Alumni Stand Behind Jeff Byers

By DAVID S. SHUMAN, MACIEJ CEGLOWSKI, BONNIE LEE, ADELINE VOUTCHKOVA-KOSTAL, and JAKUB KOSTAL

May 9, 2019

Filed under Opinion

As alumni of the Middlebury Chemistry Department and former students of Professor Byers, we are truly disheartened by the recent events that transpired as a result of an insensitive Chemistry exam question.

Sex Panther: Crush Lists

By SEX PANTHER

May 9, 2019

Filed under Opinion

So you want to make a crush list? Great! But before you do, maybe take a second to read through these pointers.

I Didn’t Need to Engage with Legutko to Know Homophobia Exists — Did You?

By TAITE SHOMO

May 2, 2019

Filed under Opinion

As one of the main organizers for the protest against Ryszard Legutko’s visit to campus, I have had very little time to focus on anything else.

A Plea to Sensitize Gun Violence Again

By MENDEL BALJON

May 2, 2019

Filed under Opinion

Rabbi Goldstein was always prepared with a candy in his pocket when he asked, “What mitzvah (act of charity) have you done today?”

The Lookbook: Fishnets

By CLARK LEWIS

May 2, 2019

Filed under Opinion

This week, I am featuring one of my favorite hosiery items.

Preconceived Assumptions to Fight Against

By ANTON GALLEGOS

May 2, 2019

Filed under Opinion

Every presentation is a representation of an identity I cling to. I am a first-generation college student.

Letter to the Editor: What are the Liberal Arts?

By RICHARD PORTER

May 2, 2019

Filed under Opinion

From a distance of years and hundreds of miles, it appears Middlebury is unmoored and has lost its distinct sense of self as a place apart.

Against Dissolution

By JOHN GOSSELIN

April 30, 2019

Filed under Opinion

The same people threatening to dissolve the Student Government Association voted in favor of raising your Student Activities Fee by $20 next year after just a few minutes of debate. They considered important changes to SGA bylaws in even less time, changes which would restructure the Finance Committee as a...

Supporting the Hebrew Program, Through Language Tables

By SUBIN CHO

April 28, 2019

Filed under Opinion

My name is Subin Cho, a member of Class of 2019 majoring in Chinese and Japanese. I have been serving as a student manager of Language Tables for 2018-2019 academic year. In light of recent events on campus, and as a man...

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