Letter to the Editor: We Have Jobs, Governor Douglas

By ARABELLA HOLZAPFEL

February 14, 2019


Filed under Opinion

As one of many Middlebury staff members who consider ourselves local political activists, I found Gov. Douglas' statements humiliating.

From Sunrise to SNEG: Youth Campaigns Lead Climate Justice

By EMILY THOMPSON

February 14, 2019


Filed under Opinion

The weekend before finals, Elise Leise ’22, Leif Taranta ’20.5, Connor Wertz ’22, and I traveled to Washington D.C., and two of us got arrested.

Divestment and Energy 2028: A Future Worth Fighting For

By EMILY THOMPSON

January 24, 2019


Filed under Opinion

Institutions that actively seek to propel the climate movement forward are the catalysts needed for national progress.

Dear My People: Black Lives Matter Is Not a Personal Attack

By ALEXIS LEVATO

December 6, 2018


Filed under Opinion

Not black lives matter more, or white lives don’t matter. Black Lives Matter.

Panel Explores Injustice of U.S. Immigration

By BEN DOHAN

November 29, 2018


Filed under News

Speakers discussed the painful and sometimes tragic experiences of immigrants seeking new lives in the United States during a Nov. 15 panel in Dana Auditorium, titled “Trauma and the U.S. Immigration System.” 

DeRay on the Injustices of Today

DeRay on the Injustices of Today

By BOCHU DING

November 15, 2018


Filed under News

Since participating in the racial justice protests in Ferguson, Mo. in 2014, DeRay Mckesson has been wearing the same blue Patagonia vest that he wore there.

Let Equality Bloom: Activism Festival Urges Civic Engagement

By NORA PEACHIN

September 27, 2018


Filed under Local

Well-attended festival included everything from activism trainings to live music.

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