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Turner House, Homer Harris revoked from rising juniors

By HATTIE LEFAVOUR

April 30, 2020

In response to anger from the rising senior class, Turner House and Homer Harris House are no longer available as superblocks for rising juniors.

Small senior houses allotted to rising juniors in superblock process

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By HATTIE LEFAVOUR

April 9, 2020

Turner House and Homer Harris House, typically available to seniors in the room draw process, were granted to rising juniors in this year's superblock program.

ISO opens conversation on residential space

Members of the International Student Organization (ISO) draw new members at the Student Activities Fair last month.  ISO is in the process of establishing a residential space associated with their organization.

By ABIGAIL CHANG

March 5, 2020

As the housing application process kicks off, the International Student Organization (ISO) is eying a residential space for international students that would function as a space for intercultural dialogue across the student body.

Lottery Held for Ridgeline Townhouses

By Will DiGravio

March 23, 2016

A live lottery for the Ridgeline Townhouse Application Process took place in Dana Auditorium on Monday, March 21. 10 of the 12 units were offered, granting 80 senior students to live in the new Ridgeline Townhouses opening this fall. The two remaining units will be included in the regular room draw process...

Munford a New Interest House

By Maggie Caputi

February 25, 2015

As of the start of the 2014-2015 school year, Munford has become an Intentional Living interest house. Over the past few years, students have consistently applied to live in Munford as an intentional living Superblock. The sustained commitment to this theme in Munford caused the College to transition the...

Off-Campus Approvals Drop

By Maggie Caputi

February 25, 2015

The off-campus housing lottery, which took place on Tuesday, Feb. 17, approved 58 rising seniors to live off campus for the 2015-16 school year. Including senior Febs who have been granted approval, the number of students permitted to live off campus next year amounts to 95—a slight decrease from th...

The Attic Stores New Creative Space

By Elizabeth Zhou

October 1, 2014

This year marks the launch of a new arts-themed social house on campus. Located in Prescott House on Ridgeline Road, the Attic was founded by Hannah Giese ’16, Emma Gee ’16 and Jackie Wyard-Yates ’16.5, and currently houses thirty students. Last year, Giese, Gee and Wyard-Yates heard that there...

Residential Life Decides Superblocks

By Aleck Silvia Pinto

April 10, 2013

Residential Life has released its decision announcing the groups that have been awarded superblock housing for the 2013-2014 academic year. The committee has approved the Collective Mind group for Palmer House, the Design House in Jewett, the Exploration and Adventure group in Meeker House, the Superplay...

Housing Shortage Prompts Change

By Bronwyn Oatley

February 20, 2013

Facing a spring housing shortage, lounges in Gifford Hall, Hadley Hall and Milliken Hall were converted into to dorm rooms in order to provide an additional 14 beds for students, a change that permitted students to have greater flexibility in their late-January decisions about whether to return to campus,...

Housing Demystified

An aerial view of the College showing most housing options. (Courtesy/Middlebury College)

By Stephanie Roush

January 16, 2013

While most students have a distant relationship with the housing department, limited only to the ups and downs of the annual housing lottery, Melissa Childs ’14 has a different perspective. As a ResLife intern this past summer, Childs worked closely with Residential Systems Coordinator Karin Hall-Kolts ...

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