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Charles Murray Visit Provokes Uproar

Charles Murray Visit Provokes Uproar

March 9, 2017

On Feb. 22, the Middlebury College American Enterprise Institute Club published a group op-ed in The Campus that extended an “invitation” to the Middlebury College community “to encourage robust...

Christian Student Group Dismissed Gay Leaders in 2015

October 13, 2016

Two student leaders of InterVarsity Christian Fellowship, a national evangelical Christian organization that has a chapter at Middlebury College, were asked to resign their leadership posts by other members...

College Faces Budget Concerns

March 23, 2016

As the Student Government Association (SGA) begins to discuss how to budget student organizations, namely club sports, it looks to the College for potential financial support; however, the College is confronted...

Fraker Prize Awarded by GSFS Department

March 9, 2016

Last Tuesday, March 8, the Women’s and Gender Studies department honored Elizabeth Dunn ’18 with the Alison Fraker Essay Prize, an annual award that commemorates the memory of Alison Gwen Fraker ’89. Fraker...

The fifth annual Miracle Network Dance Marathon, hosted by For the Kids Middlebury, raised over $18,000 for the University of Vermont Children’s Hospital. (For The Kids Middlebury)

Dance Marathon Raises Over $18,000

March 9, 2016

The College hosted its fifth annual Miracle Network Dance Marathon last Friday, March 4, as part of a nationwide movement to support local children’s hospitals. The 10-hour event supported the University...

William Finnegan To Give Talk On New Memoir

February 17, 2016

William Finnegan has spent his career writing and reporting for The New Yorker, but his auto-biography, Barbarian Days: A Surfing Life, exposes a life dedicated to surfing and the search for the perfect...

Candidates for SGA President (from left) Josh Berlowitz, Ilana Gratch, Caroline Walters and Stuart Warren square off in an April 27 debate in Crossroads Cafe. (Rachel Frank/The Middlebury Campus)

SGA Candidates Debate

April 29, 2015

Recording of the Student Co-Chair of Community Council debate Recording of the SGA Presidential Candidate debate Students crowded into Crossroads Café on Monday night to hear from the three...

Robert Durst on set of The Jinx, a six part documentary.

Police Investigate Durst’s Link to Cold Case

April 15, 2015

Early this year, HBO released “The Jinx: The Life and Deaths of Robert Durst,” a six-part documentary examining Robert Alan Durst, an alleged serial killer and person of interest in over four missing...

SGA Update

February 18, 2015

The SGA met last Sunday for their first meeting of the spring semester and opened discussion around creating a committee to work with the administration in their plans to increase student tuition, among...

Deconstructing College Athletics

Deconstructing College Athletics

February 11, 2015

When the op-ed “It’s Actually Just a Game” was published in the Campus on Jan. 22, what followed was an explosion of conversation about athletics on campus. With almost 60 comments online and multiple...

MCSE Symposium Covers Global Health

January 21, 2015

The Middlebury Center for Social Entrepreneurship (MCSE) will bring together members of the College community, the town of Middlebury and key players in the world of public health to discuss how social...

Carr Hall Intercultural Center Plan Approved

December 3, 2014

In a campus-wide email sent Wednesday, Dean of the College and Vice President for Student Affairs Shirley Collado announced the approval of a new Intercultural Center in Carr Hall that will serve to provide...

Student Featured in USA Today

October 29, 2014

Rana Abdelhamid ’15 was quoted in an article in USA Today on Oct. 10 in response to Bill Maher’s criticism of Islam on his talk show, Real Time with Bill Maher. Abdelhamid’s personal experience and...

Report Shows That Sexual Assault Numbers Tripled

Report Shows That Sexual Assault Numbers Tripled

October 8, 2014

  Public Safety released its annual Security and Fire Safety Report on Wednesday, Oct. 1st, which indicated several variances from the 2013 report, most notably, an increase in the number of forcible...

Board of Trustees Restructures

October 1, 2014

The Middlebury College Board of Trustees held their first meeting under the new governance structure on Sept. 18 – 21. The bi-annual meeting of the Trustees was held at the College and addressed resolutions...

Dean of the College to Resign

September 10, 2014

Come January, Middlebury College will lose an invaluable member of its community. Shirley M. Collado, Vice President for Student Affairs, Dean of the College, Chief Diversity Officer and the College’s...

Yeaton Receives Appreciation Award

May 7, 2014

A ceremony was held this past Tuesday in Crossroads café to honor Visiting Assistant Professor of Theater Dana Yeaton with the Marjorie Lamberti Faculty Appreciation Award. The annual award was initiated...

Bike Lights Installed for Safer Riding

April 30, 2014

All bikes on campus will be adorned with a front light courtesy of the student-run, non-profit organization Concussions Speak on Friday, May 2. The detachable snap bike lights will act as a precautionary...

Bikeshare Program Rolls Out

April 16, 2014

The College bike shop introduced a new bikeshare program giving students, faculty and staff the opportunity to borrow bikes for up to a day from the College. Spearheaded by Paul Quackenbush ’14 and the...

The café, located across from Armstrong Library, includes a kiosk selling coffee and small snacks with a cooler that offers more substantial food. (Campus/Ellie Reinhardt)

BiHall Opens New Café Kiosk

April 6, 2014

Coffee and snacks are now available for the science buffs on campus thanks to the grand opening of a café kiosk in Bicentennial Hall on Monday, March 31. The installation of the café was prompted...

STEM-Focused Posse Announced

February 12, 2014

In September 2015, the College will welcome 10 new Posse students from Los Angeles who have shown an interest in pursuing science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) disciplines. The Posse Foundation...

Homophobic Incidents Prompt Official Response

November 20, 2013

Recent incidents of homophobia on campus have prodded College administrators to unveil a number of planned initiatives earlier than originally intended. The ongoing goals and initiatives, spearheaded by...

Community Council Update

October 16, 2013

The Community Council met on Monday, Oct. 14 for its third meeting of the year to discuss a report written by the Honor Code Review Committee at the end of last year. A Community Council meeting the previous...

Community Council Update

October 2, 2013

The Community Council met for their first meeting of the year on Monday, Oct. 30 to discuss its role at the College and to create a list of agenda topics for the upcoming academic year. In considering...

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