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A rack used during Covid-19 testing rests on a Covid-19 testing station. In previous years, community members from outside of the college were employed to administer Covid-19 tests.

First cases on campus this year put college Covid-19 policy to the test

By Catherine McLaughlin September 23, 2021

Two students tested positive for Covid-19 upon arrival to Middlebury and one student tested positive post-arrival, according to Julia Ferrante, associate vice president for public affairs, putting...

Classroom experience and course registration suffer as over-enrolled Middlebury returns to in-person classes

By Charlie Keohane September 23, 2021

From an unusual system for course registration to packed classrooms, both students and professors are feeling the impact of over-enrollment — and many have concerns about the potential spread of Covid-19...

Middleburys wasps attack an abandoned breakfast dish. The pesky swarms are primarily yellowjacket wasps, according to Assistant Professor of Biology Greg Pask, who studies insect neurobiology.

The buzz on wasps

By Sophia McDermott-Hughes September 23, 2021

“How crazy would it be if a bee flew into your mouth while you were eating?” Charlie Reinkemeyer ’21.5 asked his friends over breakfast outside Proctor.  When Reinkemeyer stood up with a...

Pre-arrival testing requirement poses logistical, financial challenges to students

By Katie Futterman September 23, 2021

All students were required to obtain a negative Covid-19 PCR test within 72 hours before arriving at Middlebury this fall semester, in a change to pre-arrival procedures announced via email on Aug....

During the 2018–19 school year, the mail center delivered over 89,000 packages, with daily totals averaging 1,500 packages during the first few weeks of school.

Mail Center adjusts to over-enrollment, with some students receiving packages directly to their doorsteps

By Lily Jones September 23, 2021

While the college has around 2,800 students enrolled this year, the mail center has only 2,628 mailboxes — posing a problem for the 300 or so additional students looking to receive mail. As a solution,...

Remembering Miguel Sanchez-Tortoledo ’23

Remembering Miguel Sanchez-Tortoledo ’23

By Sophia McDermott-Hughes September 16, 2021

Miguel Sanchez-Tortoledo seemed to know everybody. On campus, he couldn’t help stopping to greet nearly everyone he passed, which often made those walking with him late. His family and friends remember...

Middlebury purchased the Inn on the Green to house students after the college enrolled hundreds more students than usual this semester.

Facing over-enrollment, Middlebury adds satellite housing at Bread Loaf, the Marriott and Inn on the Green

By Ideal Dowling September 16, 2021

For the first time in history, Middlebury will house undergraduates at the Bread Loaf campus to accommodate some of the more than 300 extra students enrolled at the college this fall. The college also...

Middlebury will hold two commencement ceremonies this May, one for the class of 2022 and one for the class of 2020.

College to host two commencement ceremonies in May 2022

By Charlie Keohane September 16, 2021
Middlebury will hold two commencement ceremonies this May, one for the class of 2022 and one for the class of 2020.
SGA President Roni Lezama ’22 brings personal experience and big plans to student government

SGA President Roni Lezama ’22 brings personal experience and big plans to student government

By Catherine McLaughlin September 16, 2021

When Roni Lezama ’22 first stepped onto campus, he “looked around, wanting to hear Spanish in a place where most have spent their whole lives breathing and living English.” Though he was unsure...

Middlebury IT specialist arrested for alleged child pornography

By Katie Futterman September 16, 2021

Middlebury Senior Technology Specialist Scott Remick was arrested July 7 on federal charges of possesing child pornography. If convicted, he faces up to 10 years in prison and would be required to register...

ISSS International Pre-Orientation Celebrates 20 Years

By Roya Touran September 16, 2021

International Student & Scholar Services’ (ISSS) International Pre-Orientation, formerly known as International Early Arrival, celebrated its 20th year of programming this summer with the arrival...

Testing reveals four Covid-19 cases at summer language schools

By Brinlea La Barge September 15, 2021

Two students and two employees at the Middlebury Language Schools tested positive for Covid-19 near the end of the college’s seven-week summer program, prompting tighter restrictions for those staying...

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