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Student/Faculty Responsibility

By Middlebury Campus

November 14, 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 14, 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 ...

Forum Turns to History to Help Understand Moment

By Middlebury Campus

November 14, 2001

Author: Devin Zarkowsky Staff Writer Middlebury community members gathered at 7 p.m. last Wednesday, Nov. 7, at the Ilsley Public Library to partake in a community forum framing the Sept. 11 tragedies in a local historical perspective. Prefacing comments applauded Middlebury College workers, who worked ...

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

By Middlebury Campus

November 14, 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...

Revamped Crest Room Opens for Student Use

By Middlebury Campus

November 7, 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...

Intelligence Expert Plans Second Winter Term Visit

By Middlebury Campus

November 7, 2001

Author: Tim McCahill Assistant News Editor Former French Ministry of Defense Official Alexis Debat will return to Middlebury this Winter Term to teach a course entitled "Spies for the New Disorder: The C.I.A. and U.S. Intelligence in the 21st Century." Debat taught a similar course last Winter Term...

Faced with Building Issue, New Hotel Seeks to Fill Market Gap

By Middlebury Campus

November 7, 2001

Author: Devin Zarkowsky Staff Writer With seasonal regularity, Middlebury College parents inundate local lodgings with reservation requests only to find themselves relegated to various potluck room drawings. Proximal temporary living space for popular College events, such as graduation and the twi...

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

By Middlebury Campus

November 7, 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 7, 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 7, 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 7, 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...

Future of Page One, Community Friends Hangs in Balance

By Middlebury Campus

November 7, 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...

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