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Council Directs Pointed Questions to ADP, ZOO Leadership

By Middlebury Campus

April 17, 2002

Author: Claire Bourne Leadership of Middlebury College's Alpha Delta Phi (ADP) and Zeta Theta Phi (ZOO) social houses met with Community Council Monday to discuss the roles of their houses on campus and the challenges they face in addressing such issues as dormitory damage, compliance with College alc...

Awareness Event Sparks Fiery Debate Tensions Hamper First Public Event on Middle East Conflict

By Middlebury Campus

April 17, 2002

Author: Tim McCahill The space separating the tables was short, but the gulf could not have been any wider. As representatives of Middlebury College's Jewish student organization Hillel and the Islamic Society convened at an informational event yesterday evening in Proctor Woodstove Lounge, it quickly ...

School Celebrates 50 Years in Spain

By Middlebury Campus

April 17, 2002

Author: Deborah Jones When the C.V. Starr Middlebury School in Spain celebrates its fiftieth anniversary this weekend, it will be honoring not only a half-century of excellence in language and cultural studies, but also of progress and growth in both its own program and its host country.Middlebury's pr...

COLLEGE SHORTS

By Middlebury Campus

April 17, 2002

Author: Nicha Rakpanichmanee Departing for Princeton, West Compares Harvard President to SharonCornel West, a distinguished black studies professor at Harvard University, explained that his departure for Princeton University stemmed from a sour relationship with Harvard President Lawrence Summers.West c...

SGA Passes Bills to Cap Textbook Costs, Encourage E-Reserve Use

By Middlebury Campus

April 17, 2002

Author: Claire Bourne On Sunday, the Student Government Association (SGA) passed two bills designed to reduce the overall cost of course materials for Middlebury College students. The resolutions, authored and sponsored by Junior Senator Simon Isaacs, included recommendations to cap expenditures for each cl...

SGA Veteran Battles Newcomer in Presidential Election

By Middlebury Campus

April 17, 2002

Author: Chesley Thurber Onsdorff Campaign Highlights Need for Fresh Face and IdeasWith elections for Student Government Association (SGA) president beginning at 5 p.m. on Thursday, Neil Onsdorff '03 is making his final efforts to market himself as the candidate of change.Onsdorff has built his campaign a...

Syrup Season Pours It On Early

By Middlebury Campus

April 17, 2002

Author: Andrea Gissing Although this year's warmest recorded winter in the history of Vermont brought a relatively quick end to the winter sports season, it did allow maple sugar producers statewide to begin their harvests in mid-February. This early onset to the maple syrup season was two weeks ahead...

Alliance Challenges Burlington Climate Change

By Middlebury Campus

April 17, 2002

Author: Meghan Michelson "Did you know that the average Vermont driver puts 7.5 tons of greenhouse gas emissions in the air each year?" read an alarming sign posted prominently at a booth at the Alliance for Climate Action's 10% Challenge in Burlington on Monday. The event was a public announcement a...

Tabled Initiatives Spill Over to Next Year's Agenda

By Middlebury Campus

April 17, 2002

Author: Paul Barnwell Plans to implement a permanent residential "access" system, discussion surrounding an African-American Studies major and Honor Code revisions are three policy issues that have dominated Community Council and Student Government Association (SGA) discourse this year and will contin...

The California Girl

By Middlebury Campus

April 17, 2002

Author: Meghan Michelson It is that time of year when seniors in high school invade our college community to get a taste of what life would be like for them if they were to pick Middlebury College as their destination of choice. These accepted students arrive in droves on designated preview days, which hav...

LaBolt, Ahmed on Track for Tight Election

By Middlebury Campus

April 17, 2002

Author: Andrea Gissing Ahmed Taps Into Experience while Promising Innovation"While running for a position on the Student Government Association (SGA) might have been the more natural choice considering my three years of experience there," explained Fahim Ahmed '03, at the electoral debates Tuesday night, ...

Vermont Retreat Provides Recreation, Education for Families

By Middlebury Campus

April 17, 2002

Author: John McKInley Foster Hetherington '95, a resident of Brandon, Vt., lost his brother, Peter Morgan Goodrich, on Sept. 11. He was a passenger on United Airlines flight 175, the second airplane to crash into the World Trade Center. Hetherington was unable to make financial contributions, but he stil...

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