The state plans to close all walk-in Covid-19 vaccination clinics by Jan. 31, according to the Vermont Department of Health. In preparation for this closure, clinics statewide have begun transitioning to new hours. These new operating hours, which started in December, include more availability on weekends and evenings, with the intention of encouraging more Vermonters to seek vaccination around the holidays.
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The University of Vermont’s Board of Trustees voted on Oct. 27 to freeze current tuition rates for the fifth consecutive academic year. The trustees also approved freezing room and board fees for the fourth year in a row. According to Financial Services at UVM, the current annual tuition for undergraduates is $16,280 for in-state students and $41,280 for out-of-state students.
Update 01/05/2023: According to Blaise Siefer ’23.5 and Marco Fengler ’23.5, last year’s men’s team co-presidents, the men’s team paid out of pocket for jerseys. The SGA Finance Committee approves budget lines for jerseys on a case by case basis.
This past weekend, the Middlebury Maple Run was held for the first time since 2019. Among the most widely-participated athletic events in Addison County, according to its website, the Maple Run has become one of the most respected races in New England. While the event’s main attraction is the 13.1-mile half marathon, the USA Track & Field-sponsored race also offered options of a 3-mile fun run and a relay.
An increase in interest in the Computer Science Department and a shortage of faculty have severely limited the number of classes being offered in the department this fall.
After a nationwide search by a committee of faculty, staff and students, in association with the firm Storbeck Search, Middlebury has named Khuram Hussain as the next vice president for equity and inclusion.
A group of 17 Middlebury students volunteered this past March for a FiveThirtyEight Research Project on abortion wait times for clinics across the U.S . The team, which was led by Professor of Economics Caitlin Myers, dedicated upwards of 10 hours each over the course of two Mondays in order to call 737 abortion clinics in 46 states, as well as the District of Columbia, to ask the date of the next appointment for an abortion.