Fall Faculty Forum celebrates faculty research

October 3, 2019

The Fall Faculty Forum is an academic event hosted every year during Fall Family Weekend. Featuring faculty research and innovation, the forum consists of different panels centered around themes of exploration where professors can present their projects to students, parents and members of the community.

Women’s Golf

Women’s Golf

By MICHAEL SEGEL

September 11, 2019

To begin their fall season, the women’s golf team will compete in the St. Lawrence Invitational at the Oliver D. Appleton Golf Course in Canton, N.Y. on September 7 and 8. There they will contend with Nescac rivals such as Hamilton, and also out of conference teams such as Vassar and New York University. The...

Volleyball

Volleyball

By HEATHER BOEHM

September 11, 2019

Panthers women’s volleyball is coming out swinging. Despite graduating three crucial starters, the women showed only strength and experience on the court this past weekend when they cruised past both Manhattanville College and Union College. It is clear that the Panthers have their eyes set on a...

Men’s Soccer

Men’s Soccer

By ERIK ARVIDSSON

September 11, 2019

The Middlebury men’s soccer team returns to action this fall after winning their final 10 regular season games and earning an NCAA tournament berth. The Panthers will look to build on this momentum as they chase the elusive Nescac title. Leadership appears to be strong; Ben Potter ’20 and Aidan Robinson...

Women’s Soccer

Women’s Soccer

By JENNY LANGERMAN

September 11, 2019

Women’s soccer is hoping to feed off the momentum of a whirlwind 2018 season and come into this season at the top of their game. The Panthers rounded out last season with a NESCAC title and NCAA Final appearance -- becoming the first team ever to do so in Middlebury women’s soccer history. Despite...

Men’s Tennis

Men’s Tennis

By JACK KAGAN

September 11, 2019

The Middlebury men’s tennis team is entering the 2019 fall season having lost a class of four seniors, including standouts Lubo Cuba ’19 and Noah Farrell ’19. Cuba and Farrell had career winning percentages of .802 and .725, respectively, and will be missed atop the lineup.  Filling the gaps in both the singles and doubles c...

Taylor Phillips

Taylor Phillips

September 11, 2019

Kari Henken

Kari Henken

September 11, 2019

Kari Henken ’20 is an online editor and local writer. She previously served as an online editor and copy editor. This is her first year writing for the Campus. Henken is majoring in English and American Literatures, with a minor in Spanish. After attending Middlebury Language Schools in the summ...

Emmanuel Tamrat

Emmanuel Tamrat

September 11, 2019

Elsa Korpi

Elsa Korpi

September 10, 2019

Elsa Korpi ’22 is an arts & academics editor. She previously served as a staff writer. Korpi studies political science and Russian; she intends to focus on energy politics and national security. At Middlebury, she works as a research assistant in the History Department studying Scandinavi...

Nora Peachin

Nora Peachin

September 10, 2019

Nora Peachin '20 is a news editor. She previously worked as a staff writer for the local section. Peachin is majoring in History with a minor in Global Health. During the summer of 2019, Peachin worked as a reporter for the Addison County Independent in Middlebury writing feature and news stories on education, public heal...

Kacey Hertan

Kacey Hertan

September 10, 2019

Kacey Hertan ’20 is the business manager. She previously served as Treasurer during the 2016-2017 school year. Hertan is majoring in Economics with minors in Spanish and Psychology. She is also a diver on Middlebury Womens’ Varsity Swimming & Diving Team. She has been involved on campus as ...

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