Nia Robinson for SGA President

By THE EDITORIAL BOARD

April 18, 2018

Filed under Opinion

Each year, The Campus endorses a candidates for Student Government Association president. This comes after a sit-down with candidates, in which each is allowed 15 minutes to present their platform and answer questions. Our subsequen...

Explain Simply: Don’t Simply Explain

By CAROLINE BARTLETT

April 18, 2018

Filed under Opinion

Liber: a Latin word that may refer to “book,” or to “liberty” and “freedom.” A liberal arts education is rooted in the idea that there is freedom in understanding. So, while many consider elite liberal arts colleges a ...

My Identity and Navigating Middlebury

By MADISON JEANPHILIPPE

April 18, 2018

Filed under Opinion

***While these are my experiences and personal feelings, I would like to establish that these are not necessarily the feelings of the identities I represent. These are a result of the intersectionality of all of my identities, only ...

SGA Weekly: A Time of Changes

By JIN SOHN, SGA President

April 18, 2018

Filed under Opinion

Dear Middkidds, With less than five weeks left, the SGA Cabinet and Senate are continuing to work hard on ongoing and new initiatives. Be sure to voice your thoughts by reaching out to your student class and commons representati...

A Chance to Work Together

By THE EDITORIAL BOARD

April 11, 2018

Filed under Opinion

Last Friday, the SGA announced the creation of a new program called Middworks. “Middworks,” an email sent to all students explained, “is a new program created [...] to share information and experiences and to build a gre...

My Strength is My Strength

By LAUREN BOYD

April 11, 2018

Filed under Opinion

Growing up, I always wanted to be able to run long distances. I always wanted to be faster, more “in shape.” I thought my athleticism was defined by my ability to run, rather than how I competed in sports. I was led to believ...

‘School Safety’ That Actually Makes Everyone Safer

By EMMA BLISKA

April 11, 2018

Filed under Opinion

This Wednesday, Governor Phil Scott signed Senate Bill 55 into law. This landmark gun control legislation moved rapidly through the Vermont legislature following the shooting in Parkland, Fla. and a near-miss at Fair Haven Unio...

SHARP LEFT: The Familiar Sound of Rattling Sabers

By TEVAN GOLDBERG

April 11, 2018

Filed under Opinion

Here’s some unrequested food for thought: How would you feel if the United States and China decided in, say, 2021, to just go at it in a 20th-century style total war over some latter-day Franz Ferdinand incident? Or how abo...

SGA WEEKLY: Ways to Get Involved & Voice Your Opinions

By JIN SOHN, SGA President

April 11, 2018

Filed under Opinion

Dear MiddKids, This past Sunday in the Cabinet and Senate we discussed the same topics, so I’ll be sharing updates from both meetings together. They were both long meetings, so buckle in! 1. Topic of the Week: SGA has started...

In Favor of Academic Credit for Internships

By JOHN GOSSELIN

April 11, 2018

Filed under Opinion

Junior senator Kailash Pandey is planning to introduce a bill in the SGA Senate this Sunday that would create opportunities to receive academic credit for internships for all students. This step would make internships more ac...

Richard Sander Is Not Who We Need

By THE EDITORIAL BOARD

April 4, 2018

Filed under Opinion

Note: This editorial was accompanied by a news report about Sander’s lecture, which two Campus reporters attended. The editorial was written before the lecture took place. Once again, Middlebury finds itself at the center of a loud...

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