Panther Day: Midd in Two Forms

Panther Day: Midd in Two Forms

By EMMA PATCH

October 25, 2018


Filed under News, Showcase

The first came in the form of Panther Day and a parade from the homecoming football game to the annual Harvest Festival, new college traditions aimed to bolster school spirit. The second came in the form of a protest, one calling for the college to increase support for survivors of sexual assault.

First-Year Show Brings Together Original Short Plays

First-Year Show Brings Together Original Short Plays

By HATTIE LeFAVOUR

October 11, 2018


Filed under Arts & Academics, Showcase

The cast of “You Are Here,” the 23rd annual First Year Show discusses self-exploration and love.

VT Folklife Center Explores Grass-Roots Food Movement with ‘Growing Food, Growing Farmers’

VT Folklife Center Explores Grass-Roots Food Movement with ‘Growing Food, Growing Farmers’

By NINA CRUZ

October 11, 2018


Filed under Local, Showcase

The "Growing Food, Growing Farmers" project at the VT Folklife Center displays local farmers in Rutland County.

‘Improvathon’ Raises Money For Charter House with Pies in the Face

‘Improvathon’ Raises Money For Charter House with Pies in the Face

By ELLIE ANDERSON

October 4, 2018


Filed under News, Showcase

Student improv groups host a Friday fundraiser for the Charter House Coalition (CHC) and raise $800.

‘The Foreigner’s Home’ Explores Morrison’s Vision of Otherness

‘The Foreigner’s Home’ Explores Morrison’s Vision of Otherness

By YVETTE SHI

September 27, 2018


Filed under Arts & Academics, Showcase

"The Foreigner's Home," a potentially life-changing film, encompassing the theme of Otherness, screened at the Annual Clifford Symposium.

Students Combat High Prices By Launching Bookselling Website

Students Combat High Prices By Launching Bookselling Website

By LUCY GRINDON

September 27, 2018


Filed under News, Showcase

A new bookselling platform, MiddBooks, was created to counter the increasing frustration that the college's new virtual bookseller has spurred.

Approaching Difference in Toni Morrison’s ‘Recitatif’

Approaching Difference in Toni Morrison’s ‘Recitatif’

By MONIQUE SANTOSO

September 27, 2018


Filed under Arts & Academics, Showcase

The Clifford symposium included an adaptation of a thought-provoking performance on her short story "Recitatif."

A Bun Bakery by Day, Italian Restaurant by Night: A Local Couple to Reinvent The Lobby

A Bun Bakery by Day, Italian Restaurant by Night: A Local Couple to Reinvent The Lobby

By SADIE HOUSBERG

September 27, 2018


Filed under Local, Showcase

While some may be disappointed to say goodbye to The Lobby and half-priced burger nights, it seems The Arcadian and Haymaker Bun Co. have a lot to offer.

“He was too good”: Remembering Former College Employee Suad Teocanin

“He was too good”: Remembering Former College Employee Suad Teocanin

By NICK GARBER

September 20, 2018


Filed under Local, Showcase

Friends and coworkers remember Suad Teocanin, months after he froze to death in town.

Koby Altman ’04 Facebook Live Interview: Campus Editor James Finn Speaks with Cavaliers GM

Koby Altman ’04 Facebook Live Interview: Campus Editor James Finn Speaks with Cavaliers GM

By JAMES FINN

September 14, 2018


Filed under Showcase, Sports

 Koby Altman '04, the current general manager of the NBA Cleveland Cavaliers, will be interviewed today on Facebook Live by James Finn, The Campus' senior opinion editor. Their conversation will air live on the Middlebury College Facebook page from 12-12:30. Altman has returned to campus to participa...

From Carol’s to The Lobby, Stores are Closing in Downtown Middlebury

From Carol’s to The Lobby, Stores are Closing in Downtown Middlebury

By SADIE HOUSBERG

September 13, 2018


Filed under Local, Showcase

Stroll down Main Street this afternoon and you may find a vastly different landscape from the downtown of semesters past.  The “For Sale,” “For Lease,” and “Markdowns up to 70% off” signs, as well as unfamiliar shop windows and the conspicuous rail bridge construction project are unavo...

Power Outage Hits College Night Before Classes; Causes Flash Light Party

Power Outage Hits College Night Before Classes; Causes Flash Light Party

By AMELIA POLLARD

September 11, 2018


Filed under News, Showcase

A power outage struck the college and parts of town Monday, plunging students here into darkness the night before the first day of classes. The outage occurred just before 10 p.m., when a fallen branch struck utility equipment on the portion of Weybridge Street between Shannon Street and Murdock ...

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