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The consequences of kindness – Phillip Ziff ‘10.5

By Middlebury Campus

October 7, 2010

As you may have already heard, a Rutgers freshman, Tyler Clementi, leapt to his death off of the George Washington Bridge on September 22th. He was 18 years old and bullied for being gay. Dharun Ravi and Molly Wei are being charged with invasion of privacy after streaming video footage of Tyler having...

Truth in biases

By Middlebury Campus

September 30, 2010

An article in the New York Times last week described yet another issue that the Texas Board of Education took with their history textbooks.  The board accused that the new books assert a “pro-Islamic bias” and an anti-Christian agenda, and members worry about the influence such heretical material...

Educating for a Greener Future

By Guest Contributor

November 20, 2008

With all due respect to my fellow faculty members, I'd like to think that Nick Muller and I, with joint appointments in Economics and Environmental Studies, have the best teaching jobs on campus. Our students not only study the great challenges of this century; if we're doing our job, they also acquire ...

Two Too Hot for Middlebury During Winter

By Guest Contributor

November 17, 2005

In response to fossil fuel pollution, rising oil prices and complaints about building temperatures, we, a subset of the Sunday Night Group, have formed The 2 Degree Campaign as a student/staff-run effort to raise awareness on heating issues in the dorms and to lower the overall temperature of campus...

ADP Apologizes for Half Time Fumble

By Guest Contributor

October 31, 2001

In response to the embarrassing half time show over Homecoming Weekend, I would first like to apologize, on behalf of Alpha Delta Phi (ADP) and as the Inter-House Council (IHC) representative to the administration and the Middlebury community, for any offenses taken. There have been many questions and fears...

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