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College presents reopening plan at town selectboard meeting
Over half of fall courses to be offered completely remotely, Campus analysis finds

Over half of fall courses to be offered completely remotely, Campus analysis finds

July 27, 2020

When Middlebury announced its reopening plans on June 22, the college estimated that roughly a third of classes — approximately 175 of 530 courses — would be taught remotely in the fall. Based on a Campus analysis of the most recent version of the course catalog, that figure is actually over 50%.

‘Pure Xenophobia’: New ICE policy evicts international students taking only online courses

‘Pure Xenophobia’: New ICE policy evicts international students taking only online courses

July 14, 2020

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Opening Up: The Off-Campus Podcast

We teamed up with Middlebury's Engaged Listening Project for the first-ever Off-Campus Podcast. Profess Sarah Stroup talks to Campus editors Caroline Kapp, Jeremey Navarro, Amelia Pollard and Caroline King about their work for the newspaper during the pandemic. Check it out below on Spotify.

College presents reopening plan at town selectboard meeting
Three Vermont state colleges face uncertain futures

Three Vermont state colleges face uncertain futures

April 30, 2020

Increased financial stress has put the future of three public Vermont colleges in question.

With lack of storage and low demand, dairy farms resort to milk dumping

With lack of storage and low demand, dairy farms resort to milk dumping

April 30, 2020

The state’s already struggling dairy industry has been destroying its sitting supply of milk in a reluctant response to Covid-19 economic realities.

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