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Middlebury voting guide

February 27, 2020
This voting guide answers typical questions about the primary process and voting in Middlebury.

Hey, be nice to the tabling person, please

Hey, be nice to the tabling person, please
December 5, 2019
They say don’t let rejection get to you because you will face a lot more rejections than acceptances in life.

What makes us Middlebury?

What makes us Middlebury?
November 7, 2019
What makes us Middlebury? What is it? For the last four years I’ve felt it and I know it.

An ode to orgs: new (and old) students, get involved!

An ode to orgs: new (and old) students, get involved!
September 19, 2019
Whatever you thought you knew about Middlebury College before, you will likely leave having made the following conclusion: To become a Middlebury student is to become involved. 

Mandatory Bias Training is Necessary but Insufficient; Hamilton Forum is Proof

April 18, 2019
The need for mandatory bias training has been ignored for years.

Notes From the Desk: Why Zeitgeist?

March 21, 2019
Zeitgeist, The Campus’ first annual student survey, aims to discuss questions we often avoid.

Why the Fork Are People Throwing Dishes in the Trash?

February 21, 2019
I would like to state unequivocally that it is wrong to take dishes from our shared dining halls and abandon them around campus for staff members to collect

Hillel Honors 11 Killed in Pittsburgh

Display in the Davis Library honors the victims of the Pittsburgh attack.
Hillel Hosts Shabbat In Solidarity
November 8, 2018
Hillel has focused on providing internal support for the college’s Jewish community in the aftermath of the shooting at Pittsburgh’s Tree of Life Synagogue on Saturday, Oct. 27.

Notes From the Desk: Please Send Us Tips

October 25, 2018
We’re excited to announce the creation of a new tipline on our website, that allows readers to anonymously suggest stories for us to look into.

The Bristol Harvest Festival: A Day of Sales, Crafts, Music and Pie

The Bristol Harvest Festival: A Day of Sales, Crafts, Music and Pie
September 27, 2018

BRISTOL — Vendors, crafters, ponies and musicians braved a cold and drizzly morning in Bristol on Saturday, Sept. 22, gathering early on the Town Green to set up for the 20th annual Harvest Festival.  “I...

Charter House Opens Early Amid Growing Need

The Charter House Coalition continues to provide support to the Addison County homeless community with a modified shelter program, relying on local hotels and motels in Middlebury, including the Middlebury Marriott, to provide short-term housing.
September 13, 2018
The Charter House continues to meet community needs.
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