Against Dissolution

By JOHN GOSSELIN

April 30, 2019

The same people threatening to dissolve the Student Government Association voted in favor of raising your Student Activities Fee by $20 next year after just a few minutes of debate. They considered important changes to SGA bylaws in even less time, changes which would restructure the Finance Committee as a...

Supporting the Hebrew Program, Through Language Tables

By SUBIN CHO

April 28, 2019

My name is Subin Cho, a member of Class of 2019 majoring in Chinese and Japanese. I have been serving as a student manager of Language Tables for 2018-2019 academic year. In light of recent events on campus, and as a man...

Letter: Past ACLU President Supports Hamilton Forum

By NADINE STROSSEN

April 25, 2019

As a lifelong human rights crusader and immediate past president (1991-2008) of the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), I am convinced that grappling with opposing ideas is an essential strategy for promoting equality, dignity,...

Official Statement by Middlebury Student Organizers Regarding the Events of April 17, 2019

April 25, 2019

We have decided to release this statement in an attempt to clarify the situation, legitimize our perspective, and uphold how these events have affected us as a group and as individuals.

Re-visioning Our Education: A Call to Support SGA’s Proposals

By VEE DUONG and JULIANA DUNN

April 25, 2019

This past week, we were angry. We were disappointed. We were not surprised.

Dear College: Reject This Tale of Two World Views

By SEBASTIAN GRANDIAS

April 25, 2019

National politicians and news media have painted Middlebury as being at the center of an irreconcilable conflict of values.

President Patton, Right the Ship. Please.

By GRIFFIN HALL

April 25, 2019

Seniors at Middlebury will remember President Laurie Patton’s inaugural campaign to promote “rhetorical resilience.”

A Failure of Leadership

By JOEY LYONS

April 25, 2019

Two years after the Charles Murray incident, Middlebury finds itself again ridiculed in the national press.

Letter: Human Mistakes are Inevitable

By JUDY OLINICK

April 25, 2019

The campus will move on to new issues, but the injury to Professor Byers may be very long-lasting.

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