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Panel Explores Injustice of U.S. Immigration

November 29, 2018
Speakers discussed the painful and sometimes tragic experiences of immigrants seeking new lives in the United States during a Nov. 15 panel in Dana Auditorium, titled “Trauma and the U.S. Immigration System.” 
The 2013 Map Project details sexual assault at locations on campus.

Map Project Marks Locations of Sexual Assault On Campus

November 1, 2018
The Map Project creates a visual form to display the reality of sexual assault specifically on Middlebury's campus.
Parton Health Center recently established a new phone line for students.

New Phone Line Will Save You Time at Health Center

September 20, 2018
Sick and don't want to miss classes? New phone triage service streamlines Parton appointments and care.

SGA Passes Two Gun Violence Bills

April 25, 2018

Two resolutions, one in support of Middlebury students against gun violence and one calling for action against racism resulting in gun violence, were passed by the SGA on Sunday. Contention surrounding...

Ross and Donahue Explain ‘How Midd Works’

April 18, 2018

Hannah Ross, Middlebury’s general counsel, and Dave Donahue ’91, special assistant to the president, delivered a presentation on the college’s governance structure last Thursday evening to an audience...

Old Chapel Provides Update on ‘Common Agenda’

March 8, 2018

The president’s office shared with students a list of committees and advisory groups formed under its “Common Agenda” with the Student Government Association. The document also included future plans...

Six faculty members joined the round table discussion on Feb. 26 in Wilson Hall.

Event Opposing White Supremacy Packs Wilson Hall

February 28, 2018

Students and faculty gathered to discuss the implications of and ways to challenge white supremacy at a teach-in in Wilson Hall on Monday. Some people had to be turned away after all the seats were filled...

SGA Passes Divestment, Club Sports Bills

February 28, 2018

The Student Government Association (SGA) passed two bills on Feb. 18, one which called for a referendum on Middlebury’s divestment from fossil fuels and one which provided a process by which students...

To-go boxes near the entrance to Proctor Dining Hall.

Reusable Foodware On the Way

February 21, 2018

Dining services has ordered 2,000 reusable containers and is working with student authors of an SGA bill to create a reusable to-go container system. They hope to switch over to the system one week after...

The admissions office is named after Emma Willard, an educator who founded the first institution of higher education for women.

First in Class of 2022 Accepted in Early Decision Round

January 17, 2018

The college admissions team released the first round of early decision acceptances on Dec. 9. Of the 650 applicants, 326 students were accepted, putting the  admissions rate at just over 50 percent. Those...

Student Government Association meeting in the Robert A. Jones '59 Conference Room

SGA Voices Support For Minority Students

December 6, 2017

The Student Government Association (SGA) passed a resolution on Sunday titled “Support for Black and Minority Students,” which included calls for changed judicial practices and new training for faculty...

Bill McKibben, an environmental activist and scholar at the college, addresses the crowd during a rally outside Old Chapel in support of fossil fuel divestment on Thursday, Oct. 19.

Activists Renew Call for Fossil Fuel Divestment

November 1, 2017

As Middlebury’s board of trustees convened inside Old Chapel on Thursday, Oct. 19, members of the college community rallied outside to renew a years-long call for the college to divest from fossil fuels. The...

New SGA Senators David Vargas (left) and John Schurer (right)

First-Year Senators Elected

October 11, 2017

First-year students John Schurer and David Vargas won the Student Government Association (SGA) election for first-year senator. Over half of the Class of 2021 voted, with 322 ballots cast. Ten students...

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