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Yvette Yinuo Shi

Yvette Yinuo Shi, Arts and Academics Editor

Yinuo (Yvette) Shi ’19 is an Arts & Academics editor.
She previously served as an arts & sciences contributing writer.
Shi is majoring in International & Global Studies/European Studies with a minor in Film & Media Culture. She plans to do her senior independent work on the Jewish diaspora in Shanghai.
During her 2017-18 school year abroad in Berlin, she interned for the ZEBRA Poetry Film Festival Münster | Berlin as a festival assistant. She also worked as a German-Chinese translator at the 19th Poesiefestival Berlin.
In the past, she has worked as a reporter at The Addison IndependentShanghai Daily and Sixth Tone. This year, she is working on translating a Chinese collection of essays into English with Professor Thomas Moran.
 
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Language Table manager Stephen Chen ’19.5 cleans up after a busy lunch period.

Techies Unite: Language Table Initiative Expands Its Options

March 14, 2019
Tech Table provides a space for students to talk to professors in a non-academic setting.
Economics Department Academic Coordinator Amy Holbrook has held her current position since 1997.

‘I Teach Them How to Do Their Jobs’: The Careers of Coordinators

January 24, 2019
Academic coordinators keep the school running, but some are unsure how long their current jobs will last.
MuseumWorks interns Elizabeth Warfel, Laurel Margerum, Jessie Kuzmicki and Lyra Ding (all ’19) helped curate and design the exhibit.

Continuity of Change: Student Curators Unpack the Depths of College Archives

November 8, 2018
Student curators unpack the depths of college archives.
Profesor Uricaru is in her 7th year teaching Film and Media Studies in Middlebury College.

Professor’s Debut Film Screened Worldwide

October 11, 2018
Ioana Uricaru’s Journey to Her First Feature Film
Jack Ewing discusses Volkswagon's emission scandal.

NYT Reporter on the VW Scandal & Corporate Culture

October 4, 2018
Ewing discussed how Volkswagen committed massive crime and fraud.
'The Foreigner’s Home’ Explores Morrison’s Vision of Otherness

‘The Foreigner’s Home’ Explores Morrison’s Vision of Otherness

September 27, 2018
"The Foreigner's Home," a potentially life-changing film, encompassing the theme of Otherness, screened at the Annual Clifford Symposium.
Interview: NYT's Jack Ewing Talks Volkswagen Scandal, Upcoming Lecture

Interview: NYT’s Jack Ewing Talks Volkswagen Scandal, Upcoming Lecture

September 23, 2018

In September 2015, the Environmental Protection Agency disclosed that the German automaker Volkswagen (VW) had installed devices in 11 million cars that cheated emissions testing, permitting their...

The nude photo is part of Lu’s project in 2012 to fight against domestic violence.

Chinese Feminist Fights Guerrilla Wars

May 3, 2017

In China, a country with the world’s second largest economy, women create 41 percent of the GDP. In 1990, Chinese women’s annual salary was about 80 percent of their male counterparts. Six years ago,...

Jingchen Jiang ’18 plays the guzheng part of a 13-minute long piece.

Students Bring First-Ever Guzheng Recital

March 16, 2017

As a college well-known for its international vision, Middlebury College does a fairly good job of bringing different aspects of diverse cultures to its members. But there is always more to be showcased,...

The photo, from “American Flags of Faces Exhibit” in Ellis Island, is also the front cover of Saunders’ new book.

U.S. History: From Portraits to Selfies

February 23, 2017

Imagine a museum exhibition that not only amazes, inspires and entertains you along every step, but also challenges you with questions and ideas posed by every meticulously selected work of art. The latest...

Middlebury, VT - Middlebury College Director of the Arts Pieter Broucke.

Professor Brings Exhibit on Acropolis

January 19, 2017

With the start of J-term, the Middlebury College Museum of Art has brought a brand new exhibition to campus, titled “Untouched by Time: The Athenian Acropolis from Pericles to Parr.” On Jan. 13, Professor...

Bala Loca, created by a Middlebury professor, centers on Chilean society and politics.

Bala Loca Makes U.S. Premier at College

November 3, 2016

On Thursday, Oct. 20, the Chilean television show Bala Loca (Stray Bullet), created by Assistant Professor of Film and Media Culture David Miranda Hardy premiered in Dana Auditorium. More than 60 students,...

Caroline Snell ’19 won the Ward Prize for her essay on power and petroleum in Asia.

Ward Prize Honors First-Year Writing

October 13, 2016

On Friday, Oct. 7, the 39th presentation of the Paul Ward ’25 Memorial Prize acknowledged student members of the Class of 2019 who have produced outstanding essays for their first-year writing classes....

The Open Space Laboratory encourages diverse and experimental dance expressions.

Open Space Brings Improv to Dance

September 29, 2016

As committed, busy college students, it may be difficult to recall the last time we spent a complete two hours with other people in complete silence. Yet on Saturday, Sept. 24, participants of “Open...

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