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...

IHC Issues Pledge-Related Proposal

By Middlebury Campus

November 6, 2001

Author: Tim McCahill Assistant News Editor Members of the Inter-house Council (IHC), the governing body of all the College's social houses, convened on Tuesday, Oct. 30 to draft a proposal responding to the actions of an Alpha Delta Phi (ADP) pledge class member during the Homecoming football game half t...

Theater Restoration Hopes to Invigorate Community

By Middlebury Campus

November 6, 2001

Author: Anne Dewitt Local News Editor Beginning its early descent toward the horizon, the sun beams through the stained glass windows of the red brick building at the corner of Pleasant Street and Merchant's Row, illuminating a huge, empty space that Town Hall Theater, Inc. hopes will soon serve again...

Administration Presents NESCAC Report to Student Senate

By Middlebury Campus

November 6, 2001

Author: Claire Bourne News Editor Associate Provost Tim Spears and Director of Institutional Research and Analysis Rebecca Brodigan presented the New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) study on the relationship between athletics and academics to the Student Government Association (SGA) on Su...

Future of Page One, Community Friends Hangs in Balance

By Middlebury Campus

November 6, 2001

Author: Lindsey Whitton Community Friends and the Page One Literacy Project, two of the largest community service programs that Middlebury College students are involved with, are simultaneously dealing with unrelated financial uncertainties. Community Friends' DilemmaCommunity Friends is a program that mat...

Compliance Check Suspends Grille Alcohol Sales

By Middlebury Campus

November 6, 2001

Author: Ashley Elpern Editor-in-Chief An employee of The Grille was fined $120 after the Vermont Department of Liquor Control (DLC) Inspector issued a compliance check at The Grille on Sunday, Oct. 28 after the employee served an underage drinker. The Grille will receive a three-day suspension of its liqu...

Selgrade Finalist for Vermont Student Citizen Award

By Middlebury Campus

November 6, 2001

Author: Becky Ruby Staff Writer Sara Selgrade '02 has been working with Project Independence, a day care center for the elderly in the town of Middlebury, since she was a first-year student. Selgrade said that earlier this fall she saw another opportunity for her to help Project Independence: the Vermo...

SGA Confronts Apathetic Student Body

By Middlebury Campus

November 6, 2001

Author: Nicha Rakpanichmanee While the Student Government Association (SGA) has traditionally been considered the voice of the student body, representing popular opinion on a wide range of issues, its effectiveness as a forum for student grievances periodically comes into question.In the 1970s, without...

Proctor Panther Statue Presumed Stolen

By Middlebury Campus

November 6, 2001

Author: Becky Ruby Staff Writer The large panther statue, a long-time fixture of Proctor Hall that sat on top of the bagel and toaster station in the food service area, was stolen Thursday night. According to Kit Quesnel, assistant manager of dining services, a person or group of people forcefully br...

Community Panel Highlights Local Emergency Plans

By Middlebury Campus

November 6, 2001

Author: Elizabeth Logue Managing Editor Those afforded the responsibility of protecting Addison County are not relying solely on Vermont's numerous mountains to protect its inhabitants from terrorism. Last Thursday, Addison County Emergency Planning hosted a forum on terrorism for the citizens of and stud...

Challenge to Academic Freedom Bypasses Middlebury

By Middlebury Campus

November 6, 2001

Author: Claire Bourne News Editor Since Sept. 11 Middlebury College professors, as well as faculty members from institutions of higher education across the country, have utilized class time to discuss issues related to the terrorist attacks. Some have simply touched upon these topics in class discu...

Revamped Crest Room Opens for Student Use

By Middlebury Campus

November 6, 2001

Author: Peter Simon Staff Writer To accommodate the growing needs of Middlebury College's 120 student organizations, the Crest Room in the McCullough Student Center has been converted into an all-purpose leadership center, including meeting space, a conference room and office equipment. "It's grea...

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