One Side of Debate Hides Two Sides of Middle East Truth

By Middlebury Campus

November 13, 2001

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Author: David Schwartz and Amichai Kilchevsky For a year and a half, we have watched as Middlebury students have presented blatantly one-sided arguments about why Israel is oppressive, how the Palestinians are being slaughtered...

Afterlife Emptiness, Faith Fulfillment

By Middlebury Campus

November 13, 2001

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Author: Sam Rodriguez The following article expresses pretty controversial ideas with respect to Christianity, and religion in general, today. I ask that those Christians that are especially sensitive to criticism of their re...

ADP Pledges Growth, Education

By Middlebury Campus

November 6, 2001

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Author: John Joy I am writing on behalf of the Middlebury Chapter of Alpha Delta Phi Society (ADP) in regard to the pledge event that took place during half time at the Middlebury football game on Oct. 27. As a result of some las...

Students Can Honor the Code

By Middlebury Campus

November 6, 2001

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Author: Lisa Jasinski The Honor Code referendum strives to undercut the principles of academic honesty at Middlebury College. Minimal and incidental language changes aside, the referendum seeks to dismantle the current judicial sy...

Editorial Taking Responsibility

By Middlebury Campus

November 6, 2001

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Author: [no author name found] Taking ResponsibilityThe events following Alpha Delta Phi's (ADP) Homecoming football game half time show in which a pledge exposed himself to spectators, including students, faculty, administrators...

The Embattled Bipartisan

By Middlebury Campus

November 6, 2001

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Author: Brian Ashley So, Vice President Dick Cheney is off hunting in North Dakota. Oh, that's super; we are "at war" and our second-in-command is off killing helpless animals. No wonder everyone hates us. I know I am probably...

Blind War Will Not Fulfill Vision of Peace

By Middlebury Campus

October 30, 2001

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Author: Ben Spitz In his Oct. 10 opinions article, "Striking Back Against Soldiers of Terror Preserves Our Way of Life," Drew Pugsley '04 makes a less-than-persuasive argument in support of the United States-led attacks on Afghanis...

Escort Service No Joke, But Article Was

By Middlebury Campus

October 30, 2001

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Author: Sam Rodriguez As you well know, my article last week, though it has stirred up controversy, was actually just a silly joke based on an oddly phrased question I received while delivering a tour. Certainly, if anyone r...

Student Extends Apology to Community

By Guest Contributor

October 30, 2001

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I would like to express my deepest apologies for my actions at the halftime intermission at the Middlebury football game Saturday. These actions not only hurt my integrity but that of the school as well, both of which I hold in the highe...

ADP Apologizes for Half Time Fumble

By Guest Contributor

October 30, 2001

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In response to the embarrassing half time show over Homecoming Weekend, I would first like to apologize, on behalf of Alpha Delta Phi (ADP) and as the Inter-House Council (IHC) representative to the administration and the Middle...

Editorial – The Academic-Athletic Divide

By Middlebury Campus

October 30, 2001

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Author: Ashley Elpern Editor-in-Chief The Academic-Athletic DivideGaining admission to competitive colleges is becoming increasingly difficult, but as the recent study commissioned by the presidents of the New England Small C...

Afghan Starvation Collateral Damage or Human Catastrophe?

By Middlebury Campus

October 30, 2001

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Author: Abdur Rahim-Syed The attack on the World Trade Center was morally repulsive as civilians were targeted. As many as 6,000 civilians were killed that day, and both the sanctity of life and the laws of war were left in the...

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