Philip Bohlman

Articles

Basketball Drops Heartbreaker to Williams

The Men’s Basketball team ended its season with a loss last Saturday night, March 11, to conference-rival Williams in the quarterfinals of the NCAA Tournament. The Panthers finish the season with a 27-4 record.

Victory Tastes Sweet for Men’s Basketball

On Friday and Saturday, March 3 and 4, the men’s basketball team defeated Farmingdale State and Lycoming to advance to the NCAA Sectional Semifinals —[…]

Men’s Basketball Back-to-Back Champs

The Middlebury Men’s Basketball team won its second NESCAC championship in as many years, getting revenge on a Williams team that had blown the Panthers out just weeks earlier.

Men’s Basketball Beats Bobcats, Advances to Semis

The second-seeded men’s basketball team — ranked tenth in the nation — defeated seventh-seeded Bates in the NESCAC Quarterfinal last Saturday, Feb. 18, behind a career performance by Matt St. Amour ’17.

Men’s Basketball Records Four More Conference Wins

Men’s Basketball strung together four consecutive conference victories last week to extend their seven game winning streak and solidify their elite status in the NESCAC[…]

Men’s Basketball Falls Flat Against Ephs

After blowing out Green Mountain College on Tuesday, Jan. 17, the men’s basketball team fell to Williams College on Sunday, Jan. 22, bringing their record[…]

Men’s Bball Rises in National Rankings

The 15th ranked men’s basketball team opened their conference schedule with wins against Wesleyan College, Connecticut College and Bates College and a loss against the[…]

Men’s Hoops Runs past RPI, Johnson St.

The men’s basketball team won twice at home last week against Rensselaer and Johnson State, improving their record to 5-1. Early in the season, Middlebury[…]

Men’s Basketball ranked in preaseason coaches poll

The men’s basketball team opened their season by winning three straight before falling to Endicott last Sunday, Nov. 27. The Panthers began the year ranked[…]

Co-Chair Wants Legitimacy for Community Council

This week The Middlebury Campus sat down with David Ollin Pesqueira ’17, the new Student Co-Chair of the Community Council (CC). Middlebury Campus (MC): What[…]

College Community Mourns Passing of Murphy Roberts ’17

In the weeks since the death of Murphy Roberts ’17, students have been celebrating Murphy’s life across the country and online. On Sunday, Aug. 14, Murphy passed away in a Utah hospital.

African Students Hosts AMKA Conference

UMOJA, the African Student Organization, will be hosting the 2016 AMKA Conference on Saturday, April 23. The annual conference will be the fourth hosted by[…]

Jing He ’17 Selected As Goldwater Scholar

Jing He ’17, a physics major with an interest in the environment, was recently selected to be a Goldwater Scholar by The Barry Goldwater Scholarship[…]

Faculty Votes on AAL, Pass/D/Fail

At the Jan. 15 Plenary Meeting the faculty passed resolutions that reinstated the Pass/D/Fail option, set to expire this year, and changed the cultures and[…]

Students Discuss Appropriation, Race

On Monday, Nov. 30, Miguel A. Fernández and Roberto Lint Sagarena hosted a town hall discussion in Dana Auditorium. The discussion was focused on cultural appropriation, the need for a respectful and mindful community and the need for students to be educated about race, culture and history.

Faculty Talks Requirements and Pass/D/Fail Option

On Friday, the faculty convened for their monthly plenary session to discuss the Cultures and Civilizations Distribution Requirement, the expiration of the Pass/D/Fail option in[…]

Applied Liberal Arts Courses Bring Industry Professionals to Classroom

Building off of the past two decades of the Executive-in-Residence Program, this fall marked the introduction of the Professors of the Practice Program, created by[…]

Legacy Scholarship Offered by MIIS

The Middlebury Institute for International Studies at Monterey (MIIS) will offer a $10,000 Legacy Scholarship to Middlebury College alumni and their family members. Family members[…]

Community Council Votes Down Use of Security Cameras

Community Council voted on Monday against a proposal to install security cameras in the hallways where bags are left outside of dining halls, with the[…]

Tobacco Ban Discussed

A discussion on the lack of enforcement of current smoking rules and the possibility of a future tobacco ban is catching the attention of the[…]

Survey Examines Student Life

During Winter Term, the SGA conducted its biennial student life survey, with 1,438 students completing the survey of eight sections, from Academic Life to Dining.[…]

Trustees Approve New Identity System

On Jan. 7, 2015, the College will roll out its new identity system. In late September the Board of Trustees approved the proposal put together[…]

College Socioeconomic Diversity Disappoints

On Sept. 8, The Upshot, a New York Times blog, published a ranking entitled “The Most Economically Diverse Top Colleges,” where Middlebury College placed 51st.[…]

Watt-a-Thon to Celebrate Earth Week

Teams of up to ten people can compete in a relay event to generate the most watts on a stationary bike in the Spring 2014[…]

Gensler to Explore Queer Studies

The sixth annual Gensler Symposium will take place from April 14 through April 18 and will include a student-led discussion, a poetry workshop, and lectures[…]

Orchestra Numbers Plummet

The Middlebury College Orchestra will not perform this semester due to an extreme decline in membership. This announcement is the latest development in a trend[…]

Sophomore Seeks State Office

This fall, McEathron will be making his dream a reality as he appears on the ballot as a candidate for one of two representatives of the town of Middlebury in the Vermont House of Representatives.