The Middlebury Campus

Eliza King Freedman, Arts & Culture Editor

Eliza King Freedman '23 is a copy editor and a layout editor.

King Freedman intends on majoring in Political Science with a double-minor in Arabic and Architectural Studies.

During the summer of 2020, she interned for Power in Place, a not-for-profit organization that uses personal profiles of female politicians to connect young women and normalize the concept of women holding positions of power in the workplace.

All content by Eliza King Freedman
Home sweet home: Dorm decor takes on new importance

Home sweet home: Dorm decor takes on new importance

March 25, 2021

The college dorm room, the often-crusty, white-walled box assigned to each student as a place to sleep between trips to the library and late nights at the Grille, has taken on a new meaning throughout...

Notes from the Desk: My week quarantined as a close contact

Notes from the Desk: My week quarantined as a close contact

March 11, 2021
If I’ve learned anything from being in here, beside the obvious “follow the rules,” it’s that I’ve created a family for myself on this campus, and being away from them has shown me how much I need them. 
Load More Stories
Activate Search
Middlebury College's only student-run newspaper.
Eliza King Freedman