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Emily Hogan

Emily Hogan, Layout Editor

Emily Hogan ’24 is a layout editor.

She is undeclared but is considering majoring in Environmental Studies with a minor in math. She is very passionate about sustainability and enjoys learning how to be more environmentally conscious.

Hogan is from Denver, Colorado, and enjoys being outdoors skiing, hiking, and running. In addition to involvement in the Campus, she is a canoe guide for the Middlebury Mountain Club and enjoys running with MiddRuns. She also loves reading and listening to music.

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A photo of Maggie and Anthony Gerakos, owners of Little Seed Coffee, taken by Katie McCuin of Katie Jean Photography. The couple were lovers of coffee roasting for years before starting their own business in Middlebury.

New businesses secure storefronts on Merchants Row

September 16, 2021

Three new businesses have arrived on Merchants Row in downtown Middlebury, including the Little Seed Coffee, new locations for Berkshire Hathaway Realty - Vermont Realty Group and the food spot Juice...

A Midd-Summer Night’s Dream

A Midd-Summer Night’s Dream

September 16, 2021

In between semesters, many students chose to spend their summers on campus, providing the perfect chance to enjoy Middlebury without having to endure the harsh weather and harsher workload. After being...

Sugar maple trees, such as those pictured here, can be tapped for sap during certain weeks in spring.

Sugaring gets a late start in Vermont due to cold weather

April 29, 2021

Sugaring, the process of creating maple syrup, started around three weeks later this year than is typical for the industry. As a result, there has been a 50–70% drop in maple syrup production throughout...

Vermont Coffee Company serves certified organic arabica coffee from Colombia, Nicaragua, Peru, Indonesia, and Mexico.

Vermont Coffee Company sold to Stonewall Kitchen

April 15, 2021

Vermont Coffee Company, supplier of coffee to the college, is being sold to Stonewall Kitchen, a large specialty-food company based in Maine. It currently operates a cafe in downtown Middlebury and...

Students must depart campus by 8 p.m. on Nov. 21 and are permitted to have up to two guests during move-out, who must wear face coverings and remain near their vehicles.

The insider’s guide to moving out during a pandemic

November 19, 2020
What do you need to pack and take with you? What can you leave behind? All of your move out day questions, answered.
Mamma Tamara, cucina Italiana is a catering business that travels to and serves Italian cuisine at farmers markets across the state of Vermont. Now, the business provides meals for the Vermont Everyone Eats program.

Everyone Eats supports struggling restaurants and food-insecure households

November 12, 2020
The Covid-19 pandemic brought increased food insecurity and economic hardships for the restaurant industry. So, the State of Vermont instituted a program to address both.
The Mail Center has been operating out of a warehouse behind McCullough and adjusting to stay safe for students.

Mail Center relocates to the warehouse to ensure social distancing

October 8, 2020
Given social distancing protocol, the Mail Center has moved from its home in McCullough to a warehouse behind the student center.
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