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WRMC Radio Roundup: Sunny beats to drift through the summer

WRMC Radio Roundup: Sunny beats to drift through the summer

By WRMC Staff May 20, 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...

Midd arts scene extends into new space

Midd arts scene extends into new space

By Edyth Moldow May 20, 2021

Even NASA’s Voyagers sing in space. They have each been equipped with a golden record filled with art, music, mathematics and greetings in an array of languages — prepared to communicate with the...

Painting a pandemic: studio art majors finish strong

Painting a pandemic: studio art majors finish strong

By Yardena Carmi May 20, 2021

The advanced studio seminar’s end-of-semester exhibition, which opens with limited capacity on May 19, features the work of six student artists across a wide range of mediums.  For nearly three...

A semester in (book) review

A semester in (book) review

By Anna Weisel May 20, 2021

“Nothing To See Here” by Kevin Wilson I began my semester off with a bizarre read. “Nothing to See Here” follows a nanny tasked with taking care of a U.S. senator’s two children. At first...

Peaches and dreams: the Peach Pit Writing Collective

Peaches and dreams: the Peach Pit Writing Collective

By Summer Hornbostel May 20, 2021

Amidst the buzzing energy of Nocturne, a calm, warm glow emanated from the Gifford Hall Gamphitheatre. Vibrant verses of poetry captivated nearby ears and drew a sizable crowd to first ever recitation...

Finding humanity through dread in “Outer Wilds”

By Nick Jaccaci May 20, 2021

Dread is an emotion I rarely experience when consuming a piece of media. I get teary-eyed or feel a lump in my throat when watching an emotional scene in a movie. I get goosebumps when listening to that...

“Everybody” raises hell in Wright Memorial Theatre

“Everybody” raises hell in Wright Memorial Theatre

By Nina Ng May 20, 2021

Based on the 15th-century morality play “Everyman,” each character in the Middlebury Department of Theatre’s production of “Everybody,” a play by Branden Jacobs-Jenkins, seeks to personify...

Dancing to the music of a different time

Dancing to the music of a different time

By John Vaaler May 20, 2021

The Center for Disease Control’s announcement that masks and social distancing aren’t required anymore in most instances for fully vaccinated Americans has led me, strangely enough, to revisit...

From prohibition to pandemic, a day in the life of a Middlebury co-ed

From prohibition to pandemic, a day in the life of a Middlebury co-ed

By Acadia Klepeis May 13, 2021

In the 1920s On a sunny Saturday morning in the spring of 1921, you wake up in your room in Battell Cottage. This women’s dorm is located on the Battell Campus, rather than across the road on...

A bustling audience of students gathered at the Gampitheatre as Will Koch ’21 and Jordan Ramos ’22.5 performed an assortment of covers and original songs.

Nocturne arts festival re-animates campus with live music, vibrant exhibitions

By Owen Mason-Hill May 13, 2021
Now in its fourth-ish iteration, the annual arts festival hosted nearly a hundred projects spread across campus that ranged from screen printed t-shirts and interpretive dances to films projected against walls and poems hung from tree limbs.
Coffee culture brews strong at Middlebury

Coffee culture brews strong at Middlebury

By Olivia Mueller May 13, 2021

Midd students are always busy. They participate in clubs and sports, grab meals with friends and spend hours in the library studying. So it makes sense that when there aren’t enough hours in the...

After the pandemic, picking up the pieces of Middlebury’s traditions

After the pandemic, picking up the pieces of Middlebury’s traditions

By Eliza King Freedman May 13, 2021

At my first Atwater party during my first year, I was attempting to find the friends I had made two days before, when I looked up to realize that 75% of the partygoers around me were shirtless. I noticed...

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