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Kenshin Cho

Kenshin Cho, Local Editor

Kenshin Cho ’20 is a local editor.
He previously served as staff writer.
Cho’s academic interests include political science, religion, and economics.
During the summer of 2018 he worked at the Middlebury Institute’s James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies, editing articles on Chinese and American nuclear weapon programs. He also conducted research on developments in U.S. export control regulations.
On campus, he’s active in the international community, serving as treasurer for the international students’ organization and the Japanese club.
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Cold Brews, Hot Takes: The Campus Guide to Local Breweries

Cold Brews, Hot Takes: The Campus Guide to Local Breweries

March 21, 2019

Last Thursday, I turned 21. Being in Vermont, I decided to celebrate the occasion not by throwing a Busch-fueled dorm room pregame, but with a local, authentic drinking experience: a craft brewery tour. When...

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A double IPA at Foley Brothers.

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A double IPA at Foley Brothers.

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The Service Building houses staff departments including Facilities and the Title IX office.

Facing Low Wages, Some Employees Forced to Seek Work Elsewhere

January 24, 2019
Low wages in certain staff positions have prompted some colleges employees to leave, seeking work in the surrounding area.
Dave Donahue

Donahue Leaves After Three Decades at Middlebury

November 1, 2018
Dave Donahue leaves Middlebury, where he was engaged in both the college's administration and the surrounding community, for Florida.
Otter Creek Bakery is as successful as ever, but its owners are ready to move on.

Otter Creek Bakery for Sale, Owners Looking for Right Buyer

September 20, 2018
Another Middlebury institution may soon change hands.
The Daily Grind is open for business on Merchants Row.

Daily Grind Replaces Carol’s in Downtown Middlebury

September 13, 2018
A new coffee shop works to fill the void left by Carol's.

Marijuana in Vermont: What’s Been Happening and What’s to Come

May 9, 2018

Over the past year, the legal use of marijuana has been attracting more and more attention in Vermont. Just last month, PhytoCare, a cannabis company from Waterbury, opened the state’s fifth licensed...

Alumni Reflect on Post-Grad Life in Vermont

April 25, 2018

MIDDLEBURY — Standing between the exposed brick walls and raw wooden beams of his office, Evan Deutsch ’12.5 began describing his path from graduation to where he now works, at a design agency he co-founded...

Vermont Brewery Bill  Strengthens Autonomy of Local Companies

Vermont Brewery Bill Strengthens Autonomy of Local Companies

April 4, 2018

MIDDLEBURY — Earlier this month, the Vermont House of Representatives passed a bill changing the relationship between small breweries and distributors in the state. The bill now goes to the Senate, which...

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Fuentes-George Vies for Selectboard Seat

February 28, 2018

MIDDLEBURY — Lindsey Fuentes-George, a Middlebury human services worker, is entering the race for one of two available spots on the town select-board. She is running against two experienced candidates,...

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VT Guard Proposes Waived College Tuition

January 24, 2018

MONTPELIER — State legislators are discussing a proposal that would provide free tuition to members of the Vermont National Guard. Supporters of the bill are hoping that the measure will increase...

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