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Republican presidential candidate Bill Weld visits campus

Weld spoke candidly with 40 students about his dismay with the Republican Party under President Donald Trump and his hopes for the future of the party.

By PORTER BOWMAN

October 31, 2019

Weld is the first presidential candidate to visit campus during the 2020 election cycle.

Community Rallies for Trans Rights with Dancing, Speakers

Students show their solidarity for transgender students in front of Proctor Dining Hall.

By SARAH ASCH

November 1, 2018

Middlebury students participate in a #WontBeErased rally in the wake of the HSHS memo's release on Oct. 21.

National Security Expert Talks Russia Investigation

By CHRIS GERNON

October 4, 2018

The Campus speaks with Garrett Graff about his reporting on the Russia investigation.

Professor Returns from Iran, Discusses Experience

Professor of Religion Ata Anzali

By NICK GARBER

February 16, 2017

On Jan. 29, a federal court in Boston issued a temporary stay on President Donald J. Trump’s executive order barring travel to the United States from seven Muslim-majority countries. For Professor of Religion Ata Anzali and his wife, who were spending his sabbatical in their native Iran, this ruling...

Students Petition for a ‘Sanctuary Campus’

Over 400 students, faculty and community members stood in front of Old Chapel as part of the nationwide “walk-out” in support of the “sanctuary campus” movement.

December 1, 2016

Middlebury College moved to increase its support of current and prospective students who are living in the country illegally, according to a statement released by Laurie L. Patton over Thanksgiving break, in an emphatic rebuke of President-elect Donald J. Trump’s promises to end illegal immigration. The...

Trump Victory Roils Campus

About 200 students protested the election of Donald J. Trump on Sunday, marching around campus to chants of “Not my president” and “Love trumps hate.”

By ALEX NEWHOUSE and ELIZA TEACH

November 17, 2016

News of Donald J. Trump’s election as the nation’s 45th president sent waves of shock and uncertainty throughout campus, prompting students to stage protests against the president-elect and discussions of what the next four years will bring. For many, election night was a surprising and ultimately...

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