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May 2, 2019

The Academics-Social Life-Sleep Trilemma

The Academics-Social Life-Sleep Trilemma

By HATTIE LEFAVOUR

May 2, 2019

DINING HALL: OVERALL The dining hall debate has long served as a campus identifier — are you a Proc person or a Ross person? — accompanied by silent judgement from both sides. In the end, more students favor Middlebury’s oldest, coziest dining hall, according to Zeitgeist results. Wit...

Over 70% of Students Feel Lonely At Least Once Every Week

Over 70% of Students Feel Lonely At Least Once Every Week

By GIGI HOGAN

May 2, 2019

As the school year moves into the home stretch of the spring semester, final exams, summer jobs and future plans loom on the horizon. It is a hectic time when the grinding, everyday stresses and anxieties begin to attack from all angles, further exacerbating mental health issues. In recent years, co...

STEM in the Liberal Arts: A Defense of CHEM 0103

By NATHAN EVANS

April 25, 2019

By condemning the CHEM 0103 test question, we have decided that there is no place for the viewpoint of STEM to influence our understanding of history.

Ally Murphy

Ally Murphy

March 3, 2019

Ally Murphy ’20 is a local editor. She previously served as an SGA correspondent and staff writer. Murphy is majoring in International Politics and Economics and studied abroad in Madrid for the fall. For the summer of 2018, she worked at Axel Johnson, Inc., a family-owned private equity company.

Hattie LeFavour

Hattie LeFavour

March 1, 2019

Hattie LeFavour ’21 is a local editor. She previously served as a staff writer. LeFavour is joint-majoring in Political Science and English and American Literature. In the past, she served as a national editor for the arts-based magazine Study Breaks. In the summer of 2017, she worked as an...

Ben Glass

Ben Glass

March 1, 2019

Ben Glass ’20.5 is a local editor. He previously served as a contributing writer. Glass is majoring in mathematics with a minor in history. Last summer, he worked at the Office of Sustainability Integration on campus, developing occupant-side energy monitoring systems in the Townhouse S...

Lucy Grindon

Lucy Grindon

February 26, 2019

Lucy Grindon ’19 is an opinion editor. She has also served as a senior writer for News and Features. Lucy studies history and Arabic. This fall and winter, she wrote her senior thesis on the role of British anti-slavery activists in promoting the growth of Egyptian cotton during the American...

Cali Kapp

Cali Kapp

February 25, 2019

Caroline Kapp ’21 is a News Editor. She previously served as a staff writer and Community Council Correspondent. Kapp is majoring in Political Science and pursuing minors in History and Spanish. At Middlebury, she teaches ski lessons at the SnowBowl, leads MiddView and gives tours for the...

Heather Boehm

Heather Boehm

February 20, 2019

Heather Boehm ’20 is a sports editor.  She previously served as a senior writer. She is majoring in Political Science with a minor in Spanish.  This past summer, Heather worked as a reporter for Sports Illustrated and was published on the website. She covered the 2018 NBA draft as well as miscellaneous ...

Max Padilla

Max Padilla

February 20, 2019

Max Padilla '22 is a Photo Editor. She began photographing for The Campus in the fall of 2018. She specializes in sports and macro photography. While Padilla only takes digital photographs for the paper, she uses her black and white film camera on her own time. Padilla is double majoring in neuroscience and philosophy w...

Riley Board

Riley Board

February 20, 2019

Riley Grey Board '22 is an Arts & Academics Editor from Sarasota, Fla. She previously served as a staff writer and Community Council correspondent. Board is intending to major in Applied Linguistics as an Independent Scholar and minor in Geography. In the past, she has served as her high...

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