EDITORIAL Ambiguous Commons for an Ambivalent Community

By Middlebury Campus

October 1, 2002

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Author: [no author name found] Ambiguous Commons for an Ambivalent CommunityWe live on a changing campus. As each shovel of earth is lifted from the ground around the two newest building sites within College boundaries – at the...

Student Demands More Courting from Candidates

By Middlebury Campus

October 1, 2002

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Author: [no author name found] As I was rubbing the sleep out of my eyes a few mornings ago, I was quickly awakened by something I very much hoped I wasn't seeing. Yes, sad to say, when my computer opened up to the Middlebury ...

Student Asks Who Will Replace Saddam Hussein?

By Middlebury Campus

October 1, 2002

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Author: [no author name found] President George W. Bush may have offered an articulate rationale to Congress, to the United Nations and to the American public for a war on Iraq. However, and alarmingly so, he has failed to offer a ...

McCabe Responds to Criticism

By Middlebury Campus

October 1, 2002

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Author: [no author name found] Well, let me first take this moment to thank everyone who read my article about Middining, and those of you who became so belabored with its flagrant injustice that you wrote in to The Campus. I w...

Reflections on Family Weekend

By Middlebury Campus

October 1, 2002

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Author: [no author name found] Hide the beer! Stuff those stolen dishes under the bed! Put on that shirt grandma made you! No, no! Faster, you idiot! They'll be here any minute! But, oh no! It's too late. (Cue horror music) The ...

Professor Casts Doubt on Ritter's Position on War with Iraq

By Middlebury Campus

October 1, 2002

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Author: [no author name found] Last week, Scott Ritter declared that Iraq poses no threat to the world and demanded evidence "before military action is taken." He obviously didn't read the authoritative December 1998 New Republic...

Commons Defends Blood Drive Policy

By Middlebury Campus

October 1, 2002

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Author: [no author name found] In response to the letter in the September 25th edition of The Campus written by Kristina Rudd '03, the Atwater Commons Council does not feel that we should cease our sponsorship of the fall blood ...

EDITORIAL A Dangerous Silence

By Middlebury Campus

September 24, 2002

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Author: [no author name found] The College — administrators in Old Chapel and of the commons system and the staff of the Center for International Affairs, specifically — should be commended for their forethought in inviting...

EDITORIAL Acting on its Charge

By Middlebury Campus

September 24, 2002

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Author: [no author name found] Among the many topics that dominated campus news last spring, none provoked more vociferous discussion than the College's policy on sexual assault. From a debate that initially took place silently on...

There's More to Midd Than Parking and Paninis

By Middlebury Campus

September 24, 2002

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Author: Richard Saunders Ah yes, it must be fall. I know that because, just about the time leaves change color, a Middlebury student writes an article for The Campus on his or her outrage at the state of College food. Later this ...

Clarifying the "No English Spoken Here" Policy During the Summer

By Middlebury Campus

September 24, 2002

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Author: Robert J. Keren In his column "Summer Workers Demand Respect from Language Schools," (The Middlebury Campus, Sept. 13, 2002) Vinay Jawahar '03 asks the question "…why is it so much worse to hear English than any of the ...

Off-Campus parties Can Lead to Wreckless Behavior

By Middlebury Campus

September 24, 2002

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Author: Sarah McCabe "Should the Dean of Student Affairs come to believe that the activities of a [social] house are a detriment to the life of the larger College community, he or she may recommend to the president that the ho...

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