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Blind War Will Not Fulfill Vision of Peace

By Middlebury Campus

October 31, 2001

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...

Student Extends Apology to Community

By Guest Contributor

October 31, 2001

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 31, 2001

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...

Student Demands Escort Service

By Middlebury Campus

October 23, 2001

Author: Samuel Rodriquez When delivering a tour yesterday, a concerned mother raised a valuable point: "Does Middlebury have its own escort service? You see, I do not like the idea of my daughter being alone at night. If she wer...

Editorial

By Middlebury Campus

October 23, 2001

Author: Ashley Elpern Editor-in-Chief Putting our Resources to WorkMore than a month after the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, life in America and across the globe has yet to return to normal. With the advent of bio-terrorism...

Fire Safety in Students' Interest

By Middlebury Campus

October 23, 2001

Author: Mariah McKechnie The Commons Administration Office would like to clear up any confusion or concern surrounding the College's fire safety policies and procedures. Every year, the College's Safety Officer Ed Sullivan re...

Vengeful Israeli Policy of Collective Punishment Misguided

By Middlebury Campus

October 23, 2001

Author: Wasim Rahman Another Palestinian mother is grieving in Bethlehem tonight. Her 19-year-old son, Johnny Thaljieh, was shot in Manger Square, only a few yards from the Church of the Nativity, believed to be the birthplace ...

Letters to the Editor Old Science Center Nostalgia

By Middlebury Campus

October 23, 2001

Author: Jonathan Maziarz Old Science Center NostalgiaTo the Editor: It was with great sadness that I read of the imminent demise of the Old Science Center at Middlebury College. Nicha Rakpanichmanee's article, "Science Center's Complex ...

Students blind to world's realities

By Middlebury Campus

October 23, 2001

Author: Drew Pugsley As we sat in the Grille pondering a topic for our article this week, Estye Ross actually had a pretty brilliant idea, believe it or not. We conducted a poll of all of the people in The Grille at about mi...

Letters to the Editor – The Case of the Missing Condoms

By Middlebury Campus

October 23, 2001

Author: Daegan Miller The Case of the Missing CondomsTo the Editor:I know it is generally bad form to begin a letter with a disclaimer, but I feel the circumstances about to be divulged thoroughly warrant just such an apology. Hav...

Campus idealism only choice

By Middlebury Campus

October 23, 2001

Author: Estye Ross I've had a personal revelation of sorts. I admitted to myself that however dedicated I feel to the causes of social justice, I am scared beyond all belief that an outside force might harm my comfortable, upper-middl...

Protecting Patriot's Accomplishments

By Middlebury Campus

October 23, 2001

Author: Abigail Ward United We Stand." This phrase is all over since Sept. 11, and these three words are comforting for a shaken nation. However, I feel like this phrase is not representative especially of the college population ...

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