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Sarah Fagan

Sarah Fagan, Visuals Director

Sarah Fagan ’22 is the Visual Director.

She has previously served as the Cartoon Editor and a contributing cartoonist.

Fagan is studying History, with a particular love for how the arts provide the clearest window to the past.

Her previous coverage at the Campus includes numerous editorial cartoons, as well as several that take a political stance.

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Dining hall staff adapted this recipe for Yukgaejang, or Korean Beef stew, from a family recipe to one that serves 280 people and requires 88 lbs of beef.

[Photo] Breaking bread: Dining halls lay the foundations for community life at Middlebury

May 13, 2021

Dining hall staff adapted this recipe for Yukgaejang, or Korean Beef stew, from a family recipe to one that serves 280 people and requires 88 lbs of beef.

Dining staff adapted this recipe for Yukgaejang, or Korean Beef stew, from a single family recipe to one that serves 280 people and requires 88 lbs of beef.

[Photo] Custodial reshuffling prompts mixed reactions from staff

May 13, 2021

Dining staff adapted this recipe for Yukgaejang, or Korean Beef stew, from a single family recipe to one that serves 280 people and requires 88 lbs of beef.

Without the financial burden of travel and lodging, departments have been able to remotely host speakers who might previously have fallen outside of their budgets.

[Photo] Silicon lining: Pandemic-era digital tools open new learning opportunities

March 25, 2021

Without the financial burden of travel and lodging, departments have been able to remotely host speakers who might previously have fallen outside of their budgets.

Of the 1,511 students who participated, The Marriage Pact formed 625 romantic and 130 platonic matches. One lonely student was left matchless.

[Photo] A match made in algorithm: 60% of students participate in the ‘Middlebury Marriage Pact’

March 18, 2021

Of the 1,511 students who participated, The Marriage Pact formed 625 romantic and 130 platonic matches. One lonely student was left matchless.

This spring, the student-led organization kicked off a series of eight workshops exploring the intersections of prejudice and social life.

[Photo] Created by and for students, JusTalks curates workshops that tackle hard questions

March 11, 2021

This spring, the student-led organization kicked off a series of eight workshops exploring the intersections of prejudice and social life.

The CDC recently released new guidelines for fully vaccinated individuals, but the college has thus far not made any changes to campus protocols and is not currently collecting data on which students are partially or fully vaccinated.

[Photo] Student essential workers among first to receive Covid-19 vaccine

March 11, 2021

The CDC recently released new guidelines for fully vaccinated individuals, but the college has thus far not made any changes to campus protocols and is not currently collecting data on which students are...

The International Programs office saw a nearly 13% decrease in study abroad applications compared to this time last year.

[Photo] Board of Trustees approves tuition hike, takes steps toward balanced budget

March 4, 2021

The International Programs office saw a nearly 13% decrease in study abroad applications compared to this time last year.

A group of students arrived on Jan. 16 to conduct in-person research or work on their theses, joining the seventeen students still on campus who had stayed through winter break.

[Photo] College sunsets phased reopening model, go/snitch amid Covid-19 policy changes

February 4, 2021

A group of students arrived on Jan. 16 to conduct in-person research or work on their theses, joining the seventeen students still on campus who had stayed through winter break.

After keeping the schools abroad closed for the fall with the hopes of opening up most schools for the following semester, Middlebury has cancelled all 16 of the programs for spring 2021.

[Photo] Middlebury Schools Abroad project $3.5–3.7 million deficit

January 28, 2021

After keeping the schools abroad closed for the fall with the hopes of opening up most schools for the following semester, Middlebury has cancelled all 16 of the programs for spring 2021.

Vermont anticipates a COVID-19 vaccine ahead of its FDA review on December 10th.

[Photo] Select Vermonters may receive Covid-19 vaccine by year’s end

December 3, 2020

Vermont anticipates a COVID-19 vaccine ahead of its FDA review on December 10th.

Staff relocated students’ belongings several times throughout the spring and summer, but some students returned to find items had not made it to their new rooms.

[Photo] After spring exodus, students and staff scramble to account for belongings left behind

October 15, 2020

Staff relocated students’ belongings several times throughout the spring and summer, but some students returned to find items had not made it to their new rooms.

Remote learners balance online courses, jobs and other responsibilities from different time zones, all while trying to connect with on-campus classmates and student organizations.

[Photo] Distant but not disconnected: Zooming in on remote learners

October 15, 2020

Remote learners balance online courses, jobs and other responsibilities from different time zones, all while trying to connect with on-campus classmates and student organizations.

Taxes

Taxes

October 1, 2020

Ruth Bader Ginsburg, leader of the liberal wing of the Supreme Court and household figure, died at the age of 87.

[Photo] Middlebury mourns Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death and reflects on her legacy

October 1, 2020

Ruth Bader Ginsburg, leader of the liberal wing of the Supreme Court and household figure, died at the age of 87.

Professors working from home are finding new ways to balance childcare and work responsibilities.

[Photo] Work and personal lives blur for professors teaching from home

September 24, 2020

Professors working from home are finding new ways to balance childcare and work responsibilities.

Following the suspension of in-person classes in mid-March, Middlebury sent a school-wide email reminding students that the college will count them in the 2020 Census. 

[Photo] Covid-19 outbreak exacerbates difficulties with Census 2020

April 16, 2020

Following the suspension of in-person classes in mid-March, Middlebury sent a school-wide email reminding students that the college will count them in the 2020 Census. 

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