College Democrats Meet With Senator Leahy

By Middlebury Campus

March 12, 2002


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Author: Raam Wong The Vergennes Opera House was filled to capacity on Saturday afternoon with Addison County citizens and 10 members of the Middlebury College Democrats during a reception for Vermont Senator Patrick Leahy. College Democrats President Ben LaBolt '03, who worked with the Addison County...

Women's Tennis Defined by Youth

By Middlebury Campus

March 12, 2002


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Author: Andrew Zimmermann For the women's tennis team this is its second season this year. Although the roster is comprised completely of first-years and sophomores, the current squad is not lacking in talent as it completed a successful 4-3 campaign in the fall. Over the past month the team has been...

Women Defend Lax Title

By Middlebury Campus

March 12, 2002


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Author: Kate Nerenberg The 2002 Middlebury women's lacrosse team has big shoes to fill, coming off a perfect 17-0 2001 season, including capturing the NCAA National Championship. The Panthers, however, seem ready to embrace the challenge of living up to their promising potential.Leading the way for t...

MCAT, GRE to Undergo Modifications

By Middlebury Campus

March 12, 2002


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Author: Claire Bourne In a year of record interest in graduate school, both the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) and the Medical College Admissions Test (MCAT) are undergoing substantial changes. On October 1, 2002, an Analytical Writing Measure (AWM) will replace the GRE's current analytical section. Tes...

Pitching, Defense Mark Baseball Team

By Middlebury Campus

March 12, 2002


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Author: Neil Onsdorff Spring in Vermont, wet, cold, muddy, wet and cold. Yet, from a baseball standpoint, there are 25 guys who cannot wait to get outside and show off their stuff. Middlebury's 2002 baseball team is looking to vastly improve their squad from last year and make some noise in this yea...

Study Scrutinizes College Emissions

By Middlebury Campus

March 5, 2002


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Author: Ron Schildge Over the past decade Middlebury College has significantly increased its greenhouse gas emissions, contributing to the looming threat of global climate change, according to an ongoing Emissions Inventory. The Emissions Inventory is a cooperative effort among Sustainable Campus Coor...

Perennial Leakage Forces College to Consider Fletcher's Future

By Middlebury Campus

March 5, 2002


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Author: Bob Wainwright In one of the mildest winters in recent memory, Fletcher Field House was closed down for the first time this year last Wednesday due to leakage from the roof and slippery patches on the floor. This should be the last year for the old Fletcher roof, however, as the College has committ...

Elworthy Urges Erasable Citation Policy

By Middlebury Campus

March 5, 2002


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Author: Chesley Thurber At a Student Government Association (SGA) Senate meeting last Sunday, SGA President Brian Elworthy '02.5 announced plans to present a revision of the College's alcohol citation policy that would enable a student to remove a citation from his or her record by attending alcohol edu...

King Voted Feb First-Year Senator, Juniors Face Run-Off Election

By Middlebury Campus

March 5, 2002


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Author: Cara Lovell The mid-year first-year class elected Edward King '05.5 to the Student Government Association (SGA) last Sunday, while the tight race in the junior class election resulted in a tie between Simon Isaacs '03 and Amine Bouchentouf '03. SGA Director of Membership Sara Schuman '02.5 plans...

Legislators Assail 'Homosexual Agenda' in Schools`

By Middlebury Campus

March 5, 2002


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Author: Meghan Michelson In a state that has struggled with the battle and ultimate victory of civil unions, it comes as no surprise that another controversial issue regarding homosexuality in Vermont was recently brought to the public's attention. This time, the political debate lies between state repr...

COUNTING ON VERMONT

By Middlebury Campus

March 5, 2002


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Author: [no author name found] 100 billionTimes per second that the new silicon germanium chips, made by Vermont's IBM plant, will be able to turn on and off. The plant, located in Essex Junction, Vt., will be the only factory in the world to produce the world's newest and fastest computer chip. 2 percentAm...

TOWNIE TALK

By Middlebury Campus

March 5, 2002


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Author: Elizabeth Lathey The other day while enjoying a meal in a Middlebury dining hall my friend and I were talking about Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream. Being a Vermonter, I know a thing or two about Ben & Jerry's, and I guess I had assumed that most other people have the same innate knowledge a...

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