The Rambling Man

By Middlebury Campus

October 30, 2001

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 of rowdy drunkenness that is typical at McCullough dance parties, social hous...

What About Bob?

By Middlebury Campus

October 30, 2001

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 what I have managed to do. For all express purposes, I should not be writ...

Statistics Suggest Falling Student Interest in Recycling Program

By Middlebury Campus

October 23, 2001

Author: Venessa Wong Staff Writer As the boxy white Middlebury Recycling truck backs into the dimly lit recycling center behind McCullough Friday afternoon, two employees, emerge from the front seats to unload and sort through hundreds of bags of waste collected just that afternoon. "We only have t...

College Bowl Offers More Than Trivia Challenge

By Middlebury Campus

October 23, 2001

Author: Cragin Brown Staff Writer College Bowl has been coined "the varsity sport of the mind" and at Middlebury College, the College Bowl team is striving toward the same honorable standing as many of Middlebury's other successful varsity teams.College Bowl is a historically famous and complex game...

Off-beat Sport Keeps Tawresey Jumping

By Middlebury Campus

October 23, 2001

Author: Amy Brais Staff Writer Middlebury College possesses an indisputably multi-talented student body. One particularly accomplished individual is Betsy Tawresey '04.5. Tawresey, a champion team jump-roper, has jump-roped competitively for over 11 years, won national and world titles with her team an...

Sweet Tomatoes, Bi-Hall Picnics Proctor-less Days Inspire Creative Ways to Fend Off the Munchies

By Middlebury Campus

October 23, 2001

Author: Julie Samara Staff Writer At around midnight Wednesday, the official start of fall break, panic swept the hungry crowd seated in our room—-where could we go for food without our beloved Grille? First Proctor closes, now this? Without our regular meal sources and late-night snack saviors, st...

Senior Hurdles

By Middlebury Campus

October 23, 2001

Author: Alison Hertel Associate Editor Senior year is often associated with lasts: last fall in Vermont, last Winter Carnival, last Homecoming as a student; you get the point. Instead, I want to focus on some firsts. Not all of these are specific to seniors; actually I don't think any of them are. M...

The California Girl

By Middlebury Campus

October 23, 2001

Author: Megan Michelson Features Editor At a time in American history in which people of all ethnicities, ages, gender and geographical origins have come together to celebrate being Americans, I have noticed that the previously well- defined lines between east coast and west coast are blurred. Recently it...

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