On respect and dignity

On respect and dignity

By VARSHA VIJAYAKUMAR

October 31, 2019

I remember exactly what I was wearing: a white, spaghetti-strapped, shirred crop top and my favorite high-waisted blue jeans. Gold hoop earrings. Worn-in Stan Smiths.

Exchange students need representation

Exchange students need representation

By DAN GOLSTEIN

October 17, 2019

Leaving behind your friends and family for a year is an immense decision, and when I touched down in Burlington after 30 hours of traveling, I couldn’t help but feel that I had chosen wrong.

Update on SGA ‘13 Proposals’

Update on SGA ‘13 Proposals’

By PORTER BOWMAN

October 3, 2019

The Student Government Association (SGA) Senate ended the last semester with threats of dissolution if the administration did not comply with a series of 13 proposals. This year, the new senate hopes to move in a new direction.

SGA Decides Against Dissolution as Academic Year Ends

SGA Decides Against Dissolution as Academic Year Ends

By PORTER BOWMAN

May 23, 2019

Since the Student Government Association (SGA) presented its 13 Proposals for Community Healing at a town hall on April 23, the administration has agreed to address several of the SGA’s demands. For now, the administration’s actions appeared to appease the SGA Senate, who ended the academic year ...

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.

Varsha Vijayakumar for SGA President

Varsha Vijayakumar for SGA President

By THE EDITORIAL BOARD

April 18, 2019

We are proud to endorse Varsha Vijayakumar for SGA President.

On Flags in Ross Dining Hall

By GEORGE WERNER

March 21, 2019

Middlebury's SGA considers hanging a set of national flags in Ross Dining Hall, inspiring a geopolitical discussion.

External Reviewers Assess Impact of Commons System

By JAMES FINN and SABINE POUX

January 17, 2019

An external review committee has released a report evaluating the commons system and delineating areas of potential improvement as a continuation of the college’s “How Will We Live Together” residential life assessment.

No More 24/7 Library For Finals

By RILEY BOARD

December 6, 2018

There will be no more all-nighters this exam season — at least not in Davis Family Library.

SGA to Fund Financial Aid for Lessons at Snow Bowl

By HANNAH BENSEN

November 15, 2018

On Sunday night, the Student Government Association (SGA) passed a Snow Bowl Scholarship Bill allocating $2,500 towards the scholarship fund.

New York Times Free Online Access Canceled; Library to Partner with SGA to Fund Next Academic Year

By PORTER BOWMAN

November 15, 2018

Students will no longer have free access to the New York Times website and online archives after the Times increased the cost of campus-wide access in late October.

Faculty Vote to Divest

By BOCHU DING

November 8, 2018

The faculty voted by a wide margin to endorse the Student Government Association (SGA) fossil fuel divestment bill in a Sense of the Faculty Motion on Friday, Nov. 2.

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