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The Middlebury Campus

Anti-racism is not just a trend

By Editorial Board July 4, 2020
"As the summer carries on, it’s inevitable that the news cycles will change. But this is not a passing moment. It is and should be a turning point. To look away now would be to perpetuate centuries of systemic violence, to further marginalize our nation’s most vulnerable."
SARAH FAGAN

Alone, but not lonely: five socially-distant love languages

By EDITORIAL BOARD April 22, 2020
"Chances are, we’re all in need of a little love right now."
Desperate times call for flexible measures

Desperate times call for flexible measures

By EDITORIAL BOARD April 9, 2020
"We started out this remote experiment thinking about how to adapt the structure of lecture halls to our laptops, but we should also be envisioning ways to bring the intimacy of our Zoom screens back to our classrooms."
MILLIE VON PLATEN

Where Did the Small School Go?

By THE EDITORIAL BOARD September 20, 2018
Classes are getting fuller, lines are getting longer and the essential aspects of Middlebury are at risk.

If We Are to Move Forward

By THE EDITORIAL BOARD September 14, 2017

The word “community” is a trite word on this campus — in classes, in club meetings, in glossy admission materials. Since the beginning of her tenure, President Laurie Patton has stressed the importance...

The Importance of Being Wrong

By THE EDITORIAL BOARD May 10, 2017

On April 20, 2017, Professor Bert Johnson wrote in to this paper with an apology. This doesn’t happen frequently; we were surprised and moved. Professor Johnson, chair of the Political Science Department,...

Changing Middlebury Pack Behavior

By The Middlebury Campus May 3, 2017

Last week we published an op-ed by Esme Valette ’16 illuminating “predatory pack behavior” on campus. She pointed to a “Hunters and Hunted Party” thrown by a group of senior boys in the spring...

Rethinking The Judicial Process

By The Middlebury Campus April 26, 2017

In the wake of the highly controversial protests against Charles Murray — which raised questions about the nature of free speech, political expression and power imbalances at Middlebury — many students...

In Defense of an Intersectional Education

By The Middlebury Campus April 20, 2017

The liberal arts curriculum advertises itself as preparing us with skills that will apply to any job we might take while offering a selection of classes that spans a multitude of academic disciplines....

Letter From The Editors

By The Middlebury Campus March 9, 2017

Each week, the Editorial Board of The Middlebury Campus publishes an editorial, a statement meant to reflect the “official position” of our student publication. As a board of over thirty students,...

Show Murray What We Stand For

By The Middlebury Campus March 2, 2017

This Thursday at 4:30 p.m. in Wilson Hall, Dr. Charles Murray will discuss Coming Apart, his 2012 book which “explores class divisions in the United States, placing particular emphasis on the White working...

Towards a More Just Opinions Section

By The Middlebury Campus September 15, 2016

As Middlebury’s Homecoming weekend approaches, one can feel a burgeoning sense of school pride. A number of factors might form that feeling – excitement about seeing graduated classmates, a sense...

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