CROP Hunger Walk

By Middlebury Campus

September 22, 2010


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On Sunday, Oct. 3, all are invited to participate in the 33rd CROP (Communities Responding to Overcome Poverty) Hunger Walk. Funds from the event help fight hunger and poverty. Sister Isoline Duclos, who has been a volunteer at the walk since 1984, is the chair of the festivities. With help from fellow...

Local Lowdown

By Middlebury Campus

September 22, 2010


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Made in Vermont Music Festival September 23, 7:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. Head over to the Vergennes Opera House (VOH) on Thursday night for a performance by the Vermont Symphony Orchestra. The concert features Albert Brouwer on flute, Shelagh Abate on French horn and Heidi Soons on harp — all of whom are...

Local Lowdown

By Middlebury Campus

September 15, 2010


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Flea Market September 18, 9 a.m. - 2 p.m. Looking to decorate your dorm room? Head to the Town Hall Theater for a one-of-a-kind flea market. Browse through jewelry, rugs, antiques and more from over 25 vendors. You will feel great about any purchase, as the flea market is a fundraiser for the Town Hall...

Chocolate shop excites all palates

By Middlebury Campus

September 15, 2010


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“To bring people fresh food and community and just a place to get away from the everyday, [to] be happy for a little bit,” said Stephanie Jackson, co-owner of Middlebury Chocolates. “That’s my overall goal.” And, looking around the high ceilings and openness of the café nestled by the river, on Main St., it is easy to sense a kind of other-worldly containment. The space is filled with tabl...

One in 8700

By Middlebury Campus

September 15, 2010


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In 1990, siblings Andy and Jen Li moved to the United States from China. Jen, who has now lived in Middlebury for six years, believes there is a big difference between the two countries. Nonetheless, she is glad to be raising a family here. “It is a very nice and enjoyable community,” she said. The Lis, who have been the owners of Ben Franklin since March 2009, worked in the re...

Local Wanders

By Middlebury Campus

September 15, 2010


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Monroe Street Books owners Dick and Flanzy Chodkowski have watched their business change since it first opened in 1991. An ever-expanding repertoire of books and the growing popularity of online book-selling has shaped how the store has conducted business. Yet, one thing has not changed- the charm of...

51 Main fills docket for upcoming year

By Middlebury Campus

September 15, 2010


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51 Main at the Bridge, the popular restaurant and entertainment venue in downtown Middlebury, has a plethora of events planned for the upcoming year. Community discussions, live music and opportunities for students to showcase their talents are part of the varied lineup. Sarah Franco, 51 Main’s cultural activities director, has a wide range of e...

Middlebury grad opens bakery

By Middlebury Campus

September 9, 2010


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Many Middlebury graduates go on to accomplish feats all over the world, in destinations as far-flung as Cape Town, China and the Arctic Circle. Julianne Jones ’07 plans to make her mark much closer to home. With the opening of her new bakery, Vergennes Laundry, in Vergennes, scheduled for later this...

One in 8700: Laura Asermily, Middlebury Town Energy Coordinator

By Middlebury Campus

September 9, 2010


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The College’s colors may be navy and white, but most know that Middlebury, the town and the College, tries hard to stay green. At the forefront of the town’s efforts to reduce environmental impact is Laura Asermily, the Middlebury Energy Coordinator. Appointed by the Middlebury Select Board, Asermily...

Restaurants heat up dining scene

By Middlebury Campus

September 9, 2010


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It doesn’t matter how much of a quinoa fanatic you are, how many red velvet cupcakes you’ve been hoarding nor how desperately loyal you are to That Special Panini, because there comes a time of year — right about when the ugly sweaters begin to replace shorts and when you’re really questioning...

Need to find that back-to-school buzz?

By Middlebury Campus

September 8, 2010


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Carol’s Hungry Mind Cafe, Sama’s Café, the Stoneleaf Teahouse and 51 Main have menus suited for all taste buds and are ready to caffeinate the student body. 51 Main Tuesday to Saturday, 11 a.m. until late Complete with a lunch, dinner, dessert and snack menu, an assortment of exotic drinks and...

The Pragmatist

By Middlebury Campus

September 8, 2010


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Farmer’s markets and natural foods stores are springing up in towns and cities across the country; in Vermont alone the number of farmer’s markets has shot up from 55 to 84 in the past five years. The increasing availability of organic and conventional produce, whether local or not, has brought an...

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