Cheerleading Squad Eyes Future Success

By Middlebury Campus

February 19, 2002


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Author: Campus Editor in Chief Anna Rita Pergolizzi '04, the founder of Middlebury College's first-ever competitive cheerleading squad, named the first nine members of the team last week, the first step in establishing what said she hopes will become a prominent activity on campus.To introduce the chee...

Students Contribute To Elderly Independence

By Middlebury Campus

February 19, 2002


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Author: Alison Hertel Playing Scrabble, taking a walk, reading a book, playing the guitar — these do not sound like the activities of a volunteer, but for many Middlebury students they are. Those are just some of the things that students do when they volunteer at Project Independence, one of the ...

A United Way to Serve State Communities

By Middlebury Campus

February 19, 2002


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Author: Meghan Michelson Serving local communities for 60 years, United Way of Chittenden County, Vermont's largest United Way organization, acts in partnership with over 400 agencies and businesses in Vermont in order to make these communities better places to live. The mission statement of the indepe...

Morton Leaves Middlebury Magazine

By Middlebury Campus

February 12, 2002


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Author: Ashley Elpern After leading Middlebury Magazine since 1995, Rachel Morton, former director of publications and editor of the periodical, has been named features editor of The Burlington Free Press. Guest editor Jake Chaplaine will oversee the production of the College-based magazine until a per...

State Dairy Industry In Jeopardy

By Middlebury Campus

February 12, 2002


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Author: Deborah Jones Local artist Woody Jackson's 70 paintings of Holstein cows may best be known for gracing Ben and Jerry's ice cream containers, but they are also considered representative of Vermont's longstanding dairy tradition. Yet the pastoral culture of the state stands in a precarious position as...

Counting on Vermont

By Middlebury Campus

February 12, 2002


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Author: [no author name found] 24Recipes tried before the Samual Adams Beer Company settled on the right combination of ingredients for their new reduced calorie light beer, which was taste tested and approved in six cities in the United States, including Burlington, Vt. $3,000Estimated retail price of the new...

Elder Honored With Eco-Spirit Award

By Middlebury Campus

February 12, 2002


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Author: Cara Lovell The local environmental group Spirit in Nature presented Stewart Professor of English and Environmental Studies John Elder with their annual Eco-Spirit Award on Sunday, recognizing his strong sense of faith and longstanding commitment to environmental issues.Visiting Scholar Bill...

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...

Valentine's Day Benefits Local Shops, Restaurants

By Middlebury Campus

February 12, 2002


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Author: Megan MichelsonLocal News Editor Middlebury businesses are preparing for a busy and romantic holiday this Valentine's Day. Last minute gift shopping for that special someone and dinner reservations for parties of two are keeping local shops and restaurants bustling to schedule plenty of employee...

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...

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