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Sports

Seven questions with Justin Belland ’25, men’s golf

Justin Belland ’25 from Montréal, Canada, is playing in his first season on the men’s golf team. In this installment of “Seven Questions,” Belland discusses his introduction to golf, his journey to varsity athletics, and his hopes for the future.


Local

New tea and shake shop opens in Middlebury, sells Herbalife products

The once vacant storefront at 56 College Street is empty no longer. It is now home to Ignite Nutrition, a shop selling protein shakes, protein-based coffee and energy teas — and they are using products from Herbalife Nutrition, a well-known multi-level marketing (MLM) company. The Campus has confirmed ...





Local

Vermont orchards welcome students back

Addison County apple orchards are now open for the season, offering apple picking, food stands, and musical performances. In addition to being a classic New England fall activity, apple picking grants Vermonters a way to support local businesses and local food production. Many pick-your-own orchards ...


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Arts & Culture

Reel Critic: “Nope”

The promotional material for Jordan Peele’s “Nope” made it clear that the director’s otherwise cryptic third feature film would be an alien invasion movie. Trailers and posters featured a UFO, farm animals being sucked into the sky, an isolated desert locale — everything but the little green ...




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Local

Community members, students hope to bring skatepark to Middlebury

It can be hard to find a place to skateboard in Vermont —  and even harder to find a safe place to experiment with new skills. Currently, most local skateboarders make the trek to permanent skateparks in Burlington, Vt. for a space to hone their craft.  There is no purpose-built skatepark ...


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Multimedia

Photographer Spotlight: Tom Nevins ‘25.5

My dad got me a small camera when I was a kid. I started out recording silly films with my brother, though eventually I figured out how to take pictures. Upgrading to a proper camera,  I took a photography class and it slowly started to become a hobby. 


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Arts & Culture

WRMC Radio Roundup

“Expert In A Dying Field” is New Zealand power pop band the Beths’ third studio album. Released September 16, this album builds on a very consistent sound that the Beths maintain through their discography. But “Expert In A Dying Field” incorporates more personal lyricism than 2020’s “Jump ...


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Arts & Culture

Crossword

Try this week's crossword! Solutions are posted in a separate article under Arts & Culture. 



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Opinion

Employees deserve a cost-of-living adjustment

When the Middlebury Association of University Professors, which has more than 220 members both faculty and staff, asked for a minimum 10% cost-of-living pay adjustment for all employees, we were being more than reasonable. At the faculty meeting last April, 87% of faculty agreed and supported a Sense ...



The Setonian
News

On living consequentially

If I am being entirely transparent, I’m not sure that I remember anything from my own convocation. After the most exhausting week of my life, I feel quite certain I slept through some of it or, at the very least, was too worried about my first day of classes for anything to register. So when I was ...


Arts & Culture

Recapping summer TV favorites

If you’re anything like me, summertime is for catching up on TV shows. This season brought the latest installments of fan-favorite shows like “Stranger Things,” “Never Have I Ever” and “Only Murders in the Building,” but also fresh and exciting programs. I will be recapping four of my ...



Arts & Culture

Reel Critic: “Thor: Love and Thunder”

Early in “Thor: Love and Thunder,” the latest Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) film from writer-director Taika Waititi, a world-weary Thor (Chris Hemsworth) is meditating when his trance is broken by Peter Quill (Chris Pratt), the leader of the Guardians of the Galaxy. “Thor, we need your help ...