The Campus Voice: Media Leaders

The Campus Voice: Media Leaders

By Kathryn DeSutter

February 24, 2013


Filed under Featured, The Campus Current

What will on-campus media look like in the future? How racially diverse are on-campus media organizations? What kind of programming can listeners expect from WRMC this spring? For the third installment of The Campus Voice, News Editor Bronwyn Oatley ’13 sat down with three on-campus media leaders: Luk...

“B&W” Opens At M Gallery

“B&W” Opens At M Gallery

By Emily Singer

February 23, 2013


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Students gathered at the Old Stone Mill on Friday to celebrate the opening of the M Gallery's newest exhibition, "B&W." The exhibit is made up of student works from Fletcher Professor of Studio Art John Huddleston's ART0327: Black and White Photography class. The class focused on the history of photography...

The Middlebury Moth: Rude Awakenings

The Middlebury Moth: Rude Awakenings

By Leah Pickett

February 22, 2013


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On Thursday, Feb. 21, students packed the Gamut Room for "The Middlebury Moth: Rude Awakenings." The Middlebury Moth, modeled after The Moth New York City, features student storytellers who must tell true stories focused on a specific theme without consulting notes. On Thursday, stories ranged from a ...

CEO of TNC Speaks on ‘Natural Capital’

By Kathryn DeSutter

February 21, 2013


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"Business as usual for the environmental movement isn't getting the job done," said CEO of The Nature Conservancy (TNC) and Middlebury's 2013 Environmentalist-in-Residence Mark Tercek to a full room of students, faculty and community members in McCardell Bicentennial Hall on Thursday, Feb. 21.  ...

Femininity, Objectivity and Violence

Femininity, Objectivity and Violence

By Charlotte Gardiner

February 21, 2013


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On Wednesday, Feb. 20, Assistant Professor of Dance Catherine Cabeen discussed her newest work, Fire! It is the second evening-length piece in her trilogy inspired by New Realists Artists. The dance is based on the life and art of Niki de Sain Phalle (1930-2002). It explores themes of violence and fem...

Middlebrow Performs at Chateau

Middlebrow Performs at Chateau

By Charlotte Gardiner

February 20, 2013


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It was a straight hour of laughter. Middlebury's improv group, Middlebrow, performed in the Chateau on Tuesday, Feb. 19. Inspired by a "Harlem Shake" theme, the eight-member group (3 girls, 5 boys) were chuckling to themselves by the final scene. The group is holding auditions next week. All are encou...

Student Crafts Meditative Video

Student Crafts Meditative Video

By Charlotte Gardiner

February 19, 2013


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Annie Wymard '15, a student in Peter Lourie's Adventure Writing & Digital Storytelling Winter Term course, shares her final video. During the month, Wymard worked with yoga instructor Prem Prekash. Together, they studied both walking and sitting meditation. Her first experience with walking meditation left Wymard lost, wandering thro...

Middlebury Does The Harlem Shake!

Middlebury Does The Harlem Shake!

By Emily Singer

February 18, 2013


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[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kxTH8-SfABc?rel=0&w=640&h=360]   It was only a matter of time before Middlebury hopped on the Harlem Shake train. Filmed on Sunday afternoon in the Great Hall of BiHall, MiddKids from all walks of campus donned neon, spandex, costumes and the lik...

The Campus Voice: IHH

The Campus Voice: IHH

By Kathryn DeSutter

February 17, 2013


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For the second installment of The Campus Voice, News Editor Bronwyn Oatley '13 discusses the topic of sexual assault on campus with It Happens Here (IHH) Co-Founder Luke Carroll Brown ’14, and Kappa Delta Rho (KDR) President Mark Isbell ’14. The conversation was prompted by IHH’s recent Map Proje...

Middlebury Skiing Places Third

Middlebury Skiing Places Third

By Charlotte Gardiner

February 17, 2013


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  Middlebury's 90th Winter Carnival, the oldest in the nation, brought many to the Rikert Nordic Center and the College's Snow Bowl for ski racing festivities. Overall, the team placed third behind UVM and Dartmouth, and the Men's GS finished second, the best team result of the weekend. Thr...

MMC’s “Northern Lights” Competition

MMC’s “Northern Lights” Competition

By Maggie Cochrane

February 16, 2013


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On Friday, Feb. 15 the Middlebury Mountain Club hosted its event "Northern Lights" on McCullough Lawn where pre-registered teams competed for a $100 gift certificate to Flatbread.  Events included the tug-of-war, relay races, a caber toss, and a dance competition judged and commentated by members of Middlebro...

Students “Wake Up” Board of Trustees

Students “Wake Up” Board of Trustees

By Bronwyn Oatley

February 16, 2013


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At 8 a.m. on Saturday, Feb. 16 approximately 50 students gathered outside of Old Chapel, welcoming members of the Board of Trustees to their morning meetings. Several members of the Board spoke with students and accepted orange squares, the "new color" of the divestment movement, according to stude...

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