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...

SGA Weekly: An Introduction

By JIN SOHN, SGA President

April 4, 2018

Filed under Opinion

Dear MiddKids, I recognize that the SGA can and should improve on its communications and transparency to the student body. The Campus serves as a unique way to engage with students, and I hope this column can serve as a way t...

Let’s Talk about Culturally Affiliated Housing

By JULIO TLACHI

April 4, 2018

Filed under Opinion

In case you do not know who I am, my name is Julio Tlachi. I am a guy who likes to “keep it real,” so that is what I will do. I am a first-year student who identifies as Latino/Hispanic. I have learned that being a person of...

“Yes, but How Latina Are You?”

By ISABELLA ALONZO

April 4, 2018

Filed under Opinion

I am constantly asked just “how Latina” I am. I would say this question has come up more and more since coming to college. “So, wait… you aren’t black?” Well, I am  —  I am an Afro-Latina. But what does that even mean t...

First Years: Yes, You Have To Go to JusTalks

By MIYO McGINN, Opinion Editor

April 4, 2018

Filed under Opinion

In 2011, a handful of students gathered in the basement of Ross to talk about what wasn’t being talked about on Middlebury’s campus. How did different experiences of race, class, gender, sexuality and ability impact the lives o...

Our Staff Deserve Better

By THE EDITORIAL BOARD

March 21, 2018

Filed under Opinion

In an op-ed published in last week’s edition of The Campus, Professor Noah Graham discussed the massive paychecks allotted to top administrators at the college. During the 2015–2016 fiscal year, these included numbers like $4...

In Support of Equal Opportunity in the Public Sphere

By LAURIE ESSIG, JON ISHAM, MICHAEL SHERIDAN AND MARION WELLS

March 21, 2018

Filed under Opinion

As faculty members who helped to spread the word about the Mar. 14 school walkout led by students from the Middlebury Union High School, we were gratified to see such a large turnout this morning from the college community, in...

Why Middlebury Should Implement an Internal Carbon Charge

By BRANDON SMITH

March 21, 2018

Filed under Opinion

This is the third in a series of three op-eds from the carbon pricing campaign at Middlebury. The first was focused on the federal level, the second was focused on carbon pricing in Vermont and this one endorses a carbon pricin...

#Fight4BirthControl

By ALLIE STEVENS ON BEHALF OF THE FEMINIST ACTION MIDDLEBURY (FAM)

March 21, 2018

Filed under Opinion

Fifty-three percent. According to a study done in 2013 by College Factual, this is the percentage of our student body that identifies as female, and the percentage that constantly has to worry how their college hookups with a man ma...

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