Stray Cats and Dogs Wait for a Good Home at Humane Society

By Middlebury Campus

November 13, 2001

Author: Katie MacDonald Staff Writer Seeking to assist the helpless animals, the Addison County Humane Society (ACHS) continues the enormous task of improving the lives of homeless animals. Established in 1975, the mission of this local humane society strives "to promote ethical and humane treatment of...

Honor Code Review to Culminate in Referendum

By Middlebury Campus

November 13, 2001

Author: Devin Zatorski News Editor Following a lengthy drafting process, Community Council's finalized Handbook language on the Middlebury College Honor Code will face a student referendum this Thursday and Friday, with voting on whether to accept the amendments linked to the Middlebury Automated R...

College Questions Validity of NESCAC Report Data

By Middlebury Campus

November 13, 2001

Author: Claire Bourne News Editor Data revealed by William Bowen and James Schulman in their recent study on athletics and academics at New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) member schools has called into question admissions policies as well as student-athletes' academic performance...

Disappearing Cups Strain Dining Services' Budget

By Middlebury Campus

November 13, 2001

Author: Becky Ruby Staff Writer Students may have noticed that the stacks of plastic cup racks in Proctor Dining Hall has seemed shorter lately. In fact, during the busy lunch and dinner rushes, the lack of reusable cups has forced Dining Services to provide paper cups for student use.Already this ye...

SGA Grapples with Representation of Minority, Majority Voice

By Middlebury Campus

November 13, 2001

Author: Nicha Rakpanichmanee A month ago, the Student Government Association (SGA) Senate passed its first resolution of the year with an overwhelming majority of 13 to one with one abstention. Atwater Commons Senator Kevin Sullivan '04.5 cast the lone dissenting vote.The resolution referred to "the Middle...

White Powder in CFA Posed No Threat

By Middlebury Campus

November 13, 2001

Author: Elizabeth Logue Managing Editor Middlebury College's rural existence has not given a false sense of security to employees at the College, who, like most Americans, are on heightened alert since the tragedy of Sept. 11 and the events that have unfolded since. On the morning of Thursday, Nov. 8, a ...

Boudah Presents Long-Term Parking Plan to Town Officials

By Middlebury Campus

November 13, 2001

Author: Lindsey Whitten Staff Writer Director of Public Safety Elizabeth Boudah presented her preliminary proposal for the long-range parking plan at Middlebury College to both the College Executive Council and the Planning Commission for the town of Middlebury last week. She fashioned her plan around...

SGA Spearheads Referendum Publicity Campaign

By Middlebury Campus

November 13, 2001

Author: Devin Zatorski News Editor The Student Government Association (SGA) has designed a multi-part strategy for encouraging students to vote in the referendum later this week, both to ensure maximum participation and to help constituents make informed decisions, said President Brian Elworthy '02.5. The ...

Student/Faculty Responsibility

By Middlebury Campus

November 13, 2001

Author: [no author name found] Among the proposed changes to the Honor Code language is a more clear defininition of student and faculty responsibilities. While the information is the same, the proposed draft collects all relevant responsibilities into one concise section. It reads:Student Responsibilit...

College Neighbor Files Noise Complaint

By Middlebury Campus

November 13, 2001

Author: Anne DeWitt Local News Editor Gorham Lane resident Allen Israel has filed a legal complaint against Middlebury College regarding the noise produced by Bicentennial Hall. He asserts that the disruptions have decreased his quality of life and, furthermore, that they violate the College's permit for ...

College Designs Winter Term Curriculum Budget, Number of Visiting Instructors Both on the Rise

By Middlebury Campus

November 6, 2001

Author: Devin Zatorski News Editor After sifting through Winter Term course proposals from outside applicants as well as Middlebury faculty members, the Curriculum Committee settled on the 116 offerings in the 2002 Catalogue, a process which this year involved contracting with an "unusual number of v...

Hollowing Out a Space for Local Arts and Crafts

By Middlebury Campus

November 6, 2001

Author: Mary Houde Staff Writer Frog Hollow recently celebrated its 30th anniversary. Though its focus has always been on arts, the variety and development of arts and crafts have changed throughout the years. Most noticeable are the changes that have taken place that allow Frog Hollow to cultivat...

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