Why We Should All Care about This Week’s Finale of “The Bachelor”


March 14, 2019

Filed under Opinion

View-baiting promises aside, this season’s finale looked unlike any before it. For the first time, a woman of color competed for the final rose. 

College Socioeconomic Diversity Disappoints

By Philip Bohlman

September 24, 2014

Filed under News

On Sept. 8, The Upshot, a New York Times blog, published a ranking entitled “The Most Economically Diverse Top Colleges,” where Middlebury College placed 51st. Five NESCAC schools, Amherst, Wesleyan, Bowdoin, Williams and Hamilton were in the top 50, while Middlebury was between peers Carlet...

Students React to Issues of Diversity

By Jess Berry

March 6, 2013

Filed under News

On Wednesday, Feb. 27, Dean of the College and Chief Diversity Officer Shirley Collado sent an all-student email announcing the College’s participation in the Diverse Learning Environments (DLE) survey, conducted by the Higher Education Research Institute (HERI) at the University of California, Los...

Grant Provides Diversity Funding

By Isabelle Dietz

January 16, 2013

Filed under News

Middlebury, along with Williams College and Connecticut College, collaborated in a new initiative to increase faculty diversity called the Creating Connections Consortium (C3). The program is sponsored by a $4.7 million grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. “We recognize now that trying to do this alone d...

Mixed Emotions Greet Middlebury’s Recognition as Open

By Middlebury Campus

September 27, 2006

Filed under Features

"I have been swimming upstream my whole life," revealed Francois "Buttercup" Clemmons. "It is a painful thing to deny who you are." In writing his memoir, "A Song in My Soul," Clemmons embarked on an intellectual and emotional journey to come to terms with his life as a gay, black man. Now, while Clemmons...

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