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Middlebury IT specialist arrested for alleged child pornography

September 16, 2021

Middlebury Senior Technology Specialist Scott Remick was arrested July 7 on federal charges of possesing child pornography. If convicted, he faces up to 10 years in prison and would be required to register...

Superblock housing, which allows students to submit an application for a residential space with a specific theme, will not be an option next year.

Reslife adds special interest houses, off-campus permission ahead of enrollment increase

May 20, 2021
As Middlebury plans to return for a fully in-person fall semester, ResLife has replaced superblock houses with new special interest houses and approved all seniors who applied to live off campus next year.
In-person Language School students will follow many of the same health protocols as were in place for Middlebury undergraduates during the fall and spring terms.

Language Schools bring eight programs back to Vermont after summer online

March 18, 2021
After running fully virtual programs last summer, in-person instruction will resume for the Abenaki, Arabic, French, German, Hebrew, Korean, Portuguese and Spanish schools.
This spring, the student-led organization kicked off a series of eight workshops exploring the intersections of prejudice and social life.

Created by and for students, JusTalks curates workshops that tackle hard questions

March 11, 2021
“Ultimately, our end goal is that in each of the workshops, people are able to leave with one thing, and take one step further in their own learning,” JusTalks program coordinator Jasmin Animas-Tapia ’21 said. “We hope that these conversations can be part of someone’s own learning and actions, and that they take that into their own circles at Middlebury.”
Staff undergo temporary reshuffling while students are away

Staff undergo temporary reshuffling while students are away

January 28, 2021
The college rearranged staff departments after most students left campus in November, temporarily moving certain staff to different jobs and allowing them to hold onto their Combined Time Off during the break.
In an 18 minute long video, Middlebury community members read the name, age, reporting date and cause of death of migrants who perished while attempting to cross the U.S.-Mexico border.

“Hostile Terrain 94”: Middlebury spotlights the death of migrants crossing the border

November 19, 2020
When the U.S. implemented a 1994 policy that increased border patrol presence in urban areas, migration routes were redirected through the harsh desert environments across the southern border. Middlebury’s Hostile Terrain 94 video commemorates the migrants who have perished attempting to cross the U.S.-Mexico border.
The Sunderland Language Center typically houses Middlebury’s study abroad offices, but this year staff are working remotely to help students pursue language and cultural experiences virtually.

Middlebury students take on remote abroad courses and international internships

October 22, 2020
With study abroad programs closed for the semester, Middlebury Schools Abroad find creative ways to bring pieces of the abroad experience to students through remote learning.
Staff relocated students’ belongings several times throughout the spring and summer, but some students returned to find items had not made it to their new rooms.

After spring exodus, students and staff scramble to account for belongings left behind

October 15, 2020
When Middlebury students dispersed around the globe last March, they had to “Box, Label and Leave” their belongings. This summer staff had to scramble to get everything to the right place in time.
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