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Addison County's Weather Watcher, a Middlebury student with a Bright Future in Weather Forecasting

Addison County’s Weather Watcher, a Middlebury student with a Bright Future in Weather Forecasting

By Charlie Keohane May 6, 2021

Michael Wasserstein ’21 is Middlebury College’s unofficial resident weatherman. Wasserstein, a physics major hailing from Middlebury, Conn., runs @addisoncountyweatherwatchers, a popular Instagram...

Art at a Distance: The struggle for connection through virtual programming

Art at a Distance: The struggle for connection through virtual programming

By Haeun Park May 6, 2021

For students studying remotely or taking a leave of absence, it has been challenging to find ways to engage with the arts scene at Middlebury. In addition to being away from campus, students are laden...

Midd MAY-hem Drag Show celebrates queerness at Middlebury

Midd MAY-hem Drag Show celebrates queerness at Middlebury

By Regina Fontanelli May 6, 2021

To kick off Midd MAY-hem, a long weekend of festivities and celebrations, Middlebury Queers and Allies hosted a drag show. While it was originally planned to be on Battell Beach, the rain forced the...

Proc ’n’ Roll: Music jazzes up mealtimes at Proctor Dining Hall

Proc ’n’ Roll: Music jazzes up mealtimes at Proctor Dining Hall

By Olivia Mueller May 6, 2021

Getting in line at Proctor Dining Hall promises something new every day: not only on the menu but also on the speakers. A Proctor morning might start with some gentle Taylor Swift, transition to throwback...

Reel Critic: “Promising Young Woman”

Reel Critic: “Promising Young Woman”

By Charlie Keohane May 6, 2021

Thirty-year-old Cassie was a “promising young woman” until the inadequate response to her best friend’s rape caused her to drop out of medical school. Now, she lives a double life. By day she works...

TEDxMiddlebury brings its audience “back to baseline”

TEDxMiddlebury brings its audience “back to baseline”

By Nina Ng May 6, 2021

Inspired by the theme “Back to Baseline,” TEDxMiddlebury hosted a conference featuring six speakers from the campus community on Thursday, April 29.  Each speaker came with their own interpretation...

Giants Have Us In Their Books: Spring’s first faculty theater performance brings stories of change and growth

Giants Have Us In Their Books: Spring’s first faculty theater performance brings stories of change and growth

By Edyth Moldow April 29, 2021

Think back to when you were younger, to a time when your creativity and imagination transported you into alternate worlds and transformed you into different versions of yourself. The childlike sense...

Radio Roundup: A Springtime Pastel Playlist

Radio Roundup: A Springtime Pastel Playlist

By WRMC Staff April 29, 2021

Have your Spotify playlists become stale? Is your weekly mix just not cutting it? Maybe it’s time to branch out and listen to something new. The Executive Board of WRMC, Middlebury College’s radio...

Emma Cline’s “Daddy”: Taking control of controlling men

Emma Cline’s “Daddy”: Taking control of controlling men

By Summer Hornbostel April 15, 2021

Author Emma Cline graduated from Middlebury in 2010 and received her MFA from Columbia University in 2013. Three years later, Penguin Random House published her first book, “The Girls,” with a...

A beginner’s guide to Apple TV+ originals

A beginner’s guide to Apple TV+ originals

By Charlie Keohane April 15, 2021

Netflix and Amazon may reign over original streaming programming, but there is a new kid on the block: Apple TV+. The new platform offers a variety of original programming, from feel-good comedies...

Radio Roundup: Getting back into the groove

Radio Roundup: Getting back into the groove

By WRMC Staff April 15, 2021

Have your Spotify playlists become stale? Is your weekly mix just not cutting it? Maybe it’s time to branch out and listen to something new. The Executive Board of WRMC, Middlebury College’s radio...

A pair of presidential podcasts

A pair of presidential podcasts

By Maggie Reynolds and John Vaaler April 15, 2021

Much like everyone else in 2020, former Presidents Bill Clinton and Barack Obama added “podcaster” to their already-lengthy resumes. Take a look at what two students have to say about these new presidential...

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