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Catherine Pollack

Catherine Pollack, News Editor

Catherine Pollack `19 is a News Editor.

She has previously served as a news editor and news staff writer.

Pollack is pursuing a joint degree in English and Environmental Policy and will be writing her joint thesis this fall.

During the summer of 2018 she worked as an intern at the Cape Eleuthera Institute in the Bahamas where she assisted in modeling ecologically sound environmental management practices and assessing ways to reduce our impact on atmospheric, oceanic, freshwater, and land ecosystems. In the summer of 2017 she worked at the National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration in the Ocean Acidification Program where she primarily wrote and edited program content. In the future, she hopes to combine her love of writing and her passion for the oceans and marine conservation.

During her time at Middlebury, she has also spent a semester studying abroad at the University of Edinburgh. She is a campus tour guide, the leader of a fundraising group for Addison County, and a mentor for a student at a local elementary school.  She also hosts a radio show with her fellow News Editor Elizabeth Sawyer!

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Divesting Middlebury: An Interactive Timeline

Divesting Middlebury: An Interactive Timeline

February 23, 2019
Campus reporters have compiled an interactive timeline walking through some of the most important events along Middlebury's six-year path to fossil fuel divestment.

Old Stone Mill Sale Forces Student Users to Find New Home

December 6, 2018

Old Stone Mill, the college’s hub for student entrepreneurs, innovators and student makers, was sold for $500,000 to Community Barn Ventures, a local consulting firm for growing businesses.  The...

Sue Ritter Transitions to New Role

November 8, 2018

Title IX Coordinator Sue Ritter ’83 will step down from her current position and become special assistant to the president, associate secretary to the board and director of community relations starting...

Douglass Mackey ’11.

Middlebury Grad Revealed as Prominent Alt-Right Troll

April 11, 2018

A Middlebury alumnus was exposed as a leading alt-right Twitter troll who spread Russian misinformation during the 2016 election in a viral article published by the Huffington Post last Thursday, April...

Saifa Hussain.


March 14, 2018

Ten O’Clock Ross Suspended The Student Government Association announced on Monday that 10 o’clock Ross would be suspended until April 2. The announcement also warned that the program would be suspended...

Elizabeth Dunn 18 appeared on the cover of Seven Days.

College Disciplines Dunn

February 14, 2018

Elizabeth Dunn ’18, who on Dec. 12 posted a list on Facebook accusing 36 current and former male students of sexual misconduct, has received official college discipline in the form of a letter in their...

Student Who Posted ‘The List’ Faces Discipline

January 24, 2018

The student who posted a “List of Men to Avoid” on Facebook last month, Elizabeth Dunn ’18, is now facing disciplinary action after the list prompted a judicial investigation into potential violations...

Panel Reopens Murray Debate With Legal Perspective

January 17, 2018

The college and PEN America presented a panel on Thursday, Jan. 11 on free speech and inclusion, entitled “Whose Freedom, Whose Speech? The Future of Community and Free Speech at Middlebury.” This...

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