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Where in the world is Allison Stanger?

Where in the world is Allison Stanger?

By NORA PEACHIN

October 3, 2019

Professor Allison Stanger is going into her third year on academic leave from Middlebury, and students have started to wonder where she is.

Dead Parents Society leads weekend getaway

Dead Parents Society leads weekend getaway

By GRACE GILLOOLY

October 3, 2019

For students who have lost parents, the Society offered their first ever weekend trip to escape Fall Family Weekend.

Re-structured Disability Resource Center expands its scope

Re-structured Disability Resource Center expands its scope

By SOPHIA McDERMOTT-HUGHES

October 3, 2019

The new office location and name represent a deeper shift in how the office hopes to promote inclusivity and help students with disabilities.

Update on SGA ‘13 Proposals’

Update on SGA ‘13 Proposals’

By PORTER BOWMAN

October 3, 2019

The Student Government Association (SGA) Senate ended the last semester with threats of dissolution if the administration did not comply with a series of 13 proposals. This year, the new senate hopes to move in a new direction.

Student voting participation triples from 2014 to 2018 midterm elections

Student voting participation triples from 2014 to 2018 midterm elections

By NORA PEACHIN

September 26, 2019

Student voting initiatives helped to boost the percentage of students who voted from 15% to 51% in four years.

Security cameras to be installed on campus

By JAMES FINN

September 26, 2019

Administrators outlined a plan to implement new security systems on Middlebury’s campus, including stationary security cameras at “high-priority locations,” in an all-school email Tuesday afternoon. Exterior building entrances and exits, locations where thefts have occurred and areas used for lar...

Who’s Behind Bigg-A-Bed?

Who’s Behind Bigg-A-Bed?

By CECELIA SCHEUER

September 26, 2019

Many students are sick of sleeping in beds that are too small for them. Adam Wisco decided to do something about it.

Title IX office fundamentally restructured

By HANNAH BENSEN

September 26, 2019

The Title IX office underwent structural and staff changes this year. The new team is focused on transparency and education about all the resources the office has to offer.

Health and Wellness Education Office expands staff, programming

Health and Wellness Education Office expands staff, programming

By LUCY TOWNEND

September 26, 2019

Health and Wellness Education added three full-time employees and one part-time employee. The expansion will help the office further develop existing programs and focus on new initiatives.

June Forum: a space for educators to learn and grow

By BECCA AMEN

September 26, 2019

June Forum is an annual event hosted at Bread Loaf that brings together professors from all over the country and the world to exchange ideas.

Administration opens conversation on new student center, Battell renovations

Administration opens conversation on new student center, Battell renovations

By RILEY BOARD

September 26, 2019

“Battell renovation is not a myth anymore,” said Dean of Student Baishakhi Taylor said. “We are seriously looking into it. Everyone talks about it, it’s time.”

Energy 2028 update: College partners with Goodrich Farm on anaerobic digester project

Energy 2028 update: College partners with Goodrich Farm on anaerobic digester project

By CECELIA SCHEUER

September 19, 2019

Middlebury College, working in collaboration with local partners, broke ground on an anaerobic digester facility at the end of August. The project will provide the college with a new source of renewable energy.

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