TEDxMiddlebury showcased a series of thought-provoking talks centered around this year's theme, ‘Truth and Dare.’ After seven months of meticulous planning, TEDx took to the Dana Auditorium stage in full form featuring speakers other than Middlebury students for the first time since the pandemic on Saturday, Nov. 11 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. The event brought together four speakers who advocated for challenging conventional norms, embracing the power of storytelling and acknowledging the significance of remembrance.
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Facilities announces Stewart Hall renovations, finalizes new first-year residence hall project timeline
If the new first-year dorm is finished by spring break of 2025, first-year students living in Stewart Hall next year will move into the new building for the remainder of the semester in order to allow for construction on Stewart to begin, Middlebury announced in an Oct. 23 email.
On a Halloweekend marked by mercurial weather, Middlebury students donned meticulously planned (or thrown together at the last minute) costumes to celebrate October’s spookiest holiday. Students could be seen sporting funky hats, face glitter, inflatable suits and everything in between. Celebrities and wizards intermingled, mermaids walked on land and there was an abundance of everyone’s favorite environmentalist: the Lorax.
Middlebury fly-in program returns for prospective students, on-campus tours continue for second year
The daunting, competitive college admissions process often leaves prospective students struggling to gauge what a school truly offers. For that reason, Middlebury’s admissions team relies on firsthand experiences at Middlebury to overcome this obstacle. Campus tours are in their second year back in person after a pandemic-induced hiatus, and many tour groups can be seen moving about campus twice daily throughout the week.
This semester, residents of Coffrin Hall, one of Middlebury’s predominantly sophomore residence halls, have recently experienced both noise from the construction of the new first-year residence hall and a mice infestation. Though these issues have impacted students’ experience over the first weeks of the semester, Facilities Services are attempting to address the noise complaints while ensuring that the dorm construction project continues to run on schedule.
Students and faculty gathered in Bicentennial Hall to listen to authors Ibrahim Abdul-Matin and Rhamis Kent discuss an Islamic solution for climate change on May 3. The event was co-sponsored by Faithfully Sustainable, Muslim Student Association (MSA), the Climate Action Capacity Project and Environmental Affairs committee, the Charles P. Scott Center for Spiritual and Religious Life and the New Perennials Project.
Every week, members of the Effective Altruism (EA) club meet to discuss the ways they can make meaningful changes with limited resources. The club was founded by Camiel Shroeder ’25 in the fall of 2022 and is currently run by President Tim Hua ’23.
More than 250 sophomores voted for a Student Government Association (SGA) Sophomore Senator in a special election held on March 6, with B Striker ’25 winning the spot. SGA also announced the new Feb Senators Shane Silverman ’24.5 and Anthony Makhovik ’26.5, who ran in an uncontested race.