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Arts & Culture

Reel Critic: “The Fall Guy”

Ryan Gosling and Emily Blunt are ready to put their Barbenheimer rivalry behind them. In “The Fall Guy,” stuntman-turned-director David Leitch’s latest action-comedy extravaganza, the supporting stars of last summer’s two biggest hits join forces to trade in feminist satire and apocalyptic angst ...







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Local

Liv, Love, Local: Elli Parr

While students may know Elli Parr from its location on Main Street that opened in 2023, Sara Nelson originally founded her business back in 2015, intending to create a handcrafted jewelry brand based in Vermont. Since she first pursued a physical studio space in 2020, Elli Parr has expanded to two locations: ...


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News

Monitors stolen from Ross Dining Hall

A Ross Dining Hall checker was doing morning setup around 5:45 a.m. on Monday, April 30, when the Department of Public Safety alerted the dining hall staff that both computer monitors had been stolen, the receipt printer had been smashed and the wires had been torn out of the ground. 


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Arts & Culture

Reflections from an A&Senior

If you flip past news, past local and past opinions (a more time-consuming feat than ever this week), you’ll arrive at the ever-evolving Arts & Culture section (A&C). If news is the responsible eldest, local the well-adjusted middle child and opinions the loud, jaded teen , A&C is the ...


The Setonian
Opinion

From my archives: Second guessing as a second semester senior

For the past three years, I’ve been hoarding issues of The Campus in my closet. I’ve passed dozens of issues, some with faded ink, from my tiny Gifford room with a slanted ceiling to summer storage units to different corners of Forest Hall. With graduation approaching and limited space in my suitcase, ...


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Local

EZ Trips Updates Transit Routes, Provides On Demand Ride Service

In an effort to improve transportation accessibility, Tri Valley Transit (TVT) announced the launch of EZ Trips on April 10, a free door-to-door on-demand ride service in Middlebury. Launched on May 8, the service is a potential substitute for services like Uber or Lyft, which do not exist in the area. ...




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Arts & Culture

Makes Ya Feel: The sopho-more the merrier

Gallery hoppers, Spotify stalkers, bookworms, Letterboxd users and anyone who enjoys art, this is the place for you. Makes Ya Feel highlights art across all of its mediums, small- and large-scale, that (you guessed it) makes ya feel! Check back often for recommendations, reviews and discussions.


The Setonian
Opinion

Sarah Says: Signing off

I have worked for The Middlebury Campus since the second week of my freshman year, primarily as an Opinions Editor. When I assumed the role of Editor at Large this year (a wonderfully vague title), I was granted almost total discretion over my writing. Soon into the fall semester, I decided to start ...


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Local

Behind the Label: Vermont Soap

Less than ten minutes away from campus in a solar-powered warehouse, Vermont Soap manufactures dozens of organic personal care products. Vermont Soap has been perfecting and expanding its natural soap products for over thirty years and distributes its goods locally and internationally.  



The Setonian
Sports

Audrey MacLean ’27 secures NESCAC Rookie of the Year

The Middlebury Women’s Track and Field team wrapped up their season recently by triumphing at the NESCAC Championship, their third title in a row. The team had a number of standout performers, but arguably no one left a bigger impression than Audrey MacLean ’27, who crossed the finish line first ...




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