Students and community members gathered on Friday, April 21 outside the Hannaford supermarket at 260 Court St. in Middlebury to protest unfair treatment of migrant farm workers by the supermarket chain. The protesters chanted slogans in both Spanish and English, demanding that Hannaford acknowledge the alleged substandard living and working conditions of the migrant farm workers who supply its dairy products.
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Middlebury plans to continue housing students in the Inn on the Green next year for the third fall semester in a row, due to an unusually small graduating class and uneven number of students studying abroad. The college has offered a $2,000 travel reimbursement for anyone willing to switch their spring study abroad semester to the fall, which about 20 students have accepted.
Students and faculty alike gathered in Robison Hall on March 11 to watch “Songs and Arias,” a classical vocal concert by advanced voice students at Middlebury. Sebastian Holbrook ’26, Blair Jia ’23, Rohini Prabhakar ’23 and Urian Vasquez ’25 each sang a selection of songs, arias and duets. Middlebury Affiliate Artist Cynthia Huard provided accompaniment on the piano. The concert also included performances from special guest and alumnus Tevan Goldberg ’18.
Middlebury staff members who are teaching J-Term courses this year will receive a bonus of $1,000 in addition to their regular hourly wage or salary, according to Caitlin Goss, vice president for Human Resources and chief people officer. The college does not guarantee this bonus will be paid to staff teaching J-Term courses each winter, as it depends on annual budget restrictions.
In the bracing winter cold, the prospect of warm, freshly baked treats seems all the more tempting. This homemade recipe book from the late 19th century offers a view into baked goods that people would have enjoyed 150 years ago, containing handwritten recipes and recipes cut and pasted from newspapers. Within the blue cover paper, recipes for all kinds of cakes, cookies, doughnuts, pies and breads abound.
Middlebury Civics in Action (Midd CIA), co-founded by President Erin Chouinard ’24 and Vice President Ethan Schmitt ’24.5 in spring 2022, is a student group aiming to help students get directly involved in the political process and to provide education regarding active civic engagement.
“From the Archives” is an opportunity for various writers to visit the Middlebury Special Collections and write about a different artifact each week. The Special Collections boasts over 10,000 historic items, and through this column we encourage writers to explore not only the college’s history, but also the history of the world around us.
On a recent mid-September afternoon, I biked up to Wright Park to join Middlebury-based mycologist Meg Madden on one of her mushroom walks.