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Quench Your Thirst Nalgenes Satiate Of-Roaders, City Slickers Alike

By Middlebury Campus

November 6, 2001

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Author: Lynsey Waite Staff Writer The summer before my first year in college, I marched through the doorway of Eastern Mountain Sports armed with a Middlebury Outdoor Orientation (MOO) trip checklist and suddenly felt any sh...

Volunteers Rally to End Violence Against Women

By Middlebury Campus

November 6, 2001

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Author: Venessa Wong Staff Writer During the months of September and October, Forest sink-mates Shannon Linn '03.5 and Gillian Finocan '03.5 separated themselves from the utopian atmosphere of the Middlebury campus for two eve...

Lionberger's Not-for-Profit Takes Root in Mexico Senior Founds 'Bridge to Community Health,' Combats Malnutrition Abroad

By Middlebury Campus

November 6, 2001

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Author: Julie Samara Staff Writer Inch by inch, row by row, Anne Lionberger '02 has planted the seeds for a growing non-profit organization called Puente a la Salud Comunitaria, or Bridge to Community Health. Building upon extens...

The California Girl

By Middlebury Campus

November 6, 2001

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Author: Megan Michelson Features Editor A friend of mine recently suffered the consequences of a pricey traffic violation in downtown Middlebury. He failed to make a complete stop at the stop sign coming onto College Street from...

Unlikely Salsero Finds His 'Riddim'

By Middlebury Campus

November 6, 2001

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Author: Philippe Danielides Staff Writer When I was a bright-eyed sixth grader I had the delectable privilege of attending my first school dance. The gymnasium was decorated, the music was blaring and every one was dancing. Th...

What About Bob?

By Middlebury Campus

October 30, 2001

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Author: Bob Wainwright Staff Writer At this particular moment in time, I highly doubt my life could be much worse. And yet, despite my immense fury over my current situation, I cannot help but be at least a tiny bit amused over...

Volunteer Group is Hooked on Books Page 1 Celebrates National Literacy Action Week

By Middlebury Campus

October 30, 2001

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Author: Jasmin Jones Staff Writer Stop reading right now.Can't do it, can you? It's almost a mechanical process — your eyes keep moving along the page, making sense of the words you see. Unfortunately, reading does not come s...

Hungry? Take to the Kitchen with Chef Matt and Start Cooking

By Middlebury Campus

October 30, 2001

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Author: Matt Klein Staff Writer College students often find themselves nearly broke, sick of cafeteria food and annoyed by the inadequate kitchens in dormitories. At least in Gifford, where I live, there are several two-burner ...

'Beatnik' Hosts Are Still Early to Rise Four Years Later, Show Remains College's Wake Up Call

By Middlebury Campus

October 30, 2001

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Author: Amy Brais Staff Writer It's 8 a.m. While most of the Middlebury College campus is probably still fast asleep or just waking up, three students sit in the WRMC studio on the third floor of Proctor, preparing to conduct ...

Costume Quest Leads to Innovative Scavenging

By Middlebury Campus

October 30, 2001

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Author: Jen LaRosa Staff Writer Oftentimes students will find themselves waiting until the last minute to plan their Halloween attire and, as a result, costumes end up lacking in creativity and being of the same old generic gen...

Feminist Revolutionary Friedan Ignites Controversy Author Questions Whether Women's Rights Movement Still Exists in America

By Middlebury Campus

October 30, 2001

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Author: Deborah Jones Features Editor "What feminist movement?" Betty Friedan, famed women's rights activist of the 1960s and 70s struck a nerve in the Middlebury community yesterday afternoon when, in a question and answer ...

The Rambling Man

By Middlebury Campus

October 30, 2001

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Author: Raam Wong Opinions Editor Increasingly I've been aware of the dichotomy between the image of the College that the administration seeks to portray to alumni—that of serious liberal arts achievement—and the reality...