The Middlebury Campus

Facing the Covid-19 crisis

By THE COMMITTEE ON DIVERSITY, EQUITY AND INCLUSION

May 7, 2020

"While the economic crisis is a reality out of our control, our reaction to it and its outcomes are not."

Our approach to changing the grading policy shows how a Middebury education is failing us all

By WILLIAM KELLEY

May 7, 2020

"Our mission statement claims to welcome change. But we were so caught up in trying to preserve our grading system that we were unable to think of creative solutions to this problem."

A response to anti-Semitic vandalism

By THE MIDDLEBURY COLLEGE HILLEL BOARD

April 30, 2020

"Moments of crisis — like the current pandemic — tend to bring out preexisting hatred and prejudices. All minority groups, including the Jewish people, have experienced that backlash at points throughout history."

A student’s refutation of the opt-in pass/fail policy

By MENDEL BALJON

April 16, 2020

"After reading the open letter to faculty on the opt-in policy yesterday, I felt the need to respond with counter-arguments."

This is the time to stand together with our MIIS colleagues

By JESSICA C. TEETS and SHAWNA SHAPIRO

April 16, 2020

"It was with dismay that we read Professor Swenton’s 'Sense of the Faculty Motion' calling for the immediate sale of the Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey."

Let’s build an SGA that cares

By ARTHUR MARTINS

April 16, 2020

"I believe that representation demands connection," writes SGA presidential hopeful Arthur Martins '22.5

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