Panel Discusses Sex, Labor Trafficking Locally and Globally

Panel Discusses Sex, Labor Trafficking Locally and Globally

By MONIQUE SANTOSO

April 18, 2019

As a campus, we should be addressing human trafficking more fervently.

Reel Critic: ‘Ash is Purest White’

By QIAN LI

April 18, 2019

A few weeks ago, I watched a film with a friend at Film Society of Lincoln Center in New York. As we walked out of the cinema, I realized my eyes were dry from tearing up so much in the dark. My friend laughed at me quite heartlessly, though later she admitted shedding tears during the screening as well.  ...

Midd Gone Wild: New Student Environmental Club Takes to the Outdoors

Midd Gone Wild: New Student Environmental Club Takes to the Outdoors

By MEREDITH ROBERTSON

April 18, 2019

For students who may be interested in engaging intimately with the environment, the Wild Middlebury Project is a great place to start.

A Piano Mastermind’s College ‘Finale’

A Piano Mastermind’s College ‘Finale’

By JOHN VAALER

April 18, 2019

Iwata’s senior piano recital, “The Finale,” exuded a Romantic whirlwind of grand scales, mountainous runs and daring chords.

Photos: Spring Student Symposium

April 18, 2019

Over 275 students presented at the annual Spring Symposium on April 12, a day filled with intellectual inquiries and inspiration.

Student-Directed ‘Constellations’ Explores a Relationship Through Parallel Universes

Student-Directed ‘Constellations’ Explores a Relationship Through Parallel Universes

By BENJAMIN BEESE

April 11, 2019

“Constellations” is based on a popular multiverse theory in which every possible world inspired by each variable actually exists, creating a series of parallel realities spanning every possible combination of choices ever possible.

‘Baltimore Waltz’ Tells Personal Story of Loss Through the Surreal

‘Baltimore Waltz’ Tells Personal Story of Loss Through the Surreal

By MONIQUE SANTOSO

April 11, 2019

“The Baltimore Waltz” was a loving tribute and political statement by Paula Vogel on the complications of AIDS.

Reel Critic: ‘Apollo 11’

By SOFIA MAKAROVA

April 11, 2019

Three men, one moon and a comical number of American flags.

The Librarian Is In

The Librarian Is In

By KATRINA SPENCER

April 11, 2019

"Marbles" refers to the common parlance phrase we use, “to lose one’s marbles.”

Beyond the Vagina (Monologues) Speaks to Contemporary, Diverse Feminism

Beyond the Vagina (Monologues) Speaks to Contemporary, Diverse Feminism

By MIYO MCGINN

March 21, 2019

Empowering female and non-binary identifying individuals and breaking the silence were the goals of the Beyond the Vagina Monologues.

Reel Critic: ‘Zama’

Reel Critic: ‘Zama’

By SOFIA MAKAROVA

March 21, 2019

“Zama” follows the story of a Spanish officer, Don Diego de Zama, as he attempts to obtain a transfer letter from the King.

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