KenKen Answer Key

By Jessica Cheung

April 30, 2015


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  Designed by Casey Watters '15 Level: Medium* *Corrections: The print edition published on April 30, 2015 stated that the level of difficulty was easy. The actual level of difficulty is medium....

New Club “Debatable” Grapples with Question of Big Oil

New Club “Debatable” Grapples with Question of Big Oil

By Maggie Cochrane

October 6, 2013


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  On Saturday, October 5th, Middlebury's new club Debatable held its first debate in Crossroads Cafe.  The Debatable participants hashed out the pros and cons of Big Oil companies and kept the audience members involved with a Question session as well as an opportunity to state their side.  The club is sc...

The Campus Voice: Is it Worth It?

The Campus Voice: Is it Worth It?

By Kyle Finck

September 22, 2013


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Activities Fair Fall 2013

Activities Fair Fall 2013

By Maggie Cochrane

September 16, 2013


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  After being postponed due to rain, the Activities Fair was held on Hepburn Road on Monday, September 16th.  Students from various clubs and organizations set up tables, offering students opportunities to join groups related to the arts, world cultures, religion, sports, music, and more. ...

The Campus Voice: Breaking the Silence

By Gregory Woolston

September 16, 2013


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On Sunday, Sept. 15 Greta Neubauer and Ian Stewart discussed the role of the media in the conversation about sexual assault on college campuses on WRMC. "How do we talk about sexual assault on college campuses? Who is represented in media coverage? Should this conversation look differently?" They we...

Updated: Community and Country React

Updated: Community and Country React

By Gregory Woolston

September 11, 2013


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As Kyle Finck reported for the Campus earlier this week, "a 2,977 flag memorial was ripped out of the ground in front of Mead Memorial Chapel shortly before 3:00 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 11 by a group of five protestors claiming that the flags were on top of a sacred Abenaki burial site." This coverage supplemented ...

Students Replant Memorial Flags

Students Replant Memorial Flags

By Gregory Woolston

September 11, 2013


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Following a midday protest, in which five individuals removed a temporary memorial commemorating the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks, students gathered on Wednesday evening to replant flags in front of Mead Memorial Chapel. Additional coverage regarding both the protest and response will continue throughou...

Fall 2013 Convocation

By Gregory Woolston

September 8, 2013


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On Sunday, Sept. 8 first-year students gathered in front of Mead Memorial Chapel for convocation in the late afternoon. (Campus/Paul Gerard)...

Pipeline March

Pipeline March

By Leah Pickett

May 7, 2013


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On Tuesday, May 7, students and community members marched across campus to protest the College's support for the construction of a natural gas pipeline from Colchester, VT to Chittenden and Addison County. The march in included roughly 25 students and seven community members and was co-organized by lo...

Taste of Addison County

Taste of Addison County

By Leah Pickett

May 7, 2013


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On Tuesday, May 7, students had the opportunity to sample and purchase local food in the Mahaney Center for the Arts from noon to 2 p.m. The event, "Taste of Addison County," was put on my the Middlebury College Farmstand, which is the College's Online Farmers Market. Local food offered at the event in...

Andrew Delbanco – What College Was, Is, and Should Be

Andrew Delbanco – What College Was, Is, and Should Be

By Maggie Cochrane

April 24, 2013


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On Wednesday, April 24th, Andrew Delbanco of Columbia University gave a talk based on his book College: What it Was, Is, and Should Be.  Delbanco, Director of American Studies at Columbia, has published several books in relation to American Studies and has received the Lionel Trilling Award for two of t...

Students React to “It Happens Here” Event

Students React to “It Happens Here” Event

By Charlotte Gardiner

April 23, 2013


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On Monday, April 22nd, students and faculty gathered in the McCullough Social Space. Student organization, It Happens Here, organized a reading of Middlebury student monologues detailing personal experiences with sexual violence. Of the twenty-three submissions, seventeen were read anonymously and five by a...

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