A call to action: Middlebury, it’s time to prioritize our mental healthcare

By ARTHUR MARTINS

August 13, 2019

We are often told that college is a seminal period of our lives; that it is the time in which we grow the most because we leave our home communities, live on our own, and are able to fail and thrive in a liberal academic environme...

Turns out, words have consequences

By TAITE SHOMO

August 7, 2019

In his recent article for The Guardian, Jacek Dehnel recounts the hatred and violence he and others experienced as part of a Polish Pride Parade in Białystok, Poland, where marchers were outnumbered four to one by protestors....

Contra Khan: A Response to “Moss Pushes False Narrative…Yet Again”

By KEVIN MOSS

May 16, 2019

First off, I’d like to thank Mr. Khan for that little trip down memory lane! Let me state right off the bat that I have no regrets about standing up for the rights of LGBT people and other marginalized groups at Middlebury. I don’t...

Droit de réponse: French and Francophone Studies Speaks Back

By WILLIAM POULIN-DELTOUR

May 13, 2019

Last week’s Campus – the last issue of the academic year – contained two disturbing articles concerning the Department of French and Francophone Studies here at Middlebury College, of which I am currently chair. One, a “news...

Response to “Moss Pushes False Narrative… Yet Again”

By MATTHEW WALKER

May 10, 2019

I may be mistaken, as Alexander Khan's argument in his recent letter to The Middlebury Campus is not always easy to follow and on occasion descends into ad hominem attacks that are frankly below the level of what one should r...

A Response to the Legutko Visit from the Political Science Student Advisory Committee

By POLITICAL SCIENCE STUDENT ADVISORY COMMITTEE

May 9, 2019

In light of events of the recent weeks concerning on-campus speakers, the Political Science Student Advisory Committee believes it is appropriate to contribute our views to the ongoing conversation. We are disappointed tha...

Our Year in Review

By EDITORIAL BOARD

May 9, 2019

We are proud of the work we have done this year, but we recognize there is room for improvement.

Moss Pushes False Narrative… Yet Again

By ALEXANDER KHAN

May 9, 2019

As a future attorney and accidental free-speech advocate, I have been particularly concerned by Professor Kevin Moss’s recent false attacks on political science professors in the fallout from the Legutko lecture cancellation.

Appreciation for Excellent Student Journalism

By JASON MITTELL

May 9, 2019

Please take a moment to consider and appreciate what you are reading — not this specific op-ed, but the larger newspaper or website of The Middlebury Campus.

The (Not) Born This Way Project

By NADANI DIXON, ABBIE HINCHMAN, and MARIA BOBBIT-CHERTOCK

May 9, 2019

We, the members of The BTW Project, seek to trouble popular LGBTQ rights advocates’ ‘Born This Way’ narratives.

A Call to Mothers: Tell Your Daughters It’s Okay to Masturbate

By AMELIA POLLARD

May 9, 2019

From conversations with friends, I am the only female I know whose mother even uttered the word “masturbation” while growing up. In hindsight, I was the lucky one.

The Lookbook: Goodbye Midd

By CLARK LEWIS

May 9, 2019

I am dedicating my last Lookbook article to graduation, or more specifically, the history behind graduation gowns. 

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