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Direct Your Attention: At the October Apple Event, come for the tech, stay for the cinematic spectacle

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By Owen Mason-Hill

October 22, 2020

Every few months, when Apple hosts one of their world-renowned events, I find myself eagerly counting down the seconds until the start. 

‘Clover Magazine’ creates space for the fashionable intellectual

‘Clover Magazine’ creates space for the fashionable intellectual

By Charlie Deichman Caswell

October 22, 2020

Clover Magazine, Middlebury’s only student-run fashion publication, aims to serve as an outlet for the stylish mind within academia.

New magazine ‘To Whom it May Concern’ spotlights student curiosity

A meeting of the editors, (from l. to r.) Grace Hering ’21.5, George Werner ’21 and Ben Beese ’21.5 COURTESY PHOTO

October 22, 2020

This semester, a new magazine is making its way to the Middlebury Campus.

Cocoon continues the tradition of storytelling amid the pandemic

All four storytellers at the Robinson Hall, from right to left: Regina Fontanelli '22, Tim Parsons, Megan Brakely '06 and Emily Ballou '21. VAN BARTH/THE MIDDLEBURY CAMPUS.

By Acadia Klepeis

October 15, 2020

Masks were on, but the audience reacted enthusiastically to the highs and lows of each story at the eighth annual Cocoon storytelling evening.

“Together Apart” celebrates first year talents in a 24-hour play festival

The festival ran 24 hours from Oct. 9 to Oct. 10 and culminated in a livestream of the plays. COURTESY PHOTO.

By Nina Ng

October 15, 2020

The 25th annual First Year Show was aptly titled “Together Apart.” 

“The Agitators”: A play reading of rebellion and revolution

“The Agitators” is a play that explores the relationship between Susan B. Anthony and Fredrick Douglass. COURTESY PHOTO.

By RAIN JI

October 15, 2020

“The Agitators” explores the relationship between two rabble-rousers whose tales of rebellion and revolution remain culturally significant today.

Direct Your Attention: Music’s biggest stage is actually quite small

“Musicians would come to your home for a private performance, or they’d show up at your office and play at your desk, easing you through the workday.” PIA CONTRERAS BALBUENA

By Owen Mason-Hill

October 15, 2020

There’s a moment in each NPR Tiny Desk Concert when the hairs on the back of my neck stand up in applause because something truly remarkable has just happened.

Did you spend your quarantine getting into TikTok? You’re not alone.

Did you spend your quarantine getting into TikTok? You’re not alone.

By Emma Auer

October 8, 2020

TikTok has captured the zeitgeist of Gen Z.

Reel Critic: ‘John Lewis: Good Trouble’

Reel Critic: ‘John Lewis: Good Trouble’

By Nina Ng

October 8, 2020

In one image from the historic 1965 Civil Rights march, the activist John Lewis kneels, pushed to the ground with his hand cradling the back of his head.

“I’m Thinking of Ending Things”: Condescensions, pretensions and cutesiness in one

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By John Vaaler

October 8, 2020

Writer-director Charlie Kauffman’s “I’m Thinking of Ending Things” is about many things, some of which are best left a mystery.

Inaugural concert of fall 2020 features Grammy-nominated quintet

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By EDYTH MOLDOW

October 1, 2020

The Performing Arts Series is providing the gift of music in a time of uncertainty and pandemic-era stress. 

Sundance Film Festival Shorts Tour is nothing short of captivating

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By Nina Ng

October 1, 2020

The annual Sundance Film Festival has long established itself as a place to discover up-and-coming filmmakers.

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