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On the Record: An introduction

This J-Term, I’m working my way through a few thousand Campus articles as part of an independent study, looking through old coverage to get a sense of what we’re doing well, where we have room to improve and how our paper has evolved over the past four years. So, I thought, now that I’m more steeped ...

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Archiving Dissent: Feminist lessons for student activists

In the early 2000s, student activists completely encircled Old Chapel to protest sexual assault on Middlebury’s campus. They had a simple demand that the college was ignoring: to install more blue lights. As the protest continued, President Lebowitz’s “right hand man” came out to engage with ...

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Ilsley Public Library announces renovation plans

The Ilsley 100 Project Team, responsible for leading renovations to the Ilsley Public Library in downtown Middlebury, has announced the options for a library makeover. The library building will reach its 100th anniversary in 2024, and with the space struggling to meet community needs, the team has proposed ...

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Let’s bring panthers back to Vermont

The Jan. 14 issue of The New York Times contains an interesting op-ed entitled: “Cougars Are Heading East. Welcome Them.” Its author, Mark Elbroch, describes the gradual return of big American cats (also known as cougars, mountain lions, pumas or panthers) to their former habitats east of the Mississippi ...

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Home Recap: How did the Panthers do this weekend?

J-Term may be winding down, but the winter sports season is picking up steam. With the NESCAC playoffs in sight, every team is pushing in the hopes of maximizing their fortunes in February. Given that the majority of teams boast a winning record, the remainder of the season promises to be an exciting ...

Arts & Culture

WRMC Radio Roundup 1/26

On his new album “Me / And / Dad,” Billy Strings revisits a number of bluegrass standards alongside his father, who taught him to play guitar as a child. Backed up by an all-star cast of bluegrass pickers, including Ronnie McCoury and Jerry Douglas, Strings and Barber take turns singing lead on ...


Seven Questions with Charlotte Marks ’23.5, field hockey

Charlotte Marks ’23.5, from Manchester, Mass., is a Senior Feb on the Field Hockey Team. She plays defense and has been named to two NFHCA All Region First Teams and two All-NESCAC Second teams. In this installment of “Seven Questions,” Marks discusses how the team prepares for a field hockey ...