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Acadia Klepeis

Acadia Klepeis, Arts & Culture Editor

Acadia is currently undeclared but is considering majoring in English Literature or French. From 2019-2020, she took a gap year to be an exchange student in Switzerland through the Rotary Youth Exchange Program. At Middlebury, she also serves on the First-Year SGA Committee.

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From prohibition to pandemic, a day in the life of a Middlebury co-ed

From prohibition to pandemic, a day in the life of a Middlebury co-ed

May 13, 2021

In the 1920s On a sunny Saturday morning in the spring of 1921, you wake up in your room in Battell Cottage. This women’s dorm is located on the Battell Campus, rather than across the road on...

The team that developed the app consisted of nine team members of various academic backgrounds.

Students work with community to create Eat Local VT, new app for sourcing local foods

March 4, 2021

Nine Middlebury students created Eat Local VT, an app that connects users to local food sources, in partnership with Addison County Relocalization Network (ACORN), a local nonprofit that works to strengthen...

Karen Duagay of the Better Middlebury Partnership hopes to hold more in-person events in 2021, such as the Very Merry Middlebury event pictured here in 2019.

Better Middlebury Partnership and Neighbors Together aid community distressed by pandemic

February 4, 2021
During a year like no other, community organizations like the Better Middlebury Partnership (BMP) and Neighbors Together have been vital in helping businesses in the town of Middlebury overcome financial challenges brought on by the Covid-19 pandemic as well as the ongoing Bridge and Rail Project.
Over 4,300 voters in Middlebury participated in an election that broke turnout records across the country.

On a snowy election day, Middlebury voters turn out

November 12, 2020
Although there was a record increase in mail-in ballots in Vermont this year due to the pandemic, many voters still cast their vote in person.
All four storytellers at the Robinson Hall, from right to left: Regina Fontanelli '22, Tim Parsons, Megan Brakely '06 and Emily Ballou '21. VAN BARTH/THE MIDDLEBURY CAMPUS.

Cocoon continues the tradition of storytelling amid the pandemic

October 15, 2020
Masks were on, but the audience reacted enthusiastically to the highs and lows of each story at the eighth annual Cocoon storytelling evening.

Senior theses amid Covid-19: theatre majors won’t wait in the wings

September 24, 2020
Several senior theatre majors have chosen to face the pandemic head-on and complete their projects this fall.
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