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Ellie Anderson

Ellie Anderson, Local Editor

Ellie Anderson ’19 is a Local editor this year, with past experience as a staff writer and editor for the Features section.

Anderson is majoring in English and American Literatures with a focus on creative writing. She is also pursuing a minor in Gender, Sexuality, and Feminist Studies.

During the summer of 2017, she interned at the Carolyn Jenks Agency in Cambridge, evaluating queries from authors seeking representation and pitching and marketing manuscripts to book editors. She also previously worked as a local correspondent for The Herald of Randolph.

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Southern Vermont College Falls to State’s Declining Enrollments

March 21, 2019

Within only two months of Green Mountain College’s announcement that it will close after this academic year, Southern Vermont College (SVC) has followed suit. Located in Bennington, VT, the private,...

Matt Jennings, Editorial Director of MiddMag, hard at work.

An Inside Look at Middlebury Magazine

January 24, 2019
The Middlebury Magazine. What is it?
The iconic IEC letters peek out from a snowbank at the Ripton Country Store.

New Owners Embrace Community of Ripton Country Store

December 6, 2018
After their first deal felt through, the former Ripton County Store owners turned to Hoffman and Wisell, who took the opportunity right away!
Congressman Welch on Politics Here and Nationwide

Congressman Welch on Politics Here and Nationwide

November 1, 2018
Welch reflects on the last couple of years and what we can anticipate in the 2018 election cycle.
‘Improvathon’ Raises Money For Charter House with Pies in the Face

‘Improvathon’ Raises Money For Charter House with Pies in the Face

October 4, 2018
Student improv groups host a Friday fundraiser for the Charter House Coalition (CHC) and raise $800.
The Charter House Coalition continues to provide support to the Addison County homeless community with a modified shelter program, relying on local hotels and motels in Middlebury, including the Middlebury Marriott, to provide short-term housing.

Charter House Opens Early Amid Growing Need

September 13, 2018
The Charter House continues to meet community needs.
The Diner on Merchant’s Row will close after it is purchased by the neighboring Town Hall Theater this summer.

Short on Space, Town Hall Theater to Buy The Diner

April 11, 2018

Following a two year-long search for additional rehearsal and storage space, the Town Hall Theater has announced its decision to buy The Diner property on Merchants Row. The Diner will continue its regular...

Upcoming Elect Her Workshop Encourages Women to Run for Office

February 28, 2018

Particularly in the current political climate, the fact that women make up less than 20 percent of the representatives in Congress concerns many. Elect Her is a national program that encourages more women...

Eleven MiddChallenge Proposals Given Funding

Eleven MiddChallenge Proposals Given Funding

April 21, 2017

On Saturday, April 15, eleven student project proposals were awarded summer funding from MiddChallenge. The competition was divided into four categories: Social Entrepreneurship; Education, Outreach and...

Conference Discusses Shaping Culture by Language

March 16, 2017

On Saturday, March 11, The Rohatyn Center for Global Affairs hosted its Fifth Annual International Conference, drawing many students, faculty and staff who were keen to hear lectures on the theme, “From...

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