COLLEGE SHORTS

By Middlebury Campus

February 12, 2002


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Author: Claire Bourne Hostage Situation Ends at Fairfield UniversityTwenty-two students and a professor were taken hostage yesterday afternoon in a classroom at Connecticut's Fairfield University by a recent graduate claiming to be armed with an explosive device. Five female students were released shortl...

Vermonter Rides Her Way To The First American Gold Medal

By Middlebury Campus

February 12, 2002


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Author: Megan MichelsonLocal News Editor Kelly Clark, 18, of West Dover, Vt., was the first American to win a gold medal at the 19th Winter Olympic Games in Salt Lake City, Utah in the women's halfpipe snowboard competition. The event was held on Sunday, Feb. 10. Clark's performance dominated the competi...

PHOTO ESSAY FEB GRADUATION

By Middlebury Campus

February 12, 2002


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Author: [no author name found] Class of '01.5 Celebrates Graduation:From Mead Chapel to the Snow Bowl Slopes

W-2 Processing Glitch Creates Confusion Seven Percent of 3,600 Forms Incorrectly Addressed

By Middlebury Campus

February 12, 2002


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Author: Campus Editor in Chief About 250 Middlebury College employees received their co-workers' W-2 forms last week, compromising the confidentiality of this important tax-related information. Treasurer and Vice President of Administration Bob Huth alerted the College community to the processing glitch by e...

New Title for Women's Safety, Support

By Middlebury Campus

January 29, 2002


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Author: Anne DeWitt "Working towards elimination of physical, sexual and emotional violence against women and children through direct service, education and social change."Thus reads the mission statement of WomenSafe, formerly known as Addison County Women in Crisis. The private non profit agency recen...

Natural Foods On the Rise, Yet Co-op Stays Customer Friendly

By Middlebury Campus

January 29, 2002


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Author: Meghan Michelson Looking for organic, locally grown foods? Prefer to avoid artificial preservatives and colors in food products? With an increasingly health conscious nation determined to purchase natural foods, such items can be found at nearly any grocery store in the United States. The stores ...

Choephel Released from Chinese Prison

By Middlebury Campus

January 29, 2002


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Author: Tim McCahill Tibetan music scholar Ngawang Choephel, who taught at Middlebury College between 1993 and 1994 under a Fulbright scholarship, arrived in the United States on Jan. 21 after spending six years in prison in China. Choephel, 34, was sentenced in 1995 to 18 years in prison for espionage...

COLLEGE SHORTS

By Middlebury Campus

January 29, 2002


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Author: Claire Bourne Louisiana State's Fogel Named UVM PresidentDaniel Fogel has been chosen as the 25th president of the University of Vermont (UVM). He was selected in part for his extensive experience in the academic world, the UVM Board of Trustees said. After growing up in Ithaca, N.Y., Fogel ...

McCardell to Take Semester Sabbatical Liebowitz to Assume Role of Acting President for Spring Term

By Middlebury Campus

January 29, 2002


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Author: Ashley Elpern Following a successful Bicentennial Campaign and the planning for the construction of the new Atwater facilities and the Library and Technology Center (LATC), President John McCardell will be taking a three month sabbatical beginning after the February meeting of the Middlebury ...

COUNTING ON VERMONT

By Middlebury Campus

January 29, 2002


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Author: [no author name found] 79Age of Bernard Robinovitch, a Cornwall man hit by a car driven by a 78-year-old Cornwall man in downtown Middlebury on Tuesday, Jan. 23. He died the following day at Fletcher Allen Health Care in Burlington, where he was flown after the accident. $4.5 million Proposed...

College Fundraising Efforts Adapt to Slowing Economy

By Middlebury Campus

January 29, 2002


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Author: Campus Editor in Chief Fundraising executives across the nation worried that the generosity that followed Sept. 11 would siphon charitable dollars away from other nonprofit organizations and institutions of higher education, dipping into annual giving totals and placing added pressure on groups a...

Committee Recommends Fee Hike

By Middlebury Campus

January 29, 2002


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Author: Gale Berninghausen At the Student Government Association (SGA) meeting on Sunday, the Comprehensive Fee Committee issued a preliminary recommendation to set next year's comprehensive fee at approximately $36,000.Committee members were appointed by SGA President Brian Elworthy '02.5 to formulate a...

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