Six Months Later, College Quietly Remembers Sept. 11

By Middlebury Campus

March 12, 2002

Author: Peter Simon Six months after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, members of the Middlebury College community are slowly coming to terms with the events of that day. According to Acting President Ronald Liebowitz, the College did not consider commemorating ...

Porter Medical Campaign Signals Hospital Improvements

By Middlebury Campus

March 12, 2002

Author: Mary Christine Kwiatek Porter Medical Center (PMC) soon plans to finalize the Capital Campaign, a new project for the hospital's 75th anniversary.The Center, located just beyond Middlebury College's athletic facilities on South Main Street, serves the local community and Addison County as a...

Billable Vandalism Declines, Damage to Common Areas Rises NEWS ANALYSIS

By Middlebury Campus

March 12, 2002

Author: Paul Barnwell Broken toilets, brooms, vacuums, a smashed gumball machine, mangled couch frames, holes in walls, a birthday cake smeared on a wall and a chair crushed beyond repair are among some of the dorm property damages reported in the last two months, according to Middlebury College Ass...

COUNTING ON VERMONT

By Middlebury Campus

March 12, 2002

Author: [no author name found] 690Votes to reject the proposal to move Middlebury's municipal office complex to the site of the Maple Manor Motel. The number opposed defeated 500 votes in favor of the relocation of the town offices for $3 million offered by Middlebury College which seeks to convert ...

College Democrats Meet With Senator Leahy

By Middlebury Campus

March 12, 2002

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...

Middlebury Works Hard, Plays Hard

By Middlebury Campus

March 12, 2002

Author: Charlie Goulding "One of the first things I noticed when I got here was how in shape people are," remarked Hillary Waite '05. "Very few people are overweight." The external physique of a Middlebury student is indeed well-toned. But do the teardrop triceps and washboard abs of a typical Midd-kid hi...

MCAT, GRE to Undergo Modifications

By Middlebury Campus

March 12, 2002

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...

The Way of the Weights Defines College Gym Life

By Middlebury Campus

March 12, 2002

Author: [no author name found] A GUY'S PERSPECTIVE...By Raam WongSoon into their first year at the College, most students will realize that the "freshman 15" has transformed into the "freshman 50 and one extra chin." Faced with the prospect of showing up at a McCullough dance party wearing the only clothe...

COLLEGE SHORTS

By Middlebury Campus

March 12, 2002

Author: Cara Lovell U. of Wisconsin Halts Undergraduate AdmissionsThe University of Wisconsin System Board of Regents called a halt to all undergraduate admissions on the institution's 26 campuses last Saturday. This extreme action was due to the approval of more budget cuts at the University last wee...

The Hard Facts on Eating Disorders

By Middlebury Campus

March 12, 2002

Author: Liz Leathy Before coming to Middlebury College, I remember hearing about the "Middlebury girl:" the stereotype of the pretty, thin blonde. Although our campus is very diverse, the myth still remains. This leads one to wonder how seriously women here consider their appearances, and how much pr...

Town Objects to Boudah's Plan for CFA, Porter Lots

By Middlebury Campus

March 12, 2002

Author: Anne Jennings On March 6, Director of Public Safety Lisa Boudah presented her new parking plan to the town's Planning Commission. This plan includes expansion of the Center for the Arts (CFA) parking lot and a new lot between Porter Hospital and the baseball fields. Residents raised concern about po...

The State of Depression in College

By Middlebury Campus

March 12, 2002

Author: Lindsey Whitton A Middlebury student stares at the florescent glow of her computer screen for an hour. She doesn't really move. After a while, she turns the machine off and lies down on her bed. She has a lot of work, but she can't make herself do it. She didn't make it to dinner — it was ...

Middlebury College's only student-run newspaper.
News