Student leaders elected in runoff

By Middlebury Campus

May 4, 2011


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Riley O’Rourke ’12 will return to serve his second term as President of the SGA for the 2011-12 academic year while Janet Rodrigues ’12 will assume the position of student co-chair of Community Council (SCOCC). O’Rourke secured his position by 15 votes after a contentious race that ended in...

Sepomana 2011

By Middlebury Campus

April 28, 2011


Filed under Arts & Academics

Seopmana, an annual music festival organized by WRMC, brought four acts to the stage Friday night at McCullough Social Space. Das Racist, Free Energy, Oberhofe, and the Ivorys played for over four hours to a crowd that grew steadily towards capacity. The acts were sequenced well, giving the night a...

Middlebury resident crafts innovative GLBTQ project

By Middlebury Campus

April 27, 2011


Filed under Local

April 7 marked the second anniversary of the passing of the Marriage Equity Act that legalized same-sex marriage in Vermont. The group that spearheaded the movement, Vermont Freedom to Marry, continues to fight for universal equality today. Madeleine Winterfalcon, assistant in academic administration,...

Grille and 51 Main continue to lose money

By Middlebury Campus

April 27, 2011


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In the 2010 fiscal year, the Grille lost $200,000, while 51 Main lost an additional $90,000. Improvements in profitability, the opening of Crossroads Café and the continued needs of the College for social spaces are all informing the ongoing conversation over dining at the College. According to Patrick...

Student Co-Chair of Community Council Candidates’ Letters of Intent

By Middlebury Campus

April 27, 2011


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Kevin Broussard '12 My name is Kevin Broussard ’12 and I am the current RA of the Queer Studies House. This year is also my second year serving as a member of Community Council.  I am writing to you to state my intent to run for Student Co-Chair for Community Council for the upcoming school-year.  A...

SGA Presidential Candidates’ Letters of Intent

By Middlebury Campus

April 27, 2011


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Riley O'Rourke '12 My name is Riley O’Rourke and I am a junior from New York City, but I grew up spending a lot of time in Vermont. Because of this Middlebury was the first school I ever looked at and I love it here. I want to use the office of SGA president to make student life as great as possibl...

Women’s tennis adds two wins to tally

By Middlebury Campus

April 20, 2011


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The women’s tennis team traveled to Maine this weekend for a pair of away wins. These victories will advance the 10th ranked Panthers to five game winning streak and an 8-1 record. The weekend started at Bowdoin College where they defeated the Polar Bears 6-3. In the number one singles spot, Victoria...

Midd Murmurs collects stories

By Middlebury Campus

April 20, 2011


Filed under Features

Middlebury Murmur, which officially launched last week, allows students, faculty, staff and alumni to record stories about their Middlebury experiences specific to a place on campus. By calling 802-443-2600 and typing in the number in the orange blurb specific to each building on campus, you can hear recorded ...

Softball sails to 17-4, winning five in a row

By Middlebury Campus

April 20, 2011


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The Lady Panthers flattened Hamilton, scoring 30 runs with only 27 hits on Saturday. The Middlebury Women’s Softball team record now stands at 17-4 overall, and 8-1 for NESCAC West. They have been on a winning streak, winning nine games in the past few weeks. Against the Continentals, the Panthers...

Slam poets travel to national competition

By Middlebury Campus

April 20, 2011


Filed under Arts & Academics

Anna Gallagher ’12, Alex Geller ’12, Maya Goldberg-Safir ’12, Mori Rothman ’11 and Bella Tudisco ’13.5 didn’t have high expectations when they traveled to Yale University on the first weekend of spring break for the northeast regional poetry slam qualifying tournament. They had heard about...

H.I.P. sparks student discussion

By Middlebury Campus

April 20, 2011


Filed under News

On April 24 from 2:30-4:30 p.m. in the Gamut Room, Be H.I.P. (Highly Informed People) and Get H.I. (Highly Informed) will host an event featuring discussions on the current situation in the Middle East. The featured student panel, organized by student leaders Toby Israel ’14 and Mariam Boxwala ’13,...

Said explores identity

By Middlebury Campus

April 14, 2011


Filed under Arts & Academics

Najla Said presented “Palestine,” her one-woman show, to an intimate audience April 11 at the Chateau Theater. The performance was the first in a series of guest-lectures that comprise the Women’s and Gender Studies Program’s focus on Palestine, with additional support from the Arabic department,...

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