In Response to “Stanger and Callanan Talk Murray at Princeton”

By KEMI FUENTES-GEORGE

November 1, 2018

As a faculty member, I would like to respond to some mischaracterizations of campus life, and faculty relations in particular, that I noticed in a Campus story last week’s.

Not Victims, Not Risks, Not Impressed

By Guest Contributor

March 16, 2016

This letter was co-authored by three Middlebury survivors. It is not our intention to speak for all survivors, but rather to speak from our own situated experiences. The identities inhabited within adjudicatory processes are not divorced from the world outside of them – race, class, ability, gender, im...

Alumni Find Humor in Sales Ban

By Guest Contributor

March 9, 2016

To the editor, I laughed out loud when I saw Middlebury making national news with its recent ban on Red Bull. So did the entire station full of paramedics and EMTs where I volunteer, since I couldn’t help but pass around the NBC News article quoting college officials who blamed energy drinks for...

Letter to the Middlebury Community

By Guest Contributor

March 9, 2016

Editor’s Note: In light of the specific account and criticisms made in this column, The Campus asked the administration if it wanted to respond.  We publish that response here.  Middlebury College understands that the process of investigation and adjudication of any alleged violation of our Stu...

Letter to the Editor

By Guest Contributor

October 21, 2015

To the Editor, The Campus opinion pages have included a number of references as of late to the Center for Careers & Internships (CCI) and its perceived role in not only adding stress to students’ lives as they consider summer plans and/or life after Middlebury, but also for doing too little in offering...

Look Before You Leap

By Guest Contributor

February 11, 2015

I am Jake Nidenberg, a native of Brooklyn, N.Y. and a junior here at Middlebury College. I am a declared Mathematics and Economics double major and a member of the Men’s Varsity Basketball team. I am writing in response to “It’s Actually Just a Game,” the Notes from the Desk by Hannah Bristo...

More Than a Game: College Athletics Develop Integrity and Character

By Guest Contributor

February 11, 2015

Dear Hannah and Isaac, I read your piece, “It’s Actually Just a Game,” with more than a touch of bemusement. I am the straw man you address with a strange amount of earnestness, stereotyping and half-truths, your qualification that it is “less a reflection about individuals" or should I say, disq...

The Middlebury Seal: Here To Stay

By Guest Contributor

January 21, 2015

To the Editor: In the two weeks since Middlebury announced its new identity system, I’ve heard from several students and alumni who said they were confused at first about one important point: the status and future of the Middlebury seal. As we have said in every statement about the new system, in...

The Benefits of MiddCourses

The Benefits of MiddCourses

By Guest Contributor

November 19, 2014

One of the most beautiful and terrifying aspects of college life is the perpetual change.  These four years are some of the least constant of our lives. We build our days around dorms and classes and teachers and friends that will inevitably shift in a few months. Academically, we immerse ourselves in four o...

Reasons to Divest

By Sophie Vaughan

November 19, 2014

We are in a different place than we were last time. During the last public divestment from fossil fuels campaign, that is. Personally, as a first-year last year, the word “divestment” seemed taboo on this campus and I could not fully wrap my head around it. On the one hand, it was sullied because o...

An Open Letter to the Faculty

By Guest Contributor

November 19, 2014

To the Faculty,  We write to you as the student leaders of the group MiddIncluded. We are spearheading the campaign to change Middlebury’s current cultures and civilizations requirements. This letter is an effort to clarify what our campaign stands for, to explain why these changes are necessary...

Sexual Assault Clarification

By Guest Contributor

October 22, 2014

We are writing in response to the article Oct. 8 Campus article “Report Shows that Sexual Assault Numbers Tripled.” While we think it is important that the topic of sexual assault is covered in the Campus, we were disappointed by the ways that the article misrepresented the issue. First of all, the title was ...

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