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Town Hall Relocation Project Returns to Where It Started

By Middlebury Campus

October 31, 2001

Author: Anne DeWitt Local News Editor On Tuesday, Oct. 23 John Tenny, chair of the Middlebury Select Board, informed the board that the Middlebury Town Hall will remain in its current location at the convergence of South Main Street and College Street.When the plan of constructing a new building next to ...

Art on Main Shows Mainly Local Artists

By Middlebury Campus

October 31, 2001

Author: Alison Hertel Associate Editor Art on Main, a new gallery in Bristol, officially opened its doors on Monday, Oct. 29. The gallery has been a goal of The Bristol Friends of the Arts (BFA), a non-profit organization in support of the arts made up of Bristol community members, for the past two ye...

Lane Assumes Leadership of CFA

By Middlebury Campus

October 31, 2001

Author: Peter Simon Staff Writer Jennifer Lane has a passion for the arts and the creative process, so it was natural that she would be excited to be offered the job of Director of Middlebury's Center for the Arts (CFA). She assumed her new post in August."I've been extremely impressed by the school...

College Celebrates Homecoming Weekend

By Middlebury Campus

October 31, 2001

Author: Craig Szela Staff Writer The Bicentennial Campaign raised $213 million dollars, $13 million more than its already ambitious goal, remarked Phil Benoit, director of public affairs. This campaign, which concluded on June 30, was celebrated during Homecoming weekend.President John McCardell said abo...

Study Proves Admissions Preference for Athletes

By Middlebury Campus

October 31, 2001

Author: Claire Bourne News Editor A recent study commissioned by the presidents of New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) member schools entitled the "Academic-Athletic Divide" revealed that athletes recruited by NESCAC colleges and universities are accepted at a higher rate than studen...

Tales Not Tricks Celebrate Homecoming

By Middlebury Campus

October 31, 2001

Author: Anne DeWitt Local News Editor This Friday the Palana House will celebrate Halloween with spooky stories from around the world and international cuisine to match.The event is directed primarily toward the Palana Kids, a group of school children of ethnically diverse backgrounds from the local communit...

Pledge Events Suspended After Incident

By Middlebury Campus

October 31, 2001

Following an episode during last Saturday's football game half time show, campus social house pledge events were suspended for two days and are slated to recommence Wednesday evening. The episode, which has been deemed by administrators and some current social house members as an exhibition of poor...

Peace Corps Honors Legacy of College Involvement Since Organization's Inception, 364 Middlebury Graduates Have Served

By Middlebury Campus

October 31, 2001

Author: Gale Berninghausen Staff Writer On Saturday, Oct. 27 Middlebury College received two awards presented by James Arena-DeRosa, Peace Corps manager for the New England Regional Peace Corps Office. The first award, accepted by Executive Director of Career Services Jaye Roseborough, recognized...

College Endowment Contracts as Uncertainty Clouds Market

By Middlebury Campus

October 31, 2001

Author: Devin Zatorski News Editor Amidst a broad economic downturn, college and university endowments collectively plunged billions of dollars in the 2001 fiscal year, posting negative returns for the first time since 1984. While signs of economic vulnerability were evident in the summer months, t...

Council Accepts New Honor Code Language

By Middlebury Campus

October 24, 2001

Author: Lindsey Whitton Staff Writer On Monday, Community Council accepted a new draft of the official Middlebury College policy on academic dishonesty. This revision, written to replace pages 99 and 100 in the 2001-2002 Handbook, reorganizes and clarifies the existing policy and the current structure o...

College Operations Proceed with Caution After Anthrax Scare

By Middlebury Campus

October 24, 2001

Author: Nicha Rakpanichmanee While anthrax diagnoses headline national news, the Middlebury College community—particularly the student body—has responded with reserved concern. Daily routines appear undisturbed, except for some precaution at the mailroom and Recycling Center. Many people attribute t...

Release of Student Records Prompts Privacy Concerns

By Middlebury Campus

October 24, 2001

Author: Tim McCahill and Devin Zatorski, News Editors The release and recall of information pertaining to the academic records of the Class of 2002 has raised new concerns about student privacy and confidentiality among members of the College administration. On Oct. 19, Director of Undergraduate Records Luc...

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