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Alone, but not lonely: five socially-distant love languages

SARAH FAGAN

By EDITORIAL BOARD

April 22, 2020

"Chances are, we’re all in need of a little love right now."

Zeitgeist takes on love

Zeitgeist takes on love

By ARIADNE WILL and BENJY RENTON

April 22, 2020

The Campus asked Middlebury students to participate in the second annual Zeitgeist survey in November, looking to gain insight into campus culture by asking the questions that are often not discussed. This year’s survey included an exploration of love, relationships and the ever ill-defined “hook-up culture.”

A love letter to the class of 2019.75

The class of 2019.75 congregated at the football to watch the sunrise — an annual Senior Week tradition — on Saturday, March 14.

By VARSHA VIJAYAKUMAR

April 22, 2020

"When we first got to campus as doe-eyed teens, I don’t think any of us knew we’d be signing up for a rollercoaster ride."

Recipe: Oatmeal chocolate chip cookies

Recipe: Oatmeal chocolate chip cookies

By IZZY LEE

April 22, 2020

Try this recipe to share some love (in the form of cookies) with your quarantine buddies.

Full house for faculty

Family jam session.

By RAIN JI

April 22, 2020

With the whole family stuck at home, professors make the most of the extra time with their kids.

The librarian is in: Love

The librarian is in: Love

By KATRINA SPENCER

April 22, 2020

Check out Camille Perri's novel for a popular, if flat, representation of love between two women. Alternatively, Desveaux and Lou's warm graphic novel that connects two women on different continents romantically through art.

Queer love stories: a compilation

Queer love stories: a compilation

By SOPHIA MCDERMOTT-HUGHES

April 22, 2020

“Queer love is so beautiful and powerful and I'm so grateful that I get to experience it, whether romantically or platonically."

Treatises on non-romantic matters of the heart

Treatises on non-romantic matters of the heart

By JOHN VAALER

April 22, 2020

These three book recommendations offer action, thrill, research, and of course, love and relationships in their various forms.

Bar Night to brewery: Starting a business together post-Middlebury

Cayla Marvil and AC Jones with their dog Barley Smalls, the honorary CEO of Lamplighter Brewing Co.

By HANNAH BENSEN

April 22, 2020

Cayla Marvil ’13.5 and AC Jones ’12.5 first met each other in the basement of Two Brothers Tavern; a few years later, they co-founded Lamplighter Brewing Co. in Cambridge, Mass.

Goodbye

Goodbye

By REGINA FONTANELLI

April 22, 2020

"This was supposed to be our spring, our few months of peace before saying goodbye."

A lover’s guide to Middlebury

By WILL O'NEAL

April 22, 2020

A senior's sage guidance for falling in love and keeping your cool.

Who started Proc Crush Lists, anyway?

Who started Proc Crush Lists, anyway?

By RILEY BOARD

April 22, 2020

We tracked down the student behind the Middlebury tradition, which started in 2005.

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