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Shirley Mao

Shirley Mao, Photo Editor

Shirley Mao ’22 is a photo editor.

She has worked for the Campus since her freshman year of college, covering sports and various school events.

Mao started her photography journey in the summer of 2016. She first explored with filmmaking and then shifted her time to photography. She mainly does landscape, portrait, and street photography.

Mao is studying physics and economics in Middlebury. In the summer of 2018, she interned at Chinese International Capital Corporation (CICC) in Shanghai for two months.

 

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Today's Faculty Council meeting took place on Zoom and was attended by 250 participants. It was the first faculty meeting since the college suspended in-person classes last month.

[Photo] Tenure-bound faculty may defer review process to fall

April 9, 2020

Today's Faculty Council meeting took place on Zoom and was attended by 250 participants. It was the first faculty meeting since the college suspended in-person classes last month.

Students and community members crowded into Wilson Hall on Feb. 13 to hear Naomi Klein, a renowned climate writer and activist, speak about justice and hope in an uncertain time.

[Photo] McKibben talks arrest, upcoming mass action

February 20, 2020

Students and community members crowded into Wilson Hall on Feb. 13 to hear Naomi Klein, a renowned climate writer and activist, speak about justice and hope in an uncertain time.

Business Services had intended to charge students for laundry this fall, but encountered difficulties using student IDs as a payment method.

[Photo] Laundry to remain free for the rest of the semester

October 10, 2019

Business Services had intended to charge students for laundry this fall, but encountered difficulties using student IDs as a payment method.

The Pan-African Latino Asian Native American (PALANA) welcomed its first class as a social house last Fall, and now occupies Palmer house. The new space will allow PALANA to host larger social events.

[Photo] PALANA finds new home in Palmer

October 3, 2019

The Pan-African Latino Asian Native American (PALANA) welcomed its first class as a social house last Fall, and now occupies Palmer house. The new space will allow PALANA to host larger social events....

Sarah Weppler ’21 attempts to dodge past a Bates defender.

[Photo] Women’s Lacrosse Surges Past Bates in Quarterfinals

May 2, 2019

Sarah Weppler ’21 attempts to dodge past a Bates defender.

In 29 games, the Panthers have collected 269 hits, 53 doubles, 8 triples and 17 home runs.

[Photo] Despite Mammoth Sweep, Panthers Set to Play in NESCAC Tournament

May 2, 2019

In 29 games, the Panthers have collected 269 hits, 53 doubles, 8 triples and 17 home runs.

Junior attacker Emily Barnard scored two goals in the tight match against Wesleyan this past weekend.

[Photo] Women’s Lacrosse Captures Tight Win Against Cardinals

March 21, 2019

Junior attacker Emily Barnard scored two goals in the tight match against Wesleyan this past weekend.

Captain Lubomir Cuba ’19 fires off a serve at the Nelson Recreation Arena.

[Photo] Men’s Tennis Begins National Title Defense with Two Shutout Wins

March 14, 2019

Captain Lubomir Cuba ’19 fires off a serve at the Nelson Recreation Arena.

Madeline Riordan ’22 protects the ball against a Connecticut College defender.

[Photo] Women’s Lacrosse Caps Weekend with Two Wins

March 14, 2019

Madeline Riordan ’22 protects the ball against a Connecticut College defender.

Emily Wander ’21 scans the floor and looks to jumpstart a play.

[Photo] Women’s Basketball: Ballin’ with Zero Losses

December 6, 2018

Emily Wander ’21 scans the floor and looks to jumpstart a play.

Mary Cate Carroll ’21 demonstrates excellent form as she dives against the Mammoths.

[Photo] Swim & Dive Falls to Amherst Mammoths

December 6, 2018

Mary Cate Carroll ’21 demonstrates excellent form as she dives against the Mammoths.

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