Parton, SGA Establish Support Group for Survivors

By KENZO OKAZAKI

October 25, 2018


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The counseling department at the Parton Center for Health and Wellness has formed a support group for students who are survivors of sexual violence.  The group will meet every Thursday beginning on Oct. 25. All of the services provided by this group will be free and confidential. The support g...

Stanger and Callanan Talk Murray at Princeton

By CONNOR SLOAN

October 25, 2018


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Professors Allison Stanger and Keegan Callanan criticized ideological homogeneity at the college and emphasized empathy and free thinking in response to controversial ideas at a Princeton University panel discussion last month. 

Burroughs ’83 Presides Over Major Affirmative Action Case

Burroughs ’83 Presides Over Major Affirmative Action Case

By BOCHU DING

October 25, 2018


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The conservative-led group Students for Fair Admissions (SFFA) brought a lawsuit against Harvard, claiming that the university discriminates against Asian applicants. The divisive case has inflamed both opponents and supporters of affirmative action, given the wide impact it could have on higher education.

How Midd Works: The Title IX Office

By KAYLA LICHTMAN

October 25, 2018


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The Title IX Office shed light on its procedures and policies, attempting to make more visible what goes on behind the scenes, in the year’s first MiddWorks presentation on Oct. 10. Title IX Coordinator Sue Ritter and Deputy Title IX Coordinator Karen Guttentag explained that the mission of their office...

News in Brief

By CAMPUS STAFF

October 25, 2018


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BILL To address hygiene AND SEXUAL HEALTH PASSED Community Council unanimously approved a Student Government Association (SGA) bill that would supply condoms, tampons and pads in each of the first-year dorms at their meeting on Oct. 8. The bill, drafted by the SGA Sexual and Relationship Respect Commit...

Demonstrations Continue as Kavanaugh Takes Seat as Nation’s 114th Supreme Court Justice

Demonstrations Continue as Kavanaugh Takes Seat as Nation’s 114th Supreme Court Justice

By BOCHU DING, ERIC KAPNER, and CAROLINE KAPP

October 11, 2018


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Across campus, students and faculty publicly expressed their support for Dr. Christine Blasey Ford and survivors of sexual assault with signs, a “Walkout Against the Patriarchy” and chalked messages on pathways.

Mail Center On Track to Beat Package Record

Mail Center On Track to Beat Package Record

By LUCY GRINDON

October 11, 2018


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Middlebury's mail center experiences its busiest September yet.

Talk Canceled After Activist Awarded Nobel Prize

By NORA PEACHIN

October 11, 2018


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Nadia Murad’s talk at Middlebury was canceled last week after the Iraqi Yazidi human rights activist won the Nobel Peace Prize.

FAM Launches Website to Increase Awareness of Sexual Health Services

FAM Launches Website to Increase Awareness of Sexual Health Services

By KATE CRISCITIELLO

October 11, 2018


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Members of Feminist Action at Middlebury (FAM) have built a website in an effort to make sexual health resources more accessible, transparent and easier to navigate for students by directing them to available services at Parton Health Center, Porter Hospital and the Planned Parenthood in Middlebury.

Security Report Reveals Increase in Some Reported Crimes

By ARIADNE WILL

October 11, 2018


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The crime statistics released in the college’s annual security and fire safety report reveals a sharp increase in incidences of rape, stalking and dating violence and a continued decline in discipline for liquor law violations compared to last year’s numbers.

Middlebury Rallies to Support Survivors

Middlebury Rallies to Support Survivors

By JAMES FINN

October 4, 2018


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Students and community members in downtown Middlebury joined the nationwide #BelieveChristine campaign.

‘Improvathon’ Raises Money For Charter House with Pies in the Face

‘Improvathon’ Raises Money For Charter House with Pies in the Face

By ELLIE ANDERSON

October 4, 2018


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Student improv groups host a Friday fundraiser for the Charter House Coalition (CHC) and raise $800.

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