E-lot: College likely to restore some student parking; adds more spaces elsewhere

E-lot: College likely to restore some student parking; adds more spaces elsewhere

By WILL DIGRAVIO

September 4, 2018


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Thirty-three student parking spaces will likely be added to E-lot once construction of the area is complete, a college official told The Campus. The college's announcement came two days after The Campus published an article detailing the elimination of all 115 student parking spaces in E-lot, the area behind Wright Memorial Theater, Allen Hall and Atwater Dining. Bill Bur...

E-lot Student Parking Eliminated

E-lot Student Parking Eliminated

By WILL DIGRAVIO

September 1, 2018


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Spaces will now be reserved for faculty and staff.

Pee Empowered: SheFly Brings Gender Equality to the Outdoors

Pee Empowered: SheFly Brings Gender Equality to the Outdoors

By SARAH ASCH

August 15, 2018


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Peeing on an Alaskan glacier was so frustrating for Georgia Grace Edwards '18, she decided to start an outdoor clothing company. “I was spending anywhere from eight to 12 hours a day on the ice,” she said. “I found myself having to trek across the glacier for privacy, completely remove three...

Destruction of E Lot, Construction of New Building Begins

Destruction of E Lot, Construction of New Building Begins

By WILL DIGRAVIO

July 30, 2018


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E Lot is no more, kind of. The college broke ground on a temporary office behind Wright Memorial Theater last week, demolishing the Atwater tennis courts and rendering much of the parking lost behind Wright and Allen Hall inaccessible. Some parking spaces are still available. As reported in The Campus last November, the board of trustees approved the $4.5 million project to h...

Harrison Ford Comes to Campus; Is as Cool as You Think

Harrison Ford Comes to Campus; Is as Cool as You Think

By WILL DIGRAVIO

July 22, 2018


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*Insert cheesy Star Wars lede here* Harrison Ford visited Middlebury College last month! The actor best known for playing Han Solo in Star Wars and the titular role in the Indiana Jones series took a tour with his son, who is a prospective student. By all accounts, he was kind and gracious, ...

Middlebury Will Offer Buyouts to Staff and Faculty to Reduce Deficit

Middlebury Will Offer Buyouts to Staff and Faculty to Reduce Deficit

By NICK GARBER

July 13, 2018


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Middlebury administrators have begun implementing a program to reevaluate faculty and staff positions across the institution — a process that, once completed at the end of the next academic year, could result in significant cuts to the college’s workforce. The plan was announced to college employees...

Doug Adams Resigns as Associate Dean of Students

Doug Adams Resigns as Associate Dean of Students

By ELIZABETH SAWYER

June 27, 2018


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He will become the dean of students at Franklin & Marshall College.

College Executives Make Up Elite of Addison County

College Executives Make Up Elite of  Addison County

By AMELIA POLLARD

May 9, 2018


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In recent months, executive pay has sparked controversy among faculty, staff and students as tax forms and op-eds have prompted a negative response to the salaries of the college’s top administrators. Executives at universities across the country earn high salaries as the competitive job market...

College Plans to Fundraise for Growing Financial Aid

By ELAINE VELIE

May 9, 2018


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Although Middlebury College has yet to set targets for its goal to increase the number of students receiving financial aid, the incoming first-year class will have more students on financial aid than this year’s first-year class. This unexpected increase is due to Middlebury’s need blind admissions policy, ...

Patton Forms New Cabinet of Senior Administrators

By BOCHU DING

May 9, 2018


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President Laurie L. Patton announced changes this week within the senior leadership group, the 17-member advisory council. A nine-member cabinet will be formed out of that group to “improve the efficiency of decision making” in Old Chapel. The new cabinet represents some of Patton’s closest advisor...

Athletes of Color Form Group in Response to Lack of Diversity

By NICOLE POLLACK

May 9, 2018


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The percentage of students of color on sports teams is lower than Middlebury’s already low percentage of students of color on campus. Middlebury is 63 percent white, and of the college’s 2561 students, only 25 percent identify as domestic US students of color, according to the fall 2017 student profi...

GSFS Game Night Explores Feminist and Queer Theories

GSFS Game Night Explores Feminist and Queer Theories

By EMMA PATCH

May 9, 2018


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The Gender Sexuality and Feminist Studies Department (GSFS) hosted the first ever themed game night last Friday in the Chateau Grand Salon. Students and faculty came together to explore feminist and queer theory through games designed and created by students in two GSFS classes. Professor Carly Thom...

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