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College Instagram campaign features sanctioned student protester, reviving Murray tensions

College Instagram campaign features sanctioned student protester, reviving Murray tensions

By JAMES FINN

April 26, 2020

The Instagram story, which was later deleted, featured a photo of Austin Kahn ’17.5 protesting Murray’s visit in Wilson Hall.

When it comes to open expression, keep the conversation open

When it comes to open expression, keep the conversation open

By EDITORIAL BOARD

December 5, 2019

A couple weeks ago, an email popped up in your Middlebury inbox from the Office of the President introducing the student handbook’s new Policy on Open Expression and revised Demonstration Regulations

Most students choose to remain in Chile despite continued civil unrest

Sidra Pierson ’21, who chose to remain in Chile for the remainder of the semester, said she watched smoke rise above the city as fires set by arsonists raged.

By JAMES FINN

November 14, 2019

The study abroad office is currently working with students to ensure they receive the credit they need, regardless of whether they chose to stay or leave.

Foreign correspondent: Becca Berlind in Barcelona

Foreign correspondent: Becca Berlind in Barcelona

By BECCA BERLIND

November 7, 2019

I often wind up at the mouth of the Mediterranean on Sunday nights.

Two Years After Murray, Students Reflect on the Disciplinary Process

Student supporters waited outside the Service Building in May 2017, as student protesters of Charles Murray arrived for their Judicial Board hearing.

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.  ...

Coming Together: A Charles Murray Reflection

By PEDRO MIRANDA

November 1, 2018

The Murray incident led me to believe that there was another side to the debate, containing ideas that I would never encounter at Middlebury.

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