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Freshman of the Week: Bella Di Benedetto ’24

Although freshman midfielder Bella Di Benedetto proudly wears number eight as a Panther, she is pictured above playing for her high school, Phillips Academy Andover.
December 3, 2020
Read about first year soccer player Bella Di Benedetto and her experience as a student and athlete during a semester like no other.

Siefer’s Scoop Podcast: A semester in review

Siefer's Scoop Podcast: A semester in review
November 19, 2020
A semester in review of The Siefer's Scoop Podcast!

YouPower puts new outdoor spin on fitness classes

YouPower has a whole new look this semester. Although classes used to be taught in the Freeman International Center, they’re now held outside in Ridgeline parking lot to allow for social distancing.
November 12, 2020
Read about how Middlebury's student-run spin studio has adjusted this fall in order to continue offering spin classes.

Throwback Thursday: This day in 2005, Lyon spearheads comeback against Tufts

One week after being named NESCAC Offensive Player of the Week, Tiger Lyon ’06, led the Panthers to victory against Tufts.
November 12, 2020
Tiger Lyon '06 led the Panthers to victory against Tufts on November 12th of 2005.

Siefer’s Scoop Episode #7: Alex Stimpson ’23, men’s squash

Siefer’s Scoop Episode #7: Alex Stimpson ’23, men’s squash
November 12, 2020
Listen to Alex Stimpson '23 of the men's squash team in conversation with Blaise Siefer. The two talk about how practices are structured and how the team is bonding.

Student athletes help Middlebury become student voter registration frontrunner in NESCAC, country

The Athletics Office promoted SAAC’s Midd Team Challenge via their Instagram account in order to encourage varsity sports teams on campus to prioritize democratic engagement by signing pledges, spreading awareness and registering to vote.
October 29, 2020
Read about the work being done by student athletes to get their teammates to commit to vote in this election.

College football, the American presidency and a century of entanglement

On Sept. 16, President Trump confirmed that the Big Ten college football division would be returning for a nine-week season, possibly in order to garner support for the upcoming election.
October 29, 2020
How has college football impacted the 2020 election?

Siefer’s Scoop episode #7: Middlebury student-athletes committed to political activism

Siefer’s Scoop episode #7: Middlebury student-athletes committed to political activism
October 29, 2020
Listen to Blaise Siefer '23 interview Middlebury student-athletes about their experiences as political activists on campus.

Throwback Thursday: This day in 1978, cross country dominates the course

Karin Von Berg ’81 poses with her mentor John Estle after capturing 15th place in the Bonne Bell 10,000-meter race in Boston.
October 22, 2020
Read about the incredible cross country races Karin Von Berg '81 ran on Oct. 9th and Oct. 14th in 1978.

Panthers give back to MOVEMIDD forward

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October 15, 2020
Read about the MOVEMIDD Challenge which brought alums together to raise money for the college's financial aid budget.

Siefer’s Scoop Episode #6: Amanda Frank ’23, women’s tennis

Amanda Frank ’23 joins the Siefer’s Scoop podcast to discuss her Middlebury tennis career, as well as her experience interviewing Venus Williams this past spring.
October 15, 2020
On this episode of Siefer's Scoop, Amanda Frank '23 from the women's tennis team talks about what it's like to play tennis during the time of Covid-19, her experience playing tennis growing up and the state of team culture these days. Plus, hear about what it was like to interview Venus Williams!

Jamie Mittelman ’10 celebrates female Olympians in new podcast

Jamie Mittelman ’10 celebrates female Olympians in new podcast
October 8, 2020
Read about the Flame Bearers podcast, hosted by Jamie Mittelman '10, which celebrates female Olympians, including two-time mountain biking Olympian Lea Davison '05. The podcast is a part of the student-run Women in Power Conference at the Harvard Kennedy School where Mittelman is studying.
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