Interview: NYT’s Jack Ewing Talks Volkswagen Scandal, Upcoming Lecture

Interview: NYT’s Jack Ewing Talks Volkswagen Scandal, Upcoming Lecture

By YVETTE SHI

September 23, 2018


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In September 2015, the Environmental Protection Agency disclosed that the German automaker Volkswagen (VW) had installed devices in 11 million cars that cheated emissions testing, permitting their cars to emit hazardous nitrogen oxide. The reporting of Jack Ewing, Germany correspondent for the N...

What is Envisioning Middlebury?

What is Envisioning Middlebury?

By SARAH ASCH

September 20, 2018


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The nebulous strategic plan of the college, explained.

New Phone Line Will Save You Time at Health Center

New Phone Line Will Save You Time at Health Center

By BEN DOHAN

September 20, 2018


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Sick and don't want to miss classes? New phone triage service streamlines Parton appointments and care.

Monterey Receives $4.5 million From Developer’s Estate

By KATE CRISCIETELLO

September 20, 2018


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MIIS received a record donation from the conservationist and developer Samuel F.B. Morse.

The Community Bias Response Team, Explained

By ELAINE VELIE

September 20, 2018


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The Community Bias Response Team (CBRT) will continue its work in the 2018-19 academic year. CBRT informs the college community about instances of bias through all-school emails. While planning and initial CBRT activity began in 2016, the committee officially formed in early 2017 in order to address...

Pee Empowered: SheFly Brings Gender Equality to the Outdoors

Pee Empowered: SheFly Brings Gender Equality to the Outdoors

By SARAH ASCH

September 20, 2018


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SheFly Apparel, a student-founded company tackling the inequality of outdoor gear, has recently competed in a series of national competitions for entrepreneurs.

PHOTO STORY: Hundreds Gather for Activities Fair & Picnic

PHOTO STORY: Hundreds Gather for Activities Fair & Picnic

By SILVIA CANTU BAUTISTA

September 15, 2018


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Hundreds of Middlebury College students turned out for yesterday's Student Activities Fair, where student organizations set up tables and answered questions from prospective members. The fair was followed by a community picnic outside Proctor Dining Hall, a fall Middlebury tradition. After the picnic,...

Students Organize Summit to Empower Kenyan Youth With Albinism

By KATE CRISCITIELLO

September 13, 2018


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Albinism does not define who they are.

News In Brief: Grille Closings, Hallquist to Visit, Fatal Crash Near Proctor

By Eric Kapner, Cali Kapp, and Nick Garber

September 13, 2018


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The Grille is now closed on Monday and Tuesday nights, Christine Hallquist is coming to campus, and more.

Power Outage Hits College Night Before Classes; Causes Flash Light Party

Power Outage Hits College Night Before Classes; Causes Flash Light Party

By AMELIA POLLARD

September 11, 2018


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A power outage struck the college and parts of town Monday, plunging students here into darkness the night before the first day of classes. The outage occurred just before 10 p.m., when a fallen branch struck utility equipment on the portion of Weybridge Street between Shannon Street and Murdock ...

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