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Stuck on Repeat

Stephanie Roush

October 30, 2013

Filed under Opinions

In light of the current debate surrounding Chance the Rapper’s performance at the College the idea of artistic freedom in conjunction with hip-hop has arisen in a big way. By telling Chance he cannot perform a certain song or...

What Does It Mean to be Green?

Stephanie Roush

October 23, 2013

Filed under Opinions

To accompany the annual Green Issue, online editor STEPHANIE ROUSH asked the Campus' staff, "what does it mean to be green?" Listen to their thoughts above....

Overseas Briefing

Stephanie Roush

April 17, 2013

Filed under News

As I sauntered through the seemingly endless aisles of the grocery store today, a Faith Hill song blared from the loudspeaker. In the United States, Faith Hill might seem like a strange choice, but in Brazil it goes unnoticed....

Beloved Spanish Professor Passes

Stephanie Roush

January 25, 2013

Filed under News

Last week the College and the surrounding community mourned the passing of esteemed Professor Emeritus Ana Martínez-Lage who died after battling cancer for many years. Although Martínez-Lage retired last fall to spend more time...

Housing Demystified

Housing Demystified

January 16, 2013

Experts in Residence

Stephanie Roush

December 8, 2012

Filed under Features

Middlebury College employs several in-residence professionals. Whether it’s a scholar-in-residence or an artist-in-residence, these people function as resources for the students and other faculty.  Writer-in-Residence Julia...

Film Prompts Discussion of Arab-Jewish Identity

Stephanie Roush

November 28, 2012

Filed under Features

On Monday, Nov. 26, at 4:30 PM over 25 students, faculty and Middlebury residents gathered to watch the 2002 documentary Forget Baghdad, a film directed and written by Samir. “I’m glad so many people are here,” said Danny Loehr ’13.5. "I came be...

WAGS Screens Guerilla Midwife

Stephanie Roush

November 7, 2012

Filed under Features

This past Sunday afternoon in Twilight Hall, the program in Women’s and Gender Studies, Chellis House and Women's Resource Center held a screening of Guerrilla Midwife, a film that follows Robin Lim and her incredible experienc...

The Perfect Storm

Stephanie Roush

October 31, 2012

Filed under Opinions

Humans have a natural attraction to disaster. Often traffic gets bad after a car accident not because the accident didn’t get moved to the side quickly enough, but because we can’t look away. We often stare at dead animals...

Let Them Eat Local

Stephanie Roush

September 26, 2012

Filed under Features

“As far as I know, Middlebury has always fed students here on campus,” said Director of Dining Services Matthew Biette. Proctor was opened in 1959 and served as the main dining hall for the ten years following its opening...

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