The Middlebury Campus

Applicants Have Right to Protest, College Says


February 28, 2018

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The Middlebury admissions office released a statement on Monday addressing applicants’ involvement in political protest. The college joined over 170 other schools, including nearly all of the NESCAC and the Ivy League, in releasi...

College Disciplines Dunn

College Disciplines Dunn

February 14, 2018

Student Accuses Over 30 Men of Sexual Misconduct on Facebook


December 23, 2017

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A list that appeared in dining halls and dorms accused 33 current or former students of an array of offenses, ranging from emotional manipulation to serial rape.

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Cryptic Email Invites Community to Off-Campus Speech

By Will DiGravio

November 29, 2017

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At half past three on Tuesday afternoon, the Middlebury community received a widespread email invitation to attend an event featuring a “renowned conservative activist,” and hosted by The Preservation Society, a group whose origin a...

Faculty Question Investigation and Diversity Practices


November 8, 2017

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College faculty met for over three hours in a plenary meeting on Nov. 3 in which they passed a motion declaring their commitment to promoting diversity and discussed the investigative procedures resulting from allegations of ...