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Confronting the CIA: Arabic student acquitted of protest policy violation

Confronting the CIA: Arabic student acquitted of protest policy violation

By HANNAH BENSEN

September 19, 2019

A petition is now circulating demanding that Middlebury Language Schools end its relationship with the CIA.

New Vermont law bans tobacco and vaping under 21

New Vermont law bans tobacco and vaping under 21

By RILEY BOARD

September 19, 2019

For Vermont residents under 21, the use, possession and purchase of tobacco products and nicotine delivery systems is no longer legal in the state. The college’s newly-expanded Health and Wellness Education office will oversee efforts to support students seeking to quit smoking, and will spearhead campaigns to inform th...

Middlebury College Democrats host debate watch party

Middlebury College Democrats host debate watch party

By KAYLA LICHTMAN

September 19, 2019

Middlebury College Democrats invited students to watching the third Democratic presidential debate last week in anticipation of the 2020 election.

Inclusivity workshop rolled out for faculty and staff

By SARAH ASCH

September 19, 2019

In response to several incidents of bias in the classroom last spring, the Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion is implementing a new program, which will give employees tools to create a more inclusive campus environment.

Black Studies major begins inaugural year

Black Studies major begins inaugural year

By JAMES FINN

September 12, 2019

Middlebury College will offer a black studies major beginning this fall, the culmination of years of effort by faculty, students, alumni and administrators to provide students with a major focused on the black experience.

Beloved basketball coach Russ Lewis Reilly passes away at 74

Beloved basketball coach Russ Lewis Reilly passes away at 74

By JAMES FINN

September 12, 2019

Russ Lewis Reilly, a beloved assistant men’s basketball coach and former athletic director at Middlebury College, died surrounded by family at his New Haven home on July 24.

Faculty and curriculum changes for upcoming school year

Faculty and curriculum changes for upcoming school year

By NORA PEACHIN

September 12, 2019

Changes this school year include faculty turn over, the splitting of sociology and anthropology into two departments and a new food studies minor.

Students launch new publication Middlebury Independent

Students launch new publication Middlebury Independent

By SARAH ASCH

September 12, 2019

Students Joey Lyons ’21 and Quinn Boyle ’21 are receiving external funding for the Independent, which will feature long-form opinion pieces on controversial topics.

Jesse Masinter ’19 reflects upon legacy of brother Eric Masinter

Jesse Masinter ’19 reflects upon legacy of brother Eric Masinter

By JESSE MASINTER

September 12, 2019

Jesse Masinter ’19 shares memories of his brother Eric Massinter ’21, who passed away this July.

The students’ map: The Campus’s guide to campus

The students’ map: The Campus’s guide to campus

By EMMA BROWN

September 12, 2019

Created by Emma Brown '21, this map provides first-years and seniors alike a comprehensive guide to campus.

SGA President Vijayakumar is ready to lead: here’s what she has to say

SGA President Vijayakumar is ready to lead: here’s what she has to say

By RILEY BOARD

September 12, 2019

Incoming SGA president Varsha Vijayakumar focused her platform on putting student interests first. Now, it’s to put her plans into action.

Let’s talk about SPECS, baby: Students lead new orientation event

Let’s talk about SPECS, baby: Students lead new orientation event

By SADIE HOUSBERG

September 12, 2019

Peer sex educators want students to have easy access to information about sex. Last week, they had the chance to bring their message to first year orientation.

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