Andi Lloyd, Biology Professor and Dean of Faculty, Leaving to Attend Divinity School

Andi Lloyd, Biology Professor and Dean of Faculty, Leaving to Attend Divinity School

By ELAINE VELIE

November 15, 2018


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Lloyd, the dean of the faculty and a Biology professor, will leave the college at the end of this academic year to attend divinity school. She is currently applying to schools and plans to become an ordained minister.

New York Times Free Online Access Canceled; Library to Partner with SGA to Fund Next Academic Year

By PORTER BOWMAN

November 15, 2018


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Students will no longer have free access to the New York Times website and online archives after the Times increased the cost of campus-wide access in late October.

Colleges Hosts Annual C3 Conference on Diversity in Higher Education

By CAROLINE KAPP

November 15, 2018


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Over a hundred students from liberal arts colleges gathered this past weekend at the college for the fourth annual Creating Connections Consortium (C3) summit aimed at diversifying higher education.

Hillel Honors 11 Killed in Pittsburgh

Hillel Honors 11 Killed in Pittsburgh

By NICOLE POLLACK

November 8, 2018


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Hillel has focused on providing internal support for the college’s Jewish community in the aftermath of the shooting at Pittsburgh’s Tree of Life Synagogue on Saturday, Oct. 27.

GSFS Professor Sujata Moorti Named Dean of Faculty

By KATE CRISCITIELLO

November 8, 2018


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Sujata Moorti will become the college’s new dean of the faculty and vice president for academic affairs starting July 2019. 

Faculty Vote to Divest

By BOCHU DING

November 8, 2018


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The faculty voted by a wide margin to endorse the Student Government Association (SGA) fossil fuel divestment bill in a Sense of the Faculty Motion on Friday, Nov. 2.

‘He Flashed Me’ : Harassment on Town Roads Often Goes Unreported

By ELAINE VELIE

November 8, 2018


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Many female college students have experienced harassment on town roads during their time in Middlebury. Although there are systems in place to deal with these incidents once reported, silence often surrounds this issue.

Sue Ritter Transitions to New Role

By CATHERINE POLLACK

November 8, 2018


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Title IX Coordinator Sue Ritter ’83 will step down from her current position and become special assistant to the president, associate secretary to the board and director of community relations starting on Thursday, Nov. 15. President Laurie L. Patton announced the move in a school-wide email Monday....

David Provost Talks College Finances

By MATT SMITH

November 8, 2018


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David Provost, the executive vice president for finance and administration, discussed the college’s long-term debt and the ways in which the office is working to stop the continued trend of increased student tuition in a talk on Friday, Nov. 2 as part of SGA’s “How Midd Works” initiative. He...

Community Rallies for Trans Rights with Dancing, Speakers

Community Rallies for Trans Rights with Dancing, Speakers

By SARAH ASCH

November 1, 2018


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Middlebury students participate in a #WontBeErased rally in the wake of the HSHS memo's release on Oct. 21.

The Center Will Hold: Madeleine Kunin Reflects on Aging and Optimism in Politics

The Center Will Hold: Madeleine Kunin Reflects on Aging and Optimism in Politics

By KENZO OKAZAKI

November 1, 2018


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Madeleine Kunin, the only female governor of Vermont reads from her memoir at Middlebury, noting the adversity and challenges women in politics face today.

Map Project Marks Locations of Sexual Assault On Campus

Map Project Marks Locations of Sexual Assault On Campus

By Ben Dohan

November 1, 2018


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The Map Project creates a visual form to display the reality of sexual assault specifically on Middlebury's campus.

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