According to the Office of Assessment and Institutional Research, there are 306 students abroad this spring, most of whom are juniors. By the time a class at Middlebury graduates, nearly 60% of its members will have studied abroad.
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In one of my in-person midterm exams this term, I observed cheating on an egregious level. With phones in their laps, four students copied down answers from their screens. They showed their exams to one another and copied down answers from each other’s papers. They whispered loudly to one another, discussing questions and answers as if there were no one else in the room. This went on for the entirety of the two-hour exam. Another student, sitting by themselves in a different part of the room, used their phone, which sat covertly in the top pocket of their backpack.
Students Shane Silverman ’24.5, Student Government Association Feb senator, and Marc Chu ’24 hope to bring a student-run bar to the Middlebury campus this spring. With the guidance of Executive Director of Food Service Operations Dan Detora, Silverman and Chu are outlining logistics and anticipating administrators’ concerns for the project. As Chu is abroad this spring, Silverman plans to present their preliminary proposal to Vice President for Student Affairs Smita Ruzicka this week. If Middlebury approves the initiative, Silverman hopes to begin providing limited or full service soon after spring break.