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Local Airport Stands Still Regarding Security

By Middlebury Campus

January 16, 2002

Author: Nuala O'DonohoeStaff Writer In the wake of Sept. 11 airport security has become an issue for Americans, whether or not they like to fly. Indeed, airport security has not only become an issue, but a preoccupation in the minds of every American. In the past five months larger airports have co...

Student Payroll Goes Digital

By Middlebury Campus

January 16, 2002

Author: Devin ZatorskiNews Editor Dispensing with hardcopy timecards, the Office of Service Learning and Student Employment began requiring that students with on-campus jobs enter their hours online last week, the first step in a College-wide transition to Banner operating software. Charlene Bergland...

Counting on Vermont

By Middlebury Campus

January 16, 2002

Author: Megan Michelson Local News Editor 11Number of years of debate it took for the Vermont legislature to finally pass a resolution to advise Congress to amend the language of the U.S. Constitution to ban the desecration of the American flag, an issue that has resurfaced following the Sept. 11 terrorist ...

MADD For Prevention, Support Mothers Against Drunk Driving Opens New Chapter

By Middlebury Campus

January 16, 2002

Author: Karen Acheson Staff Writer Three in every 10 Americans will be involved in an alcohol related driving accident at some point during their lives. In the state of Vermont, 38.9 percent of traffic deaths are a result of alcohol consumption. Fortunately, an organization called Mothers Against Dru...

Dishing it Out

By Middlebury Campus

January 16, 2002

Author: [no author name found] Reaching for some incoming plates in the Proctor dish room, President McCardell joined students in helping to wash dishes, giving dining hall employees a paid night off. As part of a new initiative spearheaded by Oren Frey '02, students, faculty and staff endeavor to build a ...

College Ponders Reducing Recruited Athlete Admits

By Middlebury Campus

January 16, 2002

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...

Off-Campus Robbery Cases Solved

By Middlebury Campus

December 5, 2001

Author: Elizabeth Logue Managing Editor The robbery investigation of two separate houses in the town of Middlebury culminated in two arrests. Brayton Gillett, 20, and Justin Gillet, 17, both of Middlebury, were charged with possession of stolen property after the Middlebury Police Department obtained a ...

Authorities Launch Investigation of Hadley Robbery and Assault

By Middlebury Campus

December 5, 2001

Author: Elizabeth Logue Managing Editor The assault and robbery of a sophomore Hadley student prompted administrators at Middlebury College to mandate the locking of the exterior entrances to dormitories and college-owned houses. Associate Dean of Student Affairs and Director of Public Safety Elizabeth B...

Substance Free, Open Draws to Occur Simultaneously

By Middlebury Campus

December 5, 2001

Author: Claire Bourne News Editor Room Draw 2002, scheduled to begin on Monday, April 1, will be completed in five days rather than over the course of a month, as has been past policy. In addition, the substance free draws will be conducted simultaneously with open class draws, and social houses will ...

Lockdown Sparks Student Dissatisfaction SGA Calls 'Emergency' Meeting to Address Grievances

By Middlebury Campus

December 5, 2001

Author: Claire Bourne News Editor The Student Government Association (SGA) Senate will convene in an "emergency" session tentatively scheduled for Thursday at 9 p.m. in the Robert A. Jones '59 Seminar Room to discuss the College's decision to lock all residence halls. The meeting, which is open to the Co...

'Inspiring' Samson Selected to Carry Flame in Olympic Torch Relay

By Middlebury Campus

December 5, 2001

Author: Devin Zatorski News Editor In an event designed to ignite the Olympic spirit for the 2002 Winter Games, Katie Samson '02.5 will join the 7,200 torchbearers selected to carry the Olympic Flame on a 65-day, 13,500-mile journey spanning 46 states. The route begins in Atlanta, Ga., where the torch la...

Applications Surge for Early Decision

By Middlebury Campus

December 5, 2001

Author: Craig Szela Middlebury College boasted a record 583 early decision applications this year, compared to last year's record number of 550. Dean of Enrollment Planning Mike Schoenfeld stated, "It's about the eighth or ninth record in a row [and] reflects a national [early decision] trend." He as...

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