New protest policy incorporates student and faculty input

New protest policy incorporates student and faculty input

By NORA PEACHIN

December 5, 2019

After multiple drafts and much debate, the new policy went into effect on Nov. 21, 2019.

Students protest human rights abuses in Palestine at lecture by former Israeli diplomat

Students protest human rights abuses in Palestine at lecture by former Israeli diplomat

By RAIN JI

November 21, 2019

About 25 students participated in a peaceful protest during a lecture by Israel's first Bedouin diplomat.

The student journalist’s dilemma

The student journalist’s dilemma

By ALEX NEWHOUSE

November 21, 2019

On November 10, journalists from The Daily Northwestern posted an editorial apologizing for the way in which they covered student protests of a speech by former Attorney General Jeff Sessions.

What will you do now?

What will you do now?

By EMILY THOMPSON

September 26, 2019

Though I use alarmist language to describe the climate crisis, I actually don’t think much about this emergency anymore.

Moss Pushes False Narrative… Yet Again

By ALEXANDER KHAN

May 9, 2019

As a future attorney and accidental free-speech advocate, I have been particularly concerned by Professor Kevin Moss’s recent false attacks on political science professors in the fallout from the Legutko lecture cancellation.

I Didn’t Need to Engage with Legutko to Know Homophobia Exists — Did You?

By TAITE SHOMO

May 2, 2019

As one of the main organizers for the protest against Ryszard Legutko’s visit to campus, I have had very little time to focus on anything else.

Administrators Failed Protesters and Lecture Organizers

Administrators Failed Protesters and Lecture Organizers

By THE EDITORIAL BOARD

April 25, 2019

Last week, the administration canceled a talk by conservative Polish scholar and politician Ryszard Legutko due to safety concerns.

Official Statement by Middlebury Student Organizers Regarding the Events of April 17, 2019

April 25, 2019

We have decided to release this statement in an attempt to clarify the situation, legitimize our perspective, and uphold how these events have affected us as a group and as individuals.

Re-visioning Our Education: A Call to Support SGA’s Proposals

By VEE DUONG and JULIANA DUNN

April 25, 2019

This past week, we were angry. We were disappointed. We were not surprised.

Dear College: Reject This Tale of Two World Views

By SEBASTIAN GRANDIAS

April 25, 2019

National politicians and news media have painted Middlebury as being at the center of an irreconcilable conflict of values.

Two Years After Murray, Students Reflect on the Disciplinary Process

Two Years After Murray, Students Reflect on the Disciplinary Process

By SARAH ASCH

March 21, 2019

Two years ago, students protested and shut down a lecture by Charles Murray, a controversial sociologist whose attempts to link race with intelligence have led many to consider his work racist. The day after the March 2 protest, President Laurie Patton sent an all-school email expressing her disappointment.  ...

What I Have Learned At Middlebury College

By JOEL MACHADO

February 21, 2019

I have learned some rather unsettling things about this college that I would like to take the opportunity to highlight.

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