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Kari Henken

Kari Henken, Online Editor

Kari Henken ’20 is an online editor and local writer.

She previously served as an online editor and copy editor. This is her first year writing for the Campus.

Henken is majoring in English and American Literatures, with a minor in Spanish.

After attending Middlebury Language Schools in the summer of 2018, she spent the fall semester in Madrid, Spain, where she traveled, improved her Spanish and of course, ate many tapas.

This past summer she interned for a newspaper in Sun Valley, Idaho, the Idaho Mountain Express, and discovered a passion for journalism.

At Middlebury, Henken has also been involved with MCAB, the Active Minds Club and Language in Motion.

All content by KARI HENKEN
Last month, Mac’s Market in East Middlebury, on the corner of Route 116 and 125, was robbed twice.

Investigations into last month’s Mac’s Market robberies continue

February 27, 2020

Investigations are ongoing as police look for suspects in an armed robbery in East Middlebury.  The initial incident occurred on the night of Jan. 6, when a man wearing green and dark-colored clothing,...

Hardy spoke about women in elected positions worldwide, the importance of electing women to office and potential barriers that deter women from running in elections.

Vermont State Senator Ruth Hardy talks women in politics

October 17, 2019
Vermont is the only state that has never sent a woman to Congress. In her talk, Ruth Hardy discussed some of the barriers that might explain why.
Ski-industry giant Vail Resorts acquires Peak Resorts

Ski-industry giant Vail Resorts acquires Peak Resorts

October 10, 2019

Following months of speculation that a potential deal was brewing, Colorado-based ski conglomerate Vail Resorts announced on Sept. 24 that it had acquired Peak Resorts, owner of the popular southern...

Afterschool in Addison: Northwest district receives $100k for programs

October 3, 2019

This summer, the Addison Northwest School District (ANWSD) received two grants totaling $999,600 to both continue afterschool programming as well as expand its K-6 offerings into Addison and Ferrisburgh...

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