Should the School Day Begin Later? Delayed Starts, Morning Athletic Practices Under Consideration

By Middlebury Campus

January 15, 2002

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Author: President John McCardell, Jr. I have just returned from the annual convention of the NCAA, where I have begun a term as vice chair of the Division III President's Council. While there, I attended a session at which Ja...

QUICK TAKES

By Middlebury Campus

December 4, 2001

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Author: [no author name found] BOOYAH!Midd-kid Katie Samson '02 to make us proud carrying the Olympic Torch.BOOHOO!Where's the snow? Our Reef Sandals are getting stuck in the mud.BOOYAH!Old Storrs Ave. duplex relocated to make room for n...

Duking it Out Santas In Proctor Commercialism Overload or Pretty Decorations?

By Middlebury Campus

December 4, 2001

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Author: & Nothing Wrong With a Little Holiday CheerDrew Pugsley '04I would like to preface this article by saying that Estye chose this week's topic. So if you have not done so, I would suggest that you read Estye's colum...

Bin Laden Has Gotten Eveything on His Wish List This Year

By Middlebury Campus

December 4, 2001

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Author: Drew Bennet '02 Congratulations America, you finally found a new enemy! Now it's time for another one of those wars that's not really declared, but lots of people are gonna die, and there's a red scare — I mean ther...

Open Dialogue And Open Mind About Israel And Palestine A Must

By Middlebury Campus

December 4, 2001

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Author: Wasim Rahman '02 In the Nov. 14 Middlebury Campus, two students, Amichai Kilchevski and David Schwartz, deliberately misrepresented and sensationalized efforts by their fellow Middlebury students to increase campus awar...

Students Get Milealage Out of SGA

By Middlebury Campus

December 4, 2001

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Author: Kevin King '02 A little over two months ago the Student Government Association (SGA) completed highly successful and contested fall elections, and held its first meeting of the year. I write today to reflect on what the...

Elderly Deserve Equal Human Rights Too

By Middlebury Campus

December 4, 2001

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Author: Namik Kirlic '05 Our first year, all students here at Middlebury College must take their first-year seminar class. My class is Human Rights in Post-Colonial Societies, where we read and learned a lot about human right...

"Yellow Fleet" Saves Cash and Gas

By Middlebury Campus

December 4, 2001

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Author: Rachel Cotton '03 We're the people who ticketed everyone's Sports Utility Vehicles (SUV) last year. We also fixed up a bunch of bikes, hoping that they would be taken for rides, loved and left in appropriate locations a...

Editorial Fostering Bonds Between Houses and Community

By Middlebury Campus

November 27, 2001

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Author: [no author name found] As the second annual review of social and academic interest houses gets underway, with the Community Council Subcommittee on Social and Academic Interest Houses evaluating the mission statements ...

No World Peace Without Force

By Middlebury Campus

November 27, 2001

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Author: Ben LaBolt Liberal columnists have discussed the negative repercussions American intervention has had on the world, how its imperialist policies have incited our current state of affairs and how further military interventio...

Uprising Result of Israeli Supression

By Middlebury Campus

November 27, 2001

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Author: Hosam Mekdad In a desperate attempt to defend Israeli occupation, David Schwartz and Amichai Kilchevsky threw around random and baseless accusations, only to support them with even worse analogies that were hurtful, inappr...

Israel and America Are They Winning Their Respective Battles?

By Middlebury Campus

November 27, 2001

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Author: Brian Ashley I would like to take this week's column to address two very separate issues. One concerns the responses to my last column and the other concerns the United States lead war against the Taliban and terrorism. ...

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