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Pipeline March

Pipeline March

May 7, 2013

On Tuesday, May 7, students and community members marched across campus to protest the College's support for the construction of a natural gas pipeline from Colchester, VT to Chittenden and Addison County....

Taste of Addison County

Taste of Addison County

May 7, 2013

On Tuesday, May 7, students had the opportunity to sample and purchase local food in the Mahaney Center for the Arts from noon to 2 p.m. The event, "Taste of Addison County," was put on my the Middlebury...

Spring Construction Kick-Off

Spring Construction Kick-Off

April 7, 2013

On Thursday, April 4, Middlebury's Solar Decathlon team welcomed visitors to Ridgeline parking lot, the location of the team's new house, InSite. Festivities included speeches by President Ron Liebowitz...

Pulse Found-Object Percussion

Pulse Found-Object Percussion

April 7, 2013

On Saturday, April 6, percussion ensemble Pulse performed in Hepburn Zoo. Pulse, a group from Skidmore College, is a found-object percussion group. Listen to the full 30-minute show here:  [soundcloud...

Liveblog — Beyond Divestment

Liveblog — Beyond Divestment

March 6, 2013

The Campus' Leah Pickett '13 and Molly Talbert '13.5 will be liveblogging "Beyond Divestment: Money and Finance for Living Economy," a talk by president of the New Economics Institute Bob Massie and...

Trolley Rides on Hepburn Road

Trolley Rides on Hepburn Road

March 6, 2013

The Be Bright campaign, sponsored by Middlebury's Sustainability Integration Office, launched the "Pledge Ride" event Wed., March 6 on Hepburn Road. The Pledge Ride aimed to involve students in the energy...

Mardi Gras in Burlington

Mardi Gras in Burlington

March 3, 2013

On Sat., March 2, students had an opportunity to attend Burlington's very own Mardi Gras celebration as part of the 18th Annual Magic Hat Mardi Gras on Church Street. The event benefitted the Women's...

Liveblog: CCSRE Symposium’s Workshop on Refugees

March 1, 2013

The Campus Current will be liveblogging the Center for the Comparative Study of Race and Ethnicity's workshop on novel writing, activism, and refugees. The event, facilitated by VT Refugee Resettlement...

The Middlebury Moth: Rude Awakenings

The Middlebury Moth: Rude Awakenings

February 22, 2013

On Thursday, Feb. 21, students packed the Gamut Room for "The Middlebury Moth: Rude Awakenings." The Middlebury Moth, modeled after The Moth New York City, features student storytellers who must tell...

Westerveld Discusses M Gallery Exhibit

November 29, 2012

"Reflections on Quw'ustun Tribe Identities," an exhibition of dry pastel portraits by Levi Westerveld '15.5, recently completed its exhibition period at the M Gallery in the Old Stone Mill. The Campus'...

The Middlebury Moth: Food

The Middlebury Moth: Food

November 15, 2012

On Thursday, Nov. 15 storytellers took to the Gamut Room stage for The Middlebury Moth's food-themed story night. Performers were Dan Egol '13, Conor Luck '15, Jordan Collins '15.5, Janet Bering '13...

50 Years of Fly Fishing

50 Years of Fly Fishing

November 15, 2012

On Thursday, Nov. 15 the Fly Fishing Club invited journalist and fly fisher John Merwin of Dorset, VT to Middlebury for a lecture. Merwin is one of the world's most widely read angling journalists, and...

Southern Society Dinner

Southern Society Dinner

November 14, 2012

On Wednesday, Nov. 14 students gathered in Atwater Dining Hall for a dinner planned by the Middlebury Southern Society. The menu included fried chicken, fried okra, black eyed peas, collard greens, mashed...

Stoop Kid Performs on Pick-Up

Stoop Kid Performs on Pick-Up

October 28, 2012

Student band Stoop Kid set up on top of a pick-up truck on Friday, Oct. 26 for an impromptu performance. Band members include Taylor Bickford (guitar), Joel Feier (drums), Paul Donnelly (bass), Erik...

On Saturday, Oct. 5, Cook Commons hosted the Cook Commons Fall Family Festival on Forest Lawn. Attendees enjoyed caramel apples, apple cider donuts, pumpkin carving, live student music, and a petting zoo.

Cook Commons Festival

October 7, 2012

     

Students gather at Crossroads Cafe to watch the first presidential debate. The College Republicans and College Democrats co-hosted the event, which drew enough students to fill every seat in the Grille and Crossroads.

Presidential Debate

October 3, 2012

   

On Thursday, brother and sister Ben Schiffer 10 and Rachel Schiffer 06.5 paired up for wire^2, an original show that combined Rachels wire walking, Bens electronic music, and dance. Rachel currently performs at the Midnight Circus in Chicago, while Ben is set to begin a job in sound design for Cirque de Soleil this fall. The event was part of the Clifford Symposium. (Photos by Brendan Mahoney)

wire^2

September 29, 2012

  On Thursday, brother and sister Ben Schiffer '10 and Rachel Schiffer '06.5 paired up for "wire^2", an original show that combined Rachel's wire walking, Ben's electronic music, and...

Capture The Flag

Capture The Flag

September 21, 2012

Students on Battell Beach squared off in a game of capture the flag, an event organized by the Pick-Up Games superblock. The 25 participants were treated to Cookie Love cookies and music throughout the...

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