Bernie Sanders Holds Labor Day Rally in Middlebury

Bernie Sanders Holds Labor Day Rally in Middlebury

By BENJY RENTON

September 5, 2018

Crowds gathered on the Town Green in Middlebury on Monday, September 3 for the annual Labor Day Rally. Similar to previous instances of the event, Senator Bernie Sanders attended and was the culminating speaker in a three-hour lineup, which included Representative Peter Welch, Vermont Senator Chris...

E-lot: College likely to restore some student parking; adds more spaces elsewhere

E-lot: College likely to restore some student parking; adds more spaces elsewhere

By WILL DIGRAVIO

September 4, 2018

Thirty-three student parking spaces will likely be added to E-lot once construction of the area is complete, a college official told The Campus. The college's announcement came two days after The Campus published an article detailing the elimination of all 115 student parking spaces in E-lot, the area behind Wright Memorial Theater, Allen Hall and Atwater Dining. Bill Bur...

E-lot Student Parking Eliminated

E-lot Student Parking Eliminated

By WILL DIGRAVIO

September 1, 2018

Spaces will now be reserved for faculty and staff.

Notes from a day at the Vermont Cheesemakers Festival

Notes from a day at the Vermont Cheesemakers Festival

By AMELIA POLLARD

August 29, 2018

Tasting and maneuvering our way through more cheese than we care to admit.

Pee Empowered: SheFly Brings Gender Equality to the Outdoors

Pee Empowered: SheFly Brings Gender Equality to the Outdoors

By SARAH ASCH

August 15, 2018

Peeing on an Alaskan glacier was so frustrating for Georgia Grace Edwards '18, she decided to start an outdoor clothing company. “I was spending anywhere from eight to 12 hours a day on the ice,” she said. “I found myself having to trek across the glacier for privacy, completely remove three...

Middlebury Will Offer Buyouts to Staff and Faculty to Reduce Deficit

Middlebury Will Offer Buyouts to Staff and Faculty to Reduce Deficit

By NICK GARBER

July 13, 2018

Middlebury administrators have begun implementing a program to reevaluate faculty and staff positions across the institution — a process that, once completed at the end of the next academic year, could result in significant cuts to the college’s workforce. The plan was announced to college employees...

Doug Adams Resigns as Associate Dean of Students

Doug Adams Resigns as Associate Dean of Students

By ELIZABETH SAWYER

June 27, 2018

He will become the dean of students at Franklin & Marshall College.

College Plans to Fundraise for Growing Financial Aid

By ELAINE VELIE

May 9, 2018

Although Middlebury College has yet to set targets for its goal to increase the number of students receiving financial aid, the incoming first-year class will have more students on financial aid than this year’s first-year class. This unexpected increase is due to Middlebury’s need blind admissions policy, ...

Local Masseur Charged With Voyeurism

Local Masseur Charged With Voyeurism

By ALLY MURPHY

May 2, 2018

A local masseur was charged with four counts of voyeurism after he allegedly videotaped four female customers undressing at his business.  The masseur, Roger Schmidt, 53, owner of Roger’s Relaxing Massage Therapy on Court Street in Middlebury, pleaded not guilty in Addison Superior Court on April 16....

College Recruits from Richer, Whiter High Schools than Peers

By BOCHU DING

May 2, 2018

College recruitment data cited in a recent New York Times article reveals a trend of recruitment at whiter and richer high schools, with Middlebury’s recruitment strategy noticeably lacking in comparison to its peers that demonstrate a more diversity-conscious approach.  The article, “Colleges Recruit at Richer, Wh...

Robinson Elected SGA President

Robinson Elected SGA President

By ERIC KAPNER

April 25, 2018

Last week’s student government elections saw impressive voter turnout. In total, 1,730 students voted, which is about 68 percent of the college’s student body. This is more than double last year’s turnout of around 30 percent, and is 12 percent higher than national turnout for the 2016 U.S. presidential...

Justice Department Opens Probe into College’s Early Decision Practices

Justice Department Opens Probe into College’s Early Decision Practices

By SABINE POUX

April 18, 2018

The U.S. Department of Justice is investigating Middlebury and at least nine other elite colleges and universities for potentially violating antitrust laws in early decision (ED) admissions practices. In an April 6 letter sent to these colleges, the DOJ said it had “opened an investigation into...

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