No World Peace Without Force

By Middlebury Campus

November 28, 2001

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 28, 2001

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 28, 2001

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. ...

Letter to the Editor Documentary Director Defends His Purpose

By Middlebury Campus

November 28, 2001

Author: Hazim Bitar To The Editor:For David Schwartz and Amichai Kilchevsky to describe the murder of my grandfather and my uncle in 1948 and the killing of 23-year-old Osama Jaddah back in Sept. 29, 2000 by Israelis as propa...

Cambodia's Veiled Atrocities Thirty Years and Counting

By Middlebury Campus

November 28, 2001

Author: Lauren Joseph All college students have, at one time or another, studied the Holocaust. The disturbing facts and appalling pictures of emaciated victims have been ingrained in our heads. For just 60 years ago, these atroc...

Banner Year for Mindless Commons Spending

By Middlebury Campus

November 28, 2001

Author: Kevin King Life at Middlebury may as well be built around the idea that the more work students are assigned, the less time they will have to realize the sheer lunacy of the way the campus around them is run. I, for one,...

Constructive Debate May Untangle Complicated Policy Debate

By Middlebury Campus

November 14, 2001

Author: Becky Ruby I am writing in direct response to Brian Ashley's column, "The Embattled Bipartisan," in the Nov. 7 edition of The Middlebury Campus. However, the gist of my response does not solely address Ashley's article. Th...

U.S. Isolationism Impossible in Integrated World

By Middlebury Campus

November 14, 2001

Author: Michael Greene Throughout my four years at Middlebury, I have firmly maintained my conviction that no one cares what I (or you, or anyone else) thinks and therefore refrained from offering my opinions to the campus comm...

World Bank' Planet Pollution

By Middlebury Campus

November 14, 2001

Author: Wellington Lyons In Cajamarca, Peru lies Yanacocha, the most profitable gold mine in South America. It is also one of the most environmentally destructive operations on the planet. Already one of the largest mines in th...

Editorial – Entrusting the Honor Code to Voters

By Middlebury Campus

November 14, 2001

Author: [no author name found] Entrusting the Honor Code to VotersAfter two months spent deliberating proposed changes to the Middlebury College Handbook language regarding the College's Honor Code, the Community Council and the...

Honor Code in Students' Hands

By Middlebury Campus

November 14, 2001

Author: Brian Elworthy and Erica Rosenthal Students will vote on proposed changes to the Honor Code handbook language during MARS Spring term registration at the end of this week. We want to take this opportunity to share wi...

One Side of Debate Hides Two Sides of Middle East Truth

By Middlebury Campus

November 14, 2001

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...

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