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...

Student Referendum Results Spur Revised 'Lockdown' Hours

By Middlebury Campus

January 29, 2002


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Author: Elizabeth Logue Middlebury College students were informed by e-mail last Friday of a revised locking schedule for the exterior entrances to traditional residence halls. Side doors of dormitories will remain unlocked until 11 p.m. and the main entrances — outlined by Associate Dean of Student ...

Multimedia Labs to Enhance Commons System

By Middlebury Campus

January 29, 2002


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Author: Nicha Rakpanichmanee Part of an ongoing effort to integrate technology into the commons system, the first of several multimedia editing labs will open this spring in the basement of Pearsons Hall, equipped with over $10,000 in high-end machinery. The brainchild of Associate Provost and Associate P...

United Way Annual Campaign Approaches Goal Middlebury College Trustees Support Local Appeal with Discrete Gift

By Middlebury Campus

January 29, 2002


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Author: Campus Editor in Chief The Addison County Chapter of United Way, part of a nationwide network that funds many local nonprofit agencies, has raised 93 percent of its annual goal of $570,000 to date, reported Executive Director Mary Ellen Mendel. "We knew that this was going to be a tough year," sa...

Digital Bridges Conference

By Middlebury Campus

January 29, 2002


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Author: [no author name found] Discussing the digital revolution in the news industry, Frank Sesno '77 participates in a panel discussion during the 2002 Digital Bridges Conference on Sunday.

Bill Proposes Less Undercover Stings Seeks to Place Blame on Underage Drinkers

By Middlebury Campus

January 29, 2002


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Author: Meghan Michelson In order to combat underage drinking in Vermont, the Liquor Control Department (LCD) frequently conducts undercover operations, called stings, in businesses that sell alcohol to ensure that identification cards are requested from customers purchasing alcoholic beverages. In the last...

College Ponders Reducing Recruited Athlete Admits

By Middlebury Campus

January 15, 2002


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Author: Claire Bourne News Editor Middlebury College anticipates a reduction of up to 10 percent on athlete admissions beginning with the Class of 2006 in response to recent scrutiny over the role of athletics in the admissions process at New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) member scho...

Dorm 'Lockdown' to Remain in Effect McCardell Charges Community Council with Investigating Alternatives

By Middlebury Campus

January 15, 2002


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Author: Tim McCahill Managing Editor Middlebury College President John McCardell issued a memorandum Tuesday to Dean of Student Affairs Ann Hanson and Student Co-Chair of Community Council Erica Rosenthal '02.5 declaring that "locking the residence halls is a prudent precaution that must be part of ...

Author Sobel Chosen to Address 2002 Graduates

By Middlebury Campus

January 15, 2002


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Author: Raam Wong Dava Sobel, the award-winning writer and former New York Times science reporter, has been chosen by the Honorary Degree Selection Committee as the graduation speaker for the Middlebury College Class of 2002. Sobel's two most prominent pieces of work are her books "Longitude" and "Galile...

College Mourns Passing of Friend, Mentor Morgan-Wright

By Middlebury Campus

January 15, 2002


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Author: Elizabeth Logue Editorial Assistant The Middlebury College and Addison County community are mourning the loss of Maggie Morgan-Wright, a resident of Bristol and assistant at the Pan-African Latino Asian Native American Center (PALANA), who passed away on Jan. 2. Morgan-Wright's health had been st...

College Shorts

By Middlebury Campus

January 15, 2002


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Author: Raam Wong AOL Interprets Admissions E-mails as "Spam"Between 75 and 100 e-mail messages sent by Harvard University to inform early decision applicants whether they had been accepted were interpreted as junk e-mail by America Online (AOL) and never delivered.Harvard decided to employ e-mail as a m...

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