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August Rosenthal ’17 and Lana Meyer ’17 play endearing characters in Talley’s  Folly.

[Photo] Talley’s Folly Considers Love and Fear

December 8, 2016

August Rosenthal ’17 and Lana Meyer ’17 play endearing characters in Talley’s Folly.

Stories Find New Life at Monroe St. Books

March 10, 2016

You may have passed it by on your way to Burlington, or you might have turned the car and parked like we did. Monroe St. Books is an unabashed, yet not entirely flashy, used bookstore on Rt. 7 North, lined...

Middlebury Railway Renovation Sparks Debate

Middlebury Railway Renovation Sparks Debate

January 27, 2016

The train tracks that run through town, seemingly broken down décor, are scheduled for a substantial improvement. The Vermont Agency of Transportation plans to lower the railroad beds to accommodate...

The North End Honeys: The Beginnings of a Band

The North End Honeys: The Beginnings of a Band

December 9, 2015

We met Erin and Hannah, co-founder of the North End Honeys, in Bristol in October.  They had just finished playing a set at a harvest fair, an upbeat and self defined “screaming honky tonk” duo with...

Lessons of Love and Hate: Patrick the Giver

Lessons of Love and Hate: Patrick the Giver

November 18, 2015

I was sitting in Bristol Bakery the other day, when the man next to me offered to clear my plate. “I’ve got nothing better to do,” he said as he took the cups and bowls of a few neighboring tables...

Rustin Swenson 'Inspired' Sanders' Candidacy

Rustin Swenson ‘Inspired’ Sanders’ Candidacy

November 13, 2015

Last weekend at Champlain Orchards, Humans of Vermont met Rustin Swenson, a Norwegian turned Vermonter, and the self-proclaimed reason Bernie Sanders is running for Presidential office. We sought out Swenson...

For young local, trick-or-treaters the focus pf Halloween is on the candy and on dressing up. Courtesy Wendy Walcoff

Halloween: Local Versus College Experience

November 4, 2015

On Saturday, Oct. 31, Humans of VT took to South Street to talk to trick-or-treaters.  Flickering jack-o’-lanterns, witches, the cast of Frozen (including a real-life pony dressed as Sven!) and mad...

Humans of Vermont Shines Spotlight on Locals

Humans of Vermont Shines Spotlight on Locals

October 14, 2015

Last spring, three Middlebury seniors started Humans of Vermont, an independent study modeled after the popular Humans of New York, created in 2010  by Brandon Stanton. Traveling to different parts...

Swing Clubbers hit the stage for a crowd-pleasing showcase of hard work and talent (Jacob Dixon).

All Abord the Swing Express

April 16, 2014

This past Friday evening, the Swing Dance Club took the stage for their first official performance in McCullough Social Space, lighting up the room with energy and dance moves. The show, featuring nearly...

Feminism author Courtney Martin talks body image issues among college girls. (Campus/Ying Teoh)

The Glacier Underneath: The Plague of Perfectionism

February 26, 2014

From small talk in Proctor, to late-night brownie binges and even later nights in the library, the constant chatter that echoes through campus concerning the “perfect girl” not only exists, but has...

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