National Security Expert Talks Russia Investigation

By CHRIS GERNON

October 4, 2018


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The Campus speaks with Garrett Graff about his reporting on the Russia investigation.

Julia Alvarez’ Border of Lights Organization to Host Commemorative Vigil to Parsley Massacre

Julia Alvarez’ Border of Lights Organization to Host Commemorative Vigil to Parsley Massacre

By TREASURE BROOKS

October 4, 2018


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Border of Lights (BOL), an organization founded by the college’s Writer-in-Residence Emerita Julia Alvarez, will be holding a spiritual gathering on campus on Oct. 5 to mark the 81st anniversary of the Parsley Massacre. In 1937 Dominican troops slaughtered over 13,000 Haitians under the orders of ...

Income Tax Policy and Economic Growth: A lecture by Andrew A. Samwick

By CHLOE FLEISCHER

October 4, 2018


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Dartmouth Professor Dr. Andrew A. Samwick predicted a looming economic recession and proposed a four-pronged plan to correct our fiscal and tax policies in a lecture on Sept. 26th. Samwick also explained the decisions contributing to this current economic state to a packed conference room in the Robert A...

Students Combat High Prices By Launching Bookselling Website

Students Combat High Prices By Launching Bookselling Website

By LUCY GRINDON

September 27, 2018


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A new bookselling platform, MiddBooks, was created to counter the increasing frustration that the college's new virtual bookseller has spurred.

Students with Disabilities: New Student Org Founded to Inform Through Community Building

Students with Disabilities: New Student Org Founded to Inform Through Community Building

By KATE CRISCITIELLO

September 27, 2018


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A new community of students with disabilities hopes to help individuals build relationships and share support through group meetings and social activities.

Timely Symposium Explores “The Origin of Others”

Timely Symposium Explores “The Origin of Others”

By EMMA PATCH

September 27, 2018


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This year's Clifford Symposium tackled questions of race and difference by centering on the works of Toni Morrison.

Members of Hillel Build Structure For Sukkot Holiday

Members of Hillel Build Structure For Sukkot Holiday

By ERIC KAPNER

September 27, 2018


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A Sukkah, a tent-like structure constructed in conjunction with the Jewish harvest festival, was constructed outside BiHall by Hillel in traditional commemoration.

College Gets Grant to Fund Discourse Post-Murray

By KENZO OKAZAKI

September 27, 2018


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With a grant of $800,000, the college hopes to facilitate several workshops over the next three years to tackle navigating controversial ideas.

Why The Campus Costs More to Print

By SARAH ASCH

September 27, 2018


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How the national implemented tariff on news printing is currently impacting The Campus.

Interview: NYT’s Jack Ewing Talks Volkswagen Scandal, Upcoming Lecture

Interview: NYT’s Jack Ewing Talks Volkswagen Scandal, Upcoming Lecture

By YVETTE SHI

September 23, 2018


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In September 2015, the Environmental Protection Agency disclosed that the German automaker Volkswagen (VW) had installed devices in 11 million cars that cheated emissions testing, permitting their cars to emit hazardous nitrogen oxide. The reporting of Jack Ewing, Germany correspondent for the N...

What is Envisioning Middlebury?

What is Envisioning Middlebury?

By SARAH ASCH

September 20, 2018


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The nebulous strategic plan of the college, explained.

New Phone Line Will Save You Time at Health Center

New Phone Line Will Save You Time at Health Center

By BEN DOHAN

September 20, 2018


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Sick and don't want to miss classes? New phone triage service streamlines Parton appointments and care.

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