The Middlebury Campus

It’s a tough year to be a tree as vandalism spikes

A spruce tree was uprooted outside of 75 Shannon Street.

By RILEY BOARD

November 21, 2019

There have already been $2,000 worth of damages to campus trees this fall.

Campus Is Vandalized, With College Labeled ‘Racist’

Graffiti appeared Saturday morning in eight different locations on campus, including on Mead Chapel, the college bookstore, and a sculpture outside of Coffrin Hall. The graffiti was removed later that morning.

By WILL DIGRAVIO

October 18, 2017

The Middlebury community woke up to widespread vandalism last Saturday, Oct. 14, after an unknown individual(s) spray-painted condemnations of the college at eight locations on campus. One of the more notable examples occurred at Mead Chapel, where the word “racist” was spelled out across the s...

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