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Trump Victory Roils Campus

November 17, 2016

News of Donald J. Trump’s election as the nation’s 45th president sent waves of shock and uncertainty throughout campus, prompting students to stage protests against the president-elect and discussions...

About 200 students protested the election of Donald J. Trump on Sunday, marching around campus to chants of “Not my president” and “Love trumps hate.”

Trump Victory Roils Campus

November 17, 2016

News of Donald J. Trump’s election as the nation’s 45th president sent waves of shock and uncertainty throughout campus, prompting students to stage protests against the president-elect and discussions...

AEI Hosts Talk on Inequality, Poverty and Policy

March 9, 2016

The American Enterprise Institute (AEI) Club, along with the Economics and Political Science Departments hosted Scott Winship to speak this past Thursday, March 3 in McCardell Bicentennial Hall. Winship,...

338 Admitted Early for 2020

January 21, 2016

The College notified 338 new students of their early admission to the Class of 2020 via an online portal on Dec. 5. Mailed letters were sent in the next week. The students were chosen from an overall application...

New Framework Tackles Stress

December 2, 2015

In an effort to alleviate student stress and promote mental health at the College, several administrators are working to develop a multi-faceted plan to build community and resilience, promote mind-body...

Middlebury Colleges Black Student Union (BSU)

BSU Shows Support For Black Students

November 18, 2015

On Thursday, Nov. 12, in the wake of the events that took place at the University of Missouri and Yale University surrounding racial tensions, students of the College wore black clothing and stood in front...

College Welcomes New Deans

College Welcomes New Deans

September 17, 2015

August marked the introduction of two new student life staff members to the College: Baishakhi Taylor joined the College as the new Dean of Students, taking over from Vice President for Student Affairs...

New Fund for Innovation

March 11, 2015

On Monday, Mar. 2, College President Ronald D. Liebowitz announced the creation of the new Fund for Innovation in a schoolwide email. The fund, established by a group of donors looking to inspire innovative...

Old Chapel Restructures Roles

April 9, 2014

Following the recent restructuring of the Board of Trustees, July 1 will mark a wide-sweeping change in faculty governance. These changes come at a pivotal transition point for the College, as the new...

College Reveals Branding Effort

February 20, 2014

In order to study the influence and perceptions of the Middlebury brand, the College sought the advice of Baltimore-based consultant Mark Neustadt. After interviewing students, faculty, alumni and...

Reading a narrative at the third annual It Happens Here event. (Campus/Rachel Frank)

IHH Packs McCullough Again

January 22, 2014

Students packed McCullough Social Space to the brim on Monday evening for the third annual It Happens Here (IHH) storytelling event, with overflow seating and a live-feed held in Crossroads. Members of...

Students Demand Sustainable Food

December 4, 2013

A food survey sent to the student body by the Student Government Association (SGA) on Oct. 28 has provided the SGA with concrete data based on 1,219 student responses to help focus and forward the real...

SAOC Introduces Peer Advocates

October 9, 2013

Eleven students, two staff members, and one faculty member are in the midst of completing their 20 hours of training to become peer advocates in a pilot program within the College’s Sexual Advocacy Oversight...

9/11 Flag Incident Prompts Forums

September 25, 2013

A group of nine faculty members hosted a series of seven forum discussions last week to encourage a community conversation about protest and civility on campus in light of the vandalism of the flag...

Organic Farm Expands Services

Organic Farm Expands Services

March 13, 2013

  Throughout the spring semester, the Middlebury College Organic Farm (MCOF) will be making several changes to its current operations, including the introduction of chickens for eggs and meat,...

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