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Midd administration: Give seniors an acceptable goodbye

Midd administration: Give seniors an acceptable goodbye

April 15, 2021

Dear Middlebury College Administration, This year has been marked by tragedy, sacrifice and loss for the Middlebury community. We seniors are also mourning the loss of the normal, triumphant ending...

Professor Sheridan has expressed concerns over privacy, noise and availability of materials in the 75 Shannon Street office space.

Struggles at 75 Shannon Street

November 7, 2019
The renovations of Munroe Hall have displaced faculty offices for a handful of departments. These professors have had to downsize their office space to cubicles at the Shannon Street building, which complicated certain daily tasks.
Clifford Symposium examines future of the global ocean

Clifford Symposium examines future of the global ocean

September 26, 2019
The three-day Clifford Symposium last week brought together a variety of disciplinary perspectives on the future of the ocean.
Students gathered in McCullough student center to watch the Democratic presidential hopefuls talk about their platforms.

Middlebury College Democrats host debate watch party

September 19, 2019
Middlebury College Democrats invited students to watching the third Democratic presidential debate last week in anticipation of the 2020 election.
Three new fiction authors shared their work at the Vermont Book Shop. From left to right: Brad Felver, David Moats and Kylie Winger ’19.

NER’s Vermont Reading Showcases Up-And-Coming Fiction Writers

April 25, 2019

An eager crowd filled the Vermont Book Shop to listen to fiction readings presented by the New England Review (NER) as part of its Vermont Reading Series last Thursday, April 18. Three up-and-coming...

Common Ground keynote speaker Thomas Tonatiuh Lopez Jr. on stage 
Friday evening.

Students Talk Inclusivity, Environment at Symposium

March 7, 2019
Sunday Night Environmental Group (SNEG) and other environmental justice groups celebrated the college’s decision to adopt Energy2028 and divest from fossil fuels last month.
Geography professor Pete Nelson sculpts a snowy masterpiece.

Middlebury WinterFest Brings Together Community With A Flurry of Cold Weather Celebrations

February 21, 2019

MIDDLEBURY - WinterFest, a four-day celebration of all things winter, came to the Middlebury community for the second year in a row this past week. The events, planned by the Better Middlebury Partnership...

Student Activists Hold Fossil Free Fest Before Divestment Vote

Student Activists Hold Fossil Free Fest Before Divestment Vote

February 13, 2019

In the days preceding the Trustees’ approval of Energy2028, the Sunday Night Environmental Group (SNEG) and the SGA Environmental Affairs Committee organized a series of events, called the Fossil Free...

SOAN Class Analyzes Exclusion on Campus

January 24, 2019
Students in the Sociology & Anthropology course Trust and Social Capital recently produced a paper analyzing causes and effects of exclusion on Middlebury’s campus.
Wendy Butler’s gun collection.

Middlebury’s Hunters Reluctant to Advertise Their Hobby

November 8, 2018
The reality of the prevalence of hunting in Middlebury and attempts to discontinue its stereotype.

How Midd Works: The Title IX Office

October 25, 2018

The Title IX Office shed light on its procedures and policies, attempting to make more visible what goes on behind the scenes, in the year’s first MiddWorks presentation on Oct. 10. Title IX Coordinator...

On Friday, keynote speaker Nancy Gibbs sat down with Middlebury Women Leaders club President Erin Van Gessel  in Wilson Hall to discuss her career in journalism and offer advice to students.

Time Editor Keynotes Women Leaders Summit

January 24, 2018

The Middlebury Women Leaders group launched their first ever Middlebury Women’s Leadership Symposium this past week with the goal of empowering women and providing an open forum to discuss women’s...

Will Kasso and Kayla Lichtman ’21 painted an image of Rosa Parks with other students at Middlebury Union Middle School on Tues., Jan. 16.

Weekend of Events Celebrates Dr. Martin Luther King’s Legacy

January 17, 2018

The Middlebury community came together early this week to celebrate the life of Dr. Martin Luther King. The events spanned three days. A Sunday talk was followed by a Monday breakfast, then by a mural...

Chellis House Invites Speaker to Tell Personal Story of Human Trafficking

December 6, 2017

A black and white picture of a young blonde girl at the beach faced the audience throughout Barbara Amaya’s presentation about human trafficking in Dana Auditorium on Nov. 29. The girl in the picture...

Sister to Sister Mentoring Program Holds Annual Summit

November 29, 2017

On November 11, middle school girls from Middlebury Union Middle School (MUMS), Vergennes, and Mount Abe, joined female Middlebury students in the Kirk Alumni Center to experience some of Middlebury’s...

Students Organize Run for Reproductive Justice

October 11, 2017

Jogging, panting, and feeling accomplished, 83 runners crossed the finish line of the Reproductive Justice 5k on Sunday, Oct. 8. The event, a collaboration by students with support from the Department...

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