The Middlebury Campus

EatReal Pitches to Old Chapel

By Mark Sinks

April 23, 2014

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EatReal has made strides in recent weeks toward bringing sustainable food to the College’s dining halls. Founded in 2013, EatReal aims to raise awareness of “real” food and match the national Real Food Challenge’s standards...

Students Demand Sustainable Food

By Eliza Teach

December 4, 2013

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A food survey sent to the student body by the Student Government Association (SGA) on Oct. 28 has provided the SGA with concrete data based on 1,219 student responses to help focus and forward the real and sustainable food movement...

Crossroads Swimming in Sushi Profits

By Nitya Mankad

November 13, 2013

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With the addition of Sushi with Gusto, Crossroads is experiencing an increase in both revenue and customers. The formerly entirely student-run retail operation was brought under the jurisdiction of the College this fall and is...

Students Form Local Food Group

By Emilie Munson

October 16, 2013

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This year, the College’s numerous student organizations focusing on food consciousness have joined forces to create a Food Cluster group. Led by College Food and Farm Educator Sophie Esser Calvi ’03, the Food Cluster is a...

Panel Challenges the Future of Food Sector

By Jordan Seman

October 16, 2013

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The College’s focus on local and sustainable food continues this month with “Eating Forward,” a campaign organized by Olivia French ’14 and Jake Nonweiler ’14. The series, which runs through October, features environmentalists...

Symposium Launches Food Studies

By Harry Cramer

October 9, 2013

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On Oct. 5, the College held the Cultivating Food Literacy symposium, and McCullough Social Space filled with educators, students, and activists to discuss how to educate students on the growth, distribution, and consumption of...

Middlebury Foods Tackles Local Hunger

By Emilie Munson

April 17, 2013

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Though most of us overlook it, the College, one of the wealthiest institutions in the state, is located in one of the poorest counties in Vermont: Addison County. In the three counties surrounding Middlebury, 30,000 people have...

Candlelight Dinners Push For Sustainability

By Emma Eastwood-Paticchio

October 31, 2012

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Candlelit dinners, which the College’s Campus Sustainability Coordinators (CSCs) began last year, are continuing to be held in Proctor or Ross every Wednesday night this semester. The dinners initially occurred once every other...