College convenes to discuss alcohol policy

By Middlebury Campus

May 4, 2011

Around 200 students packed into the McCullough Social Space on Tuesday night, May 3 for the open student forum “Alcohol: Use, Abuse, and Disrespect for Community.” The all-student email announcement for the forum provoked strong student reactions and helped boost turnout with the tagline “Is a...

DJs headline spring concert

By Middlebury Campus

April 27, 2011

This week the MCAB concerts committee announced its annual spring concert event, “Triptych,” a three-DJ lineup that will feature DJs Drop the Lime, White Panda and Savoy. The three groups will perform Saturday, May 7 in Chip Kenyon ’85 Arena. Doors open at 9:30 p.m. Drop the Lime hails from Ne...

Students present work at spring symposium

By Middlebury Campus

April 21, 2011

Last week, 270 Middlebury students across disciplines and class years came together to present the culmination of months of research in what has become an annual celebration of academic exploration at Middlebury — the student spring symposium. Now in its first year as a multi-day event, the symposi...

Student research symposium opens

By Middlebury Campus

April 13, 2011

On April 14, the College will kick off its fifth annual Spring Student Symposium.  This year, 268 students from all classes will present their work across 24 disciplines. Led by the Center for Teaching, Learning and Research (CTLR), this year’s symposium will be even larger than previous years. The ev...

Browse our April Fools issue online!

By Middlebury Campus

April 7, 2011

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College confirms Root '12 detained in Syria – UPDATED 3/27/11

By Middlebury Campus

March 25, 2011

As of Friday, March 25, Tik Root ’12 has been missing for a week while studying abroad in Damascus, Syria. His last known contact with friends was March 18. According to a Statehouse employee, on Thursday, March 24, the Vermont House of Representatives received notice that Root is currently being...

Chili fest heats things up

By Middlebury Campus

March 17, 2011

Saturday, March 12 marked the third annual Winter Carnival and Chili Festival in the town of Middlebury. This year, over 3,500 people strolled down Main Street, 1,500 more individuals than last year. For three dollars, attendees could sample 85 different chilies from 54 vendors. Students and faculty from the College joined Vermont families, and together they selected their favori...

College opens new schools abroad

By Middlebury Campus

March 10, 2011

The College has established two new study abroad programs in the Middle East, one in Beer Sheva, Israel and another in Amman, Jordan. The program in Israel was created in cooperation with Brandeis University in Massachusetts. Starting in Spring 2012, intermediate and advanced Hebrew language students can attend the new program, which is affiliat...

Grille to open seven days a week

By Middlebury Campus

March 3, 2011

With the hiring of a new manager, the Grille will once again be open seven days a week. The new schedule will take effect the week of March 7 as David Cannistra comes on board as general manager of retail foods, overseeing dining operations at the Grille, the Ralph Myhre golf course and the lodge at the Snow...

SNG recruits new activists

By Middlebury Campus

February 24, 2011

In recent weeks, student activists have been furiously recruiting for Powershift, trying to expand interest for the conference — which will be held in Washington, D.C. on April 15-18 — beyond the crowd already passionate about environmental action on campus. This effort is part of a larger College...

Spotlight On…Dan Sheron ’10

By Middlebury Campus

February 17, 2011

After he graduated last May, Dan Sheron ’10 packed up and left the States to spend some time in Russia. He ended up writing a set of songs that would become the forthcoming album October’s Road, performed by a newly-formed group they dubbed Balto. We talked to him about writing music in Russia, recordi...

Students evacuate from Egypt

By Middlebury Campus

February 10, 2011

All 22 students slated to attend the C.V. Starr-Middlebury School in the Middle East in Alexandria for the spring semester were safely evacuated by plane to Prague on Monday, Jan. 31 after witnessing demonstrations, violence and looting due to protests against Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak. The pr...

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