Little Dinky Comics: February 14, 2019

Little Dinky Comics: February 14, 2019

By Kaitlynd Collins

February 14, 2019

Kaitlynd Collins

Special Edition: the Staff Issue

Special Edition: the Staff Issue

By THE MIDDLEBURY CAMPUS

January 23, 2019

With employees across the institution facing uncertainty about their futures as Middlebury's workforce planning process ramps up, we decided that it would be pertinent to dedicate our second special issue of the year (after our November election issue) to college staff. We've spent the last few week...

New Year’s Resolutions: My Keys to Better Learning and Happiness

By CHRISTINE MCDOW

January 17, 2019

In hunger and tiredness, the joy of learning can easily be forgotten.

Sabine Poux

Sabine Poux

January 10, 2019

Sabine Poux ‘20 is Senior News Editor. She previously served as a news editor, an arts & sciences editor and a staff writer. At Middlebury, Sabine studies Political Science and Spanish. She is spending the fall semester in Buenos Aires, Argentina, where she is taking international relations courses...

Sabine Poux

Sabine Poux

January 1, 2019

Sabine Poux ‘20 is Senior News Editor. She previously served as a news editor, an arts & sciences editor and a staff writer. At Middlebury, Sabine studies Political Science and Spanish. She is spending the fall semester in Buenos Aires, Argentina, where she is taking international relations courses...

The Economic Case for Fossil Fuel Divestment

By HENRY LABALME, '84, JESSIE SAACKE '85, BRIAN CONCANNON '84, ALEX PRUD'HOMME '85, SARAH BUFFUM PRUD'HOMME '85, and AL BUCKNAM '83

December 6, 2018

It is time for the college to heed the call of its students, who last spring voted overwhelmingly in favor of divestment.

Dear My People: Affirmative Action Isn’t a Weapon

By ALEXIS LEVATO

November 8, 2018

Let’s stop for a second and think about something; why do we think that colleges, jobs and housing are automatically meant for us?

A Pattern of Instability

By MATT DICKINSON

October 31, 2018

When it comes to partisan control of the presidency, House and Senate, we are experiencing a level of volatility not seen since the post-Civil War era more than a century ago.  Of the eight possible configurations of majority party control, the country has cycled through six of them since the 2000 ...

The Protest

October 25, 2018

Student demonstrators dressed in all black with duct tape covering their mouths and raising signs which read, “We believe survivors, Midd should too” and “Green Dot is not enough,” met the participants of the first-ever Panther Day parade as they rounded the corner of the CFA front lawn.  The demonstrators stood shoulde...

The Parade

October 25, 2018

The Panther Day parade, last year’s winner of the New Traditions contest, began at Kirk Alumni Center on Saturday at 3:30 p.m. and ended with a celebration at the Harvest Festival behind the Mahaney Center for the Arts (CFA).  Led by the Pep Band, participating student groups included the International ...

Dear My People: Slavery Never Ended, It Just Found New Forms

By ALEXIS LEVATO

October 25, 2018

This isn’t just a question of recognizing the abuses and dehumanization that our ancestors committed, although that would be a step in the right direction.

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