Donahue Leaves After Three Decades at Middlebury

Donahue Leaves After Three Decades at Middlebury

By KENSHIN CHO

November 1, 2018


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Dave Donahue leaves Middlebury, where he was engaged in both the college's administration and the surrounding community, for Florida.

Journalist Sue Halpern on Election Hacking

Journalist Sue Halpern on Election Hacking

By AMELIA POLLARD

November 1, 2018


Filed under Election 2018, News

Scholar-in-residence Sue Halpern sits down to talk about U.S. election security and Russian meddling in 2016. What's changed since the last election?

Financial Services Office Unpacks Aid in MiddWorks Session

By GIBSON GRIMM

November 1, 2018


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Middlebury's Financial Aid Office delves into the college's process and statistics in this year's MiddWorks session.

MIDDVOTE WANTS YOU TO VOTE

MIDDVOTE WANTS YOU TO VOTE

By KACEY HERTAN

November 1, 2018


Filed under Election 2018, News

Yes, YOU!

Past College Students Didn’t Go to the Polls

Past College Students Didn’t Go to the Polls

By HANNAH BENSEN

November 1, 2018


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The college's past with midterm election turn out isn't great. Is that going to change this year post-2016?

Two Candidates with College Ties Battle in State’s Attorney Race

Two Candidates with College Ties Battle in State’s Attorney Race

By CAROLINE KAPP

November 1, 2018


Filed under Election 2018, News

Also known as Middlebury College's duel of the husbands.

Blockchain technology club established

By Riley Board

October 28, 2018


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Blockchain technology is intersecting with liberal arts thinking strategies thanks to Pedro Miranda ’19.5 and the college’s new Blockchain Club. Miranda, the founder and president, was inspired to create the club after working at blockchain consulting firm ConsenSys this past summer and wanted to ...

Panther Day: Midd in Two Forms

Panther Day: Midd in Two Forms

By EMMA PATCH

October 25, 2018


Filed under News, Showcase

The first came in the form of Panther Day and a parade from the homecoming football game to the annual Harvest Festival, new college traditions aimed to bolster school spirit. The second came in the form of a protest, one calling for the college to increase support for survivors of sexual assault.

Students Lead Charge to Ban Crisis Pregnancy Center from Campus

Students Lead Charge to Ban Crisis Pregnancy Center from Campus

By JOANNE PARK

October 25, 2018


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A group of students and faculty are circulating a petition to ban a local Crisis Pregnancy Center (CPC) from advertising and participating in on-campus activities.

Parton, SGA Establish Support Group for Survivors

By KENZO OKAZAKI

October 25, 2018


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The counseling department at the Parton Center for Health and Wellness has formed a support group for students who are survivors of sexual violence.  The group will meet every Thursday beginning on Oct. 25. All of the services provided by this group will be free and confidential. The support g...

Stanger and Callanan Talk Murray at Princeton

By CONNOR SLOAN

October 25, 2018


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Professors Allison Stanger and Keegan Callanan criticized ideological homogeneity at the college and emphasized empathy and free thinking in response to controversial ideas at a Princeton University panel discussion last month. 

Burroughs ’83 Presides Over Major Affirmative Action Case

Burroughs ’83 Presides Over Major Affirmative Action Case

By BOCHU DING

October 25, 2018


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The conservative-led group Students for Fair Admissions (SFFA) brought a lawsuit against Harvard, claiming that the university discriminates against Asian applicants. The divisive case has inflamed both opponents and supporters of affirmative action, given the wide impact it could have on higher education.

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