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NESCAC promotes Mental Health Awareness Week

NESCAC promotes Mental Health Awareness Week

By Henry Wilhelm

February 27, 2020

For schools across our conference, this week is NESCAC Mental Health Awareness Week. But what does “awareness” mean? It’s a question the Student Athlete Advisory Committee, or SAAC, asked ourselves as we planned the events for the week. Being aware of your mental health is about taking time to...

Sports recaps: Nov. 14

Sports recaps: Nov. 14

November 14, 2019

Sports recap

What makes us Middlebury?

What makes us Middlebury?


November 7, 2019

What makes us Middlebury? What is it? For the last four years I’ve felt it and I know it.

With Easy Voter Access, Students Opted to Vote Local

With Easy Voter Access, Students Opted to Vote Local


November 29, 2018

Midterm elections historically see far lower turnout than presidential elections, especially among college students. But this year’s midterms, at least in Middlebury, represented a deviation from that trend: 67 more students cast their votes in the town of Middlebury this midterm election than during the 2016 presidential election, a 30 percent increase. 

PALANA House Headed to Palmer in 2019


November 29, 2018

Palmer House will become the new location of PALANA, the Pan-African, Latinx, Asian and Native American intercultural academic interest house. After gaining approval from the Community Council, the redesignation will happen in time for the 2019-20 school year.

‘He Flashed Me’ : Harassment on Town Roads Often Goes Unreported


November 8, 2018

Many female college students have experienced harassment on town roads during their time in Middlebury. Although there are systems in place to deal with these incidents once reported, silence often surrounds this issue.

David Provost Talks College Finances


November 8, 2018

David Provost, the executive vice president for finance and administration, discussed the college’s long-term debt and the ways in which the office is working to stop the continued trend of increased student tuition in a talk on Friday, Nov. 2 as part of SGA’s “How Midd Works” initiative. He...

One Year After Opening, The Rough Cut Announces Closure

Just a year after its opening, the Rough Cut announced Tuesday that it will be closing its doors on Friday, Nov. 9.


November 7, 2018

The local restaurant joins the crowd of other businesses, including Storm Cafe and The Lobby, that have closed this year.

Middlebury Students Can Vote in Vermont, Here’s How You Do It

Middlebury Students Can Vote in Vermont, Here's How You Do It


October 28, 2018

Too late getting in your absentee ballot? You can register to vote on election day in Vermont. So no need to panic.

Students Lead Charge to Ban Crisis Pregnancy Center from Campus

The Pregnancy Resource Center is located on Court Street near Middlebury Union High School.


October 25, 2018

A group of students and faculty are circulating a petition to ban a local Crisis Pregnancy Center (CPC) from advertising and participating in on-campus activities.

Middlebury Rallies to Support Survivors

Students and community members in downtown Middlebury join the nationwide #BelieveChristine campaign organized by and for survivors of sexual assault.


October 4, 2018

Students and community members in downtown Middlebury joined the nationwide #BelieveChristine campaign.

The Concussion Diaries

The Concussion Diaries

By Kyle Finck

April 3, 2014

It was a one-in-a-million chance or a message from God. In Nov. 2008, Sierra Stites ’14 was standing on the sidelines watching her high school soccer team play. Then, a ball kicked from an adjacent field slammed into her head, whipping her skull forward and forever changing her life. “My origin...

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