The Student Newspaper at Middlebury College

The Middlebury Campus

Jason Mittell Named to Inaugural Class of Peabody Fellow Scholars

By Will DiGravio, News Editor

January 18, 2017

Filed under News

Jason Mittell, professor of film and media culture, and american studies, has been named to the inaugural class of Peabody Fellow Scholars at the newly formed Media Center at Peabody, a research center and digital media producti...

Hate Speech incidents Confirmed

By Henry Burnett

November 27, 2016

Filed under News

Several incidents of bias and hate rhetoric have been reported to administration following the Nov. 8 presidential election, two administrators confirmed to the Campus in an interview on Monday, Nov. 14. The College’s Community ...

Trump Victory Roils Campus

By Alex Newhouse and Eliza Teach

November 17, 2016

Filed under News

News of Donald J. Trump’s election as the nation’s 45th president sent waves of shock and uncertainty throughout campus, prompting students to stage protests against the president-elect and discussions of what the next four...

Lottery Held for Ridgeline Townhouses

By Will DiGravio

March 23, 2016

Filed under News

A live lottery for the Ridgeline Townhouse Application Process took place in Dana Auditorium on Monday, March 21. 10 of the 12 units were offered, granting 80 senior students to live in the new Ridgeline Townhouses opening this...

SGA Update

By Will DiGravio

March 23, 2016

Filed under News

The March 6 meeting of the Student Government Association (SGA) began with a vote to recommend that President of the College Laurie L. Patton increase the Student Activities Fee by roughly $0.82 in order to keep the fee in line...

SensusAccess App Makes Documents More Accessible

By Elizabeth Zhou

March 23, 2016

Filed under News

This Monday, Mar. 21 marked the launch of SensusAccess, an application that allows Middlebury users to automatically convert documents into a variety of accessible formats. Now free to all students, faculty and staff members at...

New Grille Delivery Services Launches

By Mitch Perry

March 23, 2016

Filed under News

GrillMe, an online Grille delivery service, launched on Feb. 29 and is founded, owned, and operated by Andrew Jung ’16. In its first month of operation, GrilleMe has boosted total Grille sales and has satisfied student demand...

College Faces Budget Concerns

By Ellie Reinhardt

March 23, 2016

Filed under News

As the Student Government Association (SGA) begins to discuss how to budget student organizations, namely club sports, it looks to the College for potential financial support; however, the College is confronted with its own short-term...

Community Council Update

By Nick Garber

March 16, 2016

Filed under News

Community Council met on Tuesday, March 8, and began with a brief presentation by Associate Dean for Judicial Affairs and Student Life Karen Guttentag, and Associate Dean for Judicial Affairs and Student Life AJ Place. Each year,...

Rohatyn Center Discusses Global Food Insecurities

By Sarah Asch

March 16, 2016

Filed under News

The fourth annual International and Interdisciplinary Conference, titled “Food Insecurity in a Globalized World: The Politics and Culture of Food Systems” was hosted at the College’s Rohatyn Center for Global Affairs on...