studies.[…]

Symposium for AIM Focuses on Activists and Allies

On Friday, May 6 and Saturday, May 7 the Alliance for an Inclusive Middlebury (AIM) held its inaugural symposium, entitled “Activists, Allies and Accomplices: Responses[…]

Hiroshima Survior, Truman Grandson Talk Reconciliation

Hundreds gathered in Mead Memorial Chapel on Monday, May 2 to attend “Responsibility, Reconciliation and the Dropping of the Atomic Bombs.” The event’s primary participants[…]

Students Present Work, Research at Symposium

The College hosted the tenth annual Spring Student Symposium in McCardell Bicentennial Hall on Friday, April 15. The event, which ran throughout the day, featured[…]

Community Council Update

On Tuesday, April 19, the Community Council began with a brief update regarding the election of David Pesqueira ’17 as the Council’s next Student Co-Chair.[…]

Community Council Update

Community Council met on Tuesday, March 8, and began with a brief presentation by Associate Dean for Judicial Affairs and Student Life Karen Guttentag, and[…]

PossePlus Retreat Focuses on Speech and Inclusivity

Middlebury Posse scholars attended the PossePlus Retreat this past weekend, March 4-6, in Silver Bay, New York. Held every year, the retreat aims to address[…]

VT Senate Passes Bill Legalizing Recreational Marijuana

On Thursday, Feb. 26, the Vermont Senate voted 17-12 to approve a bill legal- izing the recreational use of marijuana in Vermont. The bill, S.241,[…]

Community Council Update

On Tuesday, Feb. 16, Community Council welcomed Cheryl Mullins, Acting Associate Vice President for Human Resources. As the Council prepares in the coming weeks to[…]

Senator Leahy Pledges Superdelegate Vote to Clinton

Senator Patrick Leahy reiterated last week that he will continue to support Clinton’s candidacy, and plans to cast his superdelegate vote in her favor.

Community Council Update

On Tuesday, Jan. 26, members of the newly-formed Bias Response Team visited Community Council to present their group’s mission and invite feedback. “The three core[…]

New VP for Advancement

The College announced on Jan. 14 that Colleen Fitzpatrick, a current administrator at Duke University, will succeed Jim Keyes  as Middlebury’s next Vice President for[…]

Community Council Update

On Monday, Jan. 12, Community Council held its first meeting of the 2016 Winter Term. The Council welcomed Maddie Orcutt ’16, who discussed The Ribbon[…]

Community Council Update

On Monday, Dec. 7, Community Council held its final meeting of the fall semester. Student Co-Chair Tiff Chang ’17.5 began by noting that the Student[…]

Community Council Update

On Nov. 9, Community Council reviewed its large list of potential solutions to student stress, discussing whether additional topics should be added. Several students agreed[…]

Community Council Update

On Oct. 26, Community Council welcomed Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of the Faculty Andi Lloyd and Chief Diversity Officer Miguel Fernández, who,[…]

Community Council Update

On Oct. 12, Community Council began to brainstorm specific issues to address during the academic year. When all was said and done, the Council generated[…]

Community Council Update

Community Council held its first meeting of the academic year on Monday, Oct. 5, in McCullough’s Crest Room. The council’s responsibilities include oversight of residential[…]