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Kyle Naughton

Kyle Naughton, Opinion Editor

Kyle Naughton '19 is an opinion editor.
He previously served as a writer and news editor.
He is majoring in International Politics & Economics with Arabic as his linguistic focus.
During the spring of 2018 he studied abroad in Amman, Jordan, where he taught a weekly course on English to Syrian refugees in addition to attending the University of Jordan.
Previous experience includes an internship with his local congressman and senator of Connecticut, working for the Press Team of the Department of Education in Washington, D.C., and performing risk consulting services for financial institutions in New York City.
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Patton Announces New Position to Lead Inclusivity Training

December 6, 2017

As part of the college’s efforts to improve “cultural competency and racial awareness” on campus, President Laurie L. Patton has announced the establishment of a new position, entitled director of...

SGA, Patton Develop Common Agenda

November 8, 2017

The Student Government Association (SGA) has recently formulated a common agenda in collaboration with the administration and president of Middlebury Laurie L. Patton. The agenda lists nine specific points...

Student Government Association meeting in the Robert A. Jones '59 Conference Room

SGA, Patton Develop Common Agenda

November 1, 2017

The Student Government Association (SGA) has recently formulated a common agenda in collaboration with the administration and President of Middlebury Laurie L. Patton. The agenda lists nine specific points...

The SGA has approved Laurie L. Patton's proposal for a

SGA Passes “Midd Day” Proposal

October 18, 2017

The Middlebury Student Government Association (SGA) recently passed a proposal to incorporate a new “Midd Day” event into the school calendar. This proposal will enable the President of Middlebury...

A new bookstore policy will eliminate in-store book shopping.

Bookstore Announces Move to Online Delivery

October 11, 2017

The Middlebury bookstore has recently announced plans to switch its textbook distribution platform to a purely online system by the spring semester of 2018. This online platform will be run by the international...

The new granite pathway in front of Proctor dining hall

Stone Walkways Replace Cowpaths

October 4, 2017

The facilities staff at the college has recently begun the process of updating sidewalks throughout campus, successfully overseeing the construction of three new stone pathways surrounding Proctor dining...

Students protested Charles Murray's lecture on March 2, 2017

College Revises Events Policies, Citing Threats on Campus and Nationwide

September 27, 2017

In response to threats of violence following student protests of Charles Murray’s lecture last spring, as well as recent hostilities at the University of Virginia, administrators moved to revise the...

Provost Susan Baldridge

Envisioning Middlebury Moves Forward

September 20, 2017

The Envisioning Middlebury program is currently entering its second year of implementation, and both student groups and administrators feel optimistic about the initiative’s future. “The Envisioning...

Jin Sohn '18 served as SGA Chief of Staff during the 2016-17 year.

SGA President Jin Sohn Talks Year Ahead

September 14, 2017

This week The Middlebury Campus sat down with Jin Sohn '18, the new Student Government Association (SGA) President. This interview has been lightly edited for clarity, and was conducted both in-person...

Rae Aaron ’19.5 has served on the SGA since February 2016.

Rae Aaron Elected Speaker of SGA Senate

September 14, 2017

During the Sept. 10 meeting of the Student Government Association (SGA), Feb Senator Rae Aaron ’19.5 was elected speaker of the senate. Senator Aaron has served on the SGA since February 2016, her first...

SGA Debates the Future of Free Speech on Campus

May 10, 2017
In their final session of the semester, SGA senators voted down a bill that would have protected controversial speakers from being disrupted. Critics said the bill threatened students’ right to protest.

New Housing Software Suffers Glitch

May 10, 2017

During the scheduled housing registration period on Tuesday, April 25, the new StarRez housing software suffered a glitch that prevented students from signing into their accounts. Students across multiple...

SGA Update

May 3, 2017

The April 23rd meeting of the Student Government Association (SGA) began with senatorial updates regarding constituent feedback. Senator Pustejovsky first outlined her constituents’ concern over the...

Students Elect SGA President, CC Co-Chairs

April 26, 2017

The spring elections for the Student Government Association (SGA) were held on April 19, appointing a multitude of new representatives who will serve in the Senate next year. Jin Sohn ’18 was elected...

Meal Plan Changes to be Implemented Next Fall

April 26, 2017

Starting in fall 2017, Middlebury will use a swipe-based dining plan to replace the current open dining system. Students will be required to swipe their MiddCards to gain entrance into campus dining halls...

Student Government Association Update

April 20, 2017

The April 9 meeting began with a discussion pertaining to election reform within the senate bylaws. President Karina Toy ’17 proposed that the senate consider framing the election for Co-Chair of Community...

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