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Ally Murphy

Ally Murphy, Local Editor

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.

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Sugarbush Mountain will continue its operations under the leadership of Alterra Mountain Company.

Alterra Mountain Company acquires Sugarbush Resort

November 21, 2019

This past Wednesday, many Midd students like myself were likely confused when an email with the subject line “Changing But Not Saying Goodbye” landed in their inboxes. In it, Sugarbush Resort owner...

One of Imran Ganda ’20’s responsibilities during his internship at Helping Overcome Poverty’s Effects (HOPE) was helping with the organization’s food shelf.

Between semesters: Markosian and Ganda reflect on summer internships in Middlebury

September 12, 2019

For many Middlebury students, the summer provides a time for deeper immersion into the Middlebury and greater Vermont community. Leila Markosian ’21 and Imran Ganda ’20 each spent their summers in...

Women’s March on Montpelier Draws Crowds Despite Freezing Weather

Women’s March on Montpelier Draws Crowds Despite Freezing Weather

January 24, 2019
The extreme cold did not stop participation in the Women's March on Montpelier.
The masseuse's business downtown.

Local Masseur Charged With Voyeurism

May 2, 2018

A local masseur was charged with four counts of voyeurism after he allegedly videotaped four female customers undressing at his business.  The masseur, Roger Schmidt, 53, owner of Roger’s Relaxing...

UVM staff member John Meija, who’s on hunger strike, addressed a crowd Tuesday, Feb. 21.

UVM Students Protest Racism, Demanding President’s Resignation

February 28, 2018

MIDDLEBURY — For the past week, students at UVM have been engaged in a series of protests regarding racial justice and the administrators’ lack of support and sensitivity towards students of color...

The view from Heaven’s Gate chairlift on Lincoln’s Peak.

Severe Weather Impedes Winter Activities

January 17, 2018

Over winter break and into New Year’s, the country as a whole and New England in particular experienced severely cold temperatures. Vermont saw many days of below zero degree weather with temperatures...

Christian Kruse

Vergennes Laundry Welcomes New Chef

November 8, 2017

VERGENNES — On Oct. 31, Christian Kruse became the new owner of local eatery Vergennes Laundry. Back in 2010, previous owners Didier and Julianne Murat created a French-inspired bakery out of the original...

Julieanne McGrath, 14, helps Phoebe Raphael, 9, make a pizza.

Vergennes Boys and Girls Club Undergoes Major Renovations

November 1, 2017

VERGENNES — In the past year, the Greater Vergennes Boys and Girls Club has received funding and undergone extensive renovations to improve the overall attendance and quality of its after-school program....

Penny collection

Pennies for WomenSafe

October 18, 2017

MIDDLEBURY — Leading up to their production of The Crucible from Nov. 2 through 5 at Town Hall Theater, the Middlebury Community Players are organizing a penny-collecting fundraiser for WomenSafe in...

The new Crest Room lounge is available to students on weekday evenings and weekends

Renovated Crest Room Now Serves as Lounge

October 4, 2017

The Crest Room in McCullough Student Center has been redesigned into a lounge space, reserved for faculty and staff during weekdays and accessible to students on weekday evenings and weekends. The renovations...

Education Studies Double Major Created

Education Studies Double Major Created

September 27, 2017

Education Studies will be offered as a double major for the first time this semester, after the faculty voted to approve the new degree program last spring. Previously, Education Studies was only offered...

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