Analyzing His Holiness’ Words

Analyzing His Holiness’ Words

By Kathryn DeSutter

October 13, 2012


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As noted above, the Campus' Kathryn DeSutter interviewed His Holiness the Dalai Lama on Saturday, Oct. 13 before his lecture to the general public. Upon analyzing His Holiness' responses in the interview, "think", "laughs", "community", "people", and "faith" were the most commonly used words; see the W...

Dalai Lamas in History and in Person

Dalai Lamas in History and in Person

By Gregory Woolston

October 10, 2012


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In preparing for the arrival of His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama, Middlebury Magazine's Maria Theresa Stadtmueller provided the following explanation and information: What is a Dalai Lama? And how is His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama different from (and similar to) the previous 13? A week before H...

Cook Commons Festival

Cook Commons Festival

By Leah Pickett

October 7, 2012


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Dispatch Live on YouTube at 9 PM

Dispatch Live on YouTube at 9 PM

By Gregory Woolston

October 5, 2012


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In case you're still piecing together your plans for the evening, Dispatch's concert at Radio City Music Hall will be broadcast live on YouTube at 9 PM. Chad Urmston, Brad Corrigan, and Pete Heimbold formed the band while attending the College in the 1990s....

Presidential Debate

Presidential Debate

By Leah Pickett

October 3, 2012


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wire^2

wire^2

By Leah Pickett

September 29, 2012


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  On Thursday, brother and sister Ben Schiffer '10 and Rachel Schiffer '06.5 paired up for "wire^2", an original show that combined Rachel's wire walking, Ben's electronic music, and dance. Rachel currently performs at the Midnight Circus in Chicago, while Ben is set to begin a job in sound desig...

Papercraft Exhibit

Papercraft Exhibit

By Gregory Woolston

September 26, 2012


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The papercraft art exhibit in the Kevin P. Mahaney '84 Center for the Arts Upper Lobby (Peter Broucke)....

Improv in McCullough

Improv in McCullough

By Maggie Cochrane

September 23, 2012


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Middlebury's oldest improv comedy group had the room roaring with laughter tonight as they created scenes on the spot. Acts involved a young lady's questionable bedroom habits, headset mishaps at Macy's, and moments with Joe the perpetual jailbird....

SCOCC Candidates Debate

SCOCC Candidates Debate

By Kathryn DeSutter

September 23, 2012


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In front of Crossroads Cafe, the current candidates for Student Co-Chair of Community Council (SCOCC), Kathryn Benson '13 and Barrett Smith '13 took questions from the audience and discussed their policy plans at 4 p.m. on Sunday. Benson highlighted her previous experiences in student leadership positions...

Fresh Kebab and Hummus

By Gregory Woolston

September 22, 2012


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Like many of the campus' language houses, the Arabic House (located at Sperry House on Franklin Street) spent the afternoon preparing various dishes of the Middle East for about thirty guests. The menu included regional favorites, such as baba ganoush, hummus, and kebab....

Liveblog: China Symposium Roundtable

Liveblog: China Symposium Roundtable

By Gregory Woolston

September 21, 2012


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  The college will continue to live stream the International Politics and Economics' Symposium, "From Deng to Dollars: The Political Economy of China’s Rise" online. For those of you already out for the evening, the Current will maintain a liveblog of the discussion below, and what's...

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