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Foreign Correspondents: Yaoundé, Cameroon

By ESME FAHNESTOCK

By EMILY RAY

November 1, 2018

It didn’t feel like the country of Cameroon, situated between West and Central Africa, had just elected the same president, Paul Biya, for the seventh time, after having lived under his power for 36 years.

The Pragmatic Left: Dos and Don’ts for Winning Elections

By JOEY LYONS

September 13, 2018

How the Democrats can come out on top.

Response to ‘Germany’s Racist Wake-Up Call’

By JANNIS BUSCHKY

October 4, 2017

As the AfD (Alternative für Deutschland) shattered the traditional political landscape by coming in as the third strongest party with 13 percent of the vote, last week’s German election continues to unsettle Germans and foreigners who fear for the tolerance and inclusivity that has characterized the pol...

Calvin McEathron Finishes Campaign

Courtesy New Market Press Vermont

By Harry Cramer

November 5, 2014

On Tuesday, Nov. 4, Calvin McEathron ’16 concluded his bid for the two-seat Addison-1 district in the Vermont House of Representatives. When the votes were tallied Tuesday night, Amy Sheldon and incumbent Betty Nuovo took first and second and will represent Middlebury in the legislature. McEathron...

New First Year Senators Elected

By Emma Dunlap

September 24, 2014

The online voting period for the Student Government Association (SGA) First-Year Senator elections opened last Friday, Sept. 19. First-years placed their votes in ranked order for three candidates: Christina Brook ’18, April Poole ’18, and Jin Sohn ’18. When the polls closed twenty-four hours later...

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