College Revises Events Policies, Citing Threats on Campus and Nationwide

College Revises Events Policies, Citing Threats on Campus and Nationwide

By NICK GARBER and KYLE NAUGHTON

September 27, 2017


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In response to threats of violence following student protests of Charles Murray’s lecture last spring, as well as recent hostilities at the University of Virginia, administrators moved to revise the college’s policies on events and invited speakers. Provost Susan Baldridge first announced the changes in an ema...

Meet the Editors – Fall 2015

By Nathaniel Wiener

October 4, 2015


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In this Sunday, October 4th 2015 broadcast, the editors of The Middlebury Campus join host Nathaniel Wiener to discuss their plans for the paper during the 2015-2016 academic year and discuss the week's editorial, "Disrupt the Finance Pipeline".

College Mourns Nathan Alexander ’17

College Mourns Nathan Alexander ’17

By Christian Jambora

April 8, 2015


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On Thursday, April 2, Nathan Alexander ’17 was found in his room in Milliken Hall after taking his own life. President of the College Ronald D. Liebowitz announced Nathan’s passing in an email addressed to students, staff, and faculty. “We know this comes as a great shock to his many friends...

College convenes to discuss alcohol policy

By Middlebury Campus

May 4, 2011


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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...

Student leaders elected in runoff

By Middlebury Campus

May 4, 2011


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Riley O’Rourke ’12 will return to serve his second term as President of the SGA for the 2011-12 academic year while Janet Rodrigues ’12 will assume the position of student co-chair of Community Council (SCOCC). O’Rourke secured his position by 15 votes after a contentious race that ended in...

Hundreds walk for cancer

By Middlebury Campus

May 4, 2011


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On April 29, the College held its annual Relay for Life in Kenyon Arena. The event was created by the American Cancer Society to raise funds and awareness for cancer research. Attended by hundreds of students, faculty and staff, the event succeeded in raising nearly $125,000, an increase over last year’s $...

Final plan revitalizes Atwater landscape

By Middlebury Campus

May 4, 2011


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Thanks to the work and vision of many students and faculty, the College community will likely see a dramatically new Atwater Commons area this fall. After months of planning and review, the College has begun to finalize plans for the area’s re-landscaping. The undertaking, more commonly known as “Turf...

Students gather for Cultivation Conference

By Middlebury Campus

May 4, 2011


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Students from across the northeast descended upon the College April 29-30 for the Campus Cultivation Conference. Hosted by the Middlebury College Organic Farm (MCOF), the conference convened to discuss the challenges of creating a garden or farm on a college campus. Approximately 20 students from Williams,...

Beyond the Bubble

By Middlebury Campus

May 4, 2011


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On Sunday, May 1 America’s most wanted fugitive was killed in Pakistan under the cover of darkness. Following a direct order given by President Obama, mission “Geronimo” was given the go-ahead, beginning a chain of events that would end the nearly decade-long search for Osama bin Laden. Following...

College Shorts

By Middlebury Campus

May 4, 2011


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Students celebrate death of Osama bin Laden At 11:35 p.m. on May 1, President of the United States Barack Obama announced that U.S. special forces had killed Osama bin Laden. The news caused an eruption of varying emotions across the country, but college campuses proved to be mostly jubilant. Student journa...

Overseas Briefing

By Middlebury Campus

May 4, 2011


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BUENOS AIRES — I went to an all-girls school for 10 long and, against my best efforts, formative years of my life. A relatively liberal, non-religiously affiliated all-girls school. They preached a very odd, though subtle, type-A version of “I am woman, hear me roar.” And, yes, before you ask,...

DJs headline spring concert

By Middlebury Campus

April 27, 2011


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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...

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