Town Reflects on Relationship with College after Inauguration

By Harry Cramer

October 14, 2015

This Monday, Oct. 12, The Campus conducted an array of interviews in the town of Middlebury regarding its relationship with the College. These interviews were conducted with business owners, local residents and employees, and are intended to represent a diverse body of opinion. They come on the heels...

town/gown – 1/14/10

By Middlebury Campus

January 14, 2010

Here’s what I love about Middlebury, Vt., in no particular order: The mountains — skiing, hiking...heck, just looking at them. I have lived in the Champlain valley, framed by mountains, for 20 years and I have yet to get sick of them. My family — Gang’s all here! I never met a relative I didn’t...

Town/gown – 12/03/09

By Middlebury Campus

December 7, 2009

I always get especially sentimental around the holidays. Perhaps it’s how they don’t change. In my family, the month of December means skiing, cookies, a Christmas tree and my mother’s nutcracker collection parading across the mantel in our living room. There are things about the holidays that...

Town/gown – 11/19/09

By Middlebury Campus

November 18, 2009

I spent three hours in lab last Thursday removing nodules from the roots of bean plants. I loved it. At one point, I turned to the people in my lab group and exclaimed, “This reminds me of digging for potatoes! Have you ever done that? It’s so fun. Like digging for buried treasure.” Sometimes...


By Middlebury Campus

November 12, 2009

Professors are funny people. I don’t mean funny as in odd: I mean humorous. In fact, I find myself laughing out loud in class several times a week. This happens even in the midst of the most serious discussions: I started guffawing rather boisterously today while the professor lectured about methyl...

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