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A pair of presidential podcasts

A pair of presidential podcasts

April 15, 2021

Much like everyone else in 2020, former Presidents Bill Clinton and Barack Obama added “podcaster” to their already-lengthy resumes. Take a look at what two students have to say about these new presidential...

‘Why Am I Telling You This?’: Bill Clinton Takes the Mic

April 15, 2021

As president, Bill Clinton was known for repeating the rhetorical question “Why am I telling you this?” in speeches. It makes sense that Clinton, a notoriously talkative and sociable person, used the...

Porter Hospital is in the process of creating a permanent display in support of the Black Lives Matter movement in one of the center’s main vestibules as part of their DEI initiative.

Porter Hospital launches DEI program to address healthcare inequalities

March 25, 2021

Porter Hospital launched several diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) initiatives in February in an effort to ensure more equitable healthcare for Vermonters.  One initiative involved the formation...

Administrative officials have been hard at work creating a function space that includes academic classrooms, a cafeteria, and spaces for extracurricular activities.

Burlington High School will relocate to old Macy’s store in wake of toxic chemical clos

February 4, 2021
Burlington High School is set to re-open on March 4 in a renovated building that was once a Macy’s department store in downtown Burlington.
Capitol riots leave D.C.-based students reeling

Capitol riots leave D.C.-based students reeling

January 28, 2021
Middlebury students living in and around Washington D.C. were shaken by the events of Jan. 6 and watched as the city tightened security in anticipation of Inauguration Day.
Hannah Laga Abram ’23 wins this year’s Ward Prize

Hannah Laga Abram ’23 wins this year’s Ward Prize

December 3, 2020
The Ward Prize gives recognition to first-years at Middlebury across disciplines with a talent for writing.
Student political groups brace for Election Day, aftermath

Student political groups brace for Election Day, aftermath

October 29, 2020
College Republicans, College Democrats and Sunday Night Environmental Group navigate election participation.
Kim and Robinson moved to Middlebury from southern California in July and have been learning the ropes at the inn ever since.

New Swift House Inn owners work to find footing in Middlebury

October 15, 2020
In the midst of a global pandemic, moving across the country to buy an inn and restaurant in a rural college town seems like an unimaginably risky venture. But for Matthew Robinson and Serena Kim, the new owners of Swift House Inn, it’s been a remarkably seamless transition.
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