The Librarian Is In

The Librarian Is In

By RYAN CLEMENT

May 2, 2018


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Data Services Librarian Ryan Clement is liaison to the Economics, Geography, Philosophy and Sociology & Anthropology departments, as well as serving as Middlebury’s Government Documents Coordinator.   “Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind” by Yuval Noah Harari, 2015 443 pages “We have adv...

Bach Festival Brings Emotion

Bach Festival Brings Emotion

By BEN BEESE

May 2, 2018


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Students, faculty, staff, and residents from across Middlebury converged at the Mahaney Center for the Arts last weekend to listen to a 2000-year-old Bible story sung in German to music written 300 years ago. This was the pinnacle of the eighth annual Middlebury Bach Festival. For three days, Johann Sebasti...

The Librarian Is In

The Librarian Is In

By BRENDA ELLIS

April 25, 2018


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Research & Instruction Librarian Brenda Ellis is liaison to History, Political Science, International Politics & Economics (IPE), International & Global Studies (IGS), MiddCore and co-liaison to Environmental Studies.    “It Looked Different on the Model” and “Housebroken: Ad...

Reel Critic: “A Quiet Place”

Reel Critic: “A Quiet Place”

By DEVIN McGRATH-CONWELL

April 25, 2018


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We seem to be living in the midst of a horror renaissance. In the past few years, we have been graced with critical and audience darlings such as “The Conjuring” (2013) and “The Babadook” (2014), and in just the past year the likes of “Get Out” (2017) and “It” (2017) have taken pop culture...

4.48 Psychosis Explores Peculiarities of Human Mind

4.48 Psychosis Explores Peculiarities of Human Mind

By MONIQUE SANTOSO

April 25, 2018


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On Thursday, April 19 through Saturday, April 21, the Hepburn Zoo Theatre transformed into Sarah Kane’s “4.48 Psychosis,” widely thought of as her suicide note, for Roxy Adviento’s ’18 senior work and Stephen Chen’s Intermediate Independent 500-level lighting project. The play was Kane’s...

Joey Bada$$ Concert

April 25, 2018


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MCAB’s Spring Concert attracts large crowds in Kenyon Arena.

Midd Masti Spring Show

April 25, 2018


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Final performance of the year pays tribute to graduating seniors.

The Librarian Is In

The Librarian Is In

By CARRIE MACFARLANE

April 18, 2018


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Director of Research & Instruction Carrie Macfarlane is the librarian for Chinese, Japanese, Neuroscience, Psychology and the Writing Program.   “I’m The One That I Want” by Margaret Cho, 2002 213 pages RATING 4/5 cardigans The What Those who have seen the comedian Margare...

Racism, Repenting Explored in “Man on Fire”

By EZRA NUGIEL

April 18, 2018


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On Wednesday April 4, the College held a special screening of the documentary film “Man on Fire.” Students, professors, visiting historians and town residents alike filled the stadium seats in Dana Auditorium for the presentation, which was sponsored by the Writing and Rhetoric Program and the Film...

“Goblin Market” Shares Stories of Female Sexuality in the Victorian Era

“Goblin Market” Shares Stories of Female Sexuality in the Victorian Era

By EZRA NUGIEL

April 18, 2018


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This weekend, Hepburn Zoo was transformed into the entrancing set of Goblin Market for Ashley Fink’s ’18.5 Senior 700 work presentation. The 65-minute production ran evening performances on April 12 and 13 and one matinee on April 14. This piece was originally a narrative poem published in 1862...

Printmaking: Challenges, Discoveries, Art

Printmaking: Challenges, Discoveries, Art

By APRIL QIAN

April 18, 2018


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As the semester draws to a close, so do the three temporary exhibits at the Middlebury College Museum of Art. One of these three, titled “Ten Years: The Cameron Print Project,” chronicles a decade of collaboration in different forms of printmaking between Middlebury students and contemporary artists,...

Pulitzer Winner Shaw Talks Career, Kanye

By MONIQUE SANTOSO

April 18, 2018


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Had the entry fee for the 2013 Pulitzer Prize competition in music had been more than $50, Caroline Shaw might not have become the youngest person ever to win the prestigious award. Thanks to the Rothrock Family Fund for Experiential Learning the the Performing Arts, Annie Beliveau ’18 and Tevan Goldberg...

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