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Daleelah Saleh, Opinion Editor

Daleelah Saleh ’23 is an Opinions Editor.

She intends to pursue an International Global Studies major with a Global Gender Studies track.

Her coverage at The Campus has included contributions to arts and opinion. In addition to working at The Campus, she is a peer writing tutor at the CTLR and has been involved with WRMC, Verbal Onslaught, and Oratory Now.

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Notes from the Desk: A case study in extremes

Notes from the Desk: A case study in extremes

March 11, 2021
March 10, 2020 demarcates a very clear “before” and “after” in my life, and everything in the “after” has been a case study in extremes.

The Last Five Days

March 10, 2021

Reflecting on Ramadan at Middlebury

May 14, 2020

As with pretty much every other aspect of life, Ramadan celebrations in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic have changed significantly. In many cultures, Ramadan has typically been characterized by the...

View other op-eds abut Middlebury's remote grading policy here.

Circumstance is not choice, but community is

March 28, 2020
"We cannot choose the circumstances we live in, but we still have a choice about the kind community we want to create."
‘Unveiled’ highlights stories from the Muslim diaspora

‘Unveiled’ highlights stories from the Muslim diaspora

March 12, 2020
Last weekend, Rohina Malik performed her one-woman play which portrays her experience as a Muslim woman, providing social commentary and stories inspired by true events.
The Spencer Prize 2020 Championship

The Spencer Prize 2020 Championship

February 27, 2020
The championship last week, sponsored by Oratory Now, featured six speeches by first-years and first-year febs who found personal connections to their academic learning.
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