“The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes” is the latest installment in one of the twenty-first century’s most beloved franchises. Based on the bestselling book by Suzanne Collins, “The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes” takes viewers back in time to the barbaric tenth annual Hunger Games, where a young Coriolanus “Coryo” Snow (Tom Blythe) is rising to power in the dystopian country of Panem.
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Faculty Council votes to extend Credit/No Credit deadline through Dec. 8 in response to two student deaths this semester
The Faculty Council passed a motion in an emergency meeting last Friday, Nov. 17 to extend the deadline to drop a course and invoke Credit/No Credit for the fall semester through Friday, Dec. 8.
Ivan Valerio ’26 passed away on Tuesday, Nov. 7 at Middlebury College. Valerio, 19, was found outside of Gifford Hall early Tuesday morning.
Jeremy Ward, the Albert D. Mead professor of Biology, has been chosen as the next vice president for academic affairs. Ward will begin the position on July 1, according to an email President Laurie Patton and Interim Provost Michelle McCauley sent to the college community on May 16.
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.
Middlebury Union High School Principal Justin Campbell sent a brief letter to the school community on Jan. 23 announcing his resignation from the job. “After much contemplation, many conversations with family and some deep introspection, I have decided to resign my position,” Campbell’s letter said. “It has been a deep honor to be part of the MUHS community and I will cherish the memories I’ve made.”
Middlebury Money offers college students and community members a chance to support the Middlebury economy by keeping their dollars local.
As the creator of the Giving Fridge, Bethanie Farrell strives to alleviate food security in Vermont by increasing accessibility to nutritious,locally grown and prepared meals. The program provides the greater Addison County community with an average of 450 meals each week free of charge, thanks to funding mechanisms that include plants, grants and donations.
The North Branch School in Ripton will put on its annual student-created theater production this Friday and Saturday, April 14 and 15, at the Ripton Community House. This year’s show, titled “All’s Fair In Love and Business,” was written and will be performed by 26 students that all attend the school.
After days of searching, a canine team found missing Middlebury teen Rebecca Ball dead on Tuesday afternoon, Seven Days reported Tuesday night.
Last week, Vermonters gathered in municipalities across the state for Town Meeting Day. The annual event had the highest turnout of in-person town meetings this year since 2019. Meeting days primarily took place in a mailable ballot format the past two years due to Covid-19 restrictions.
The Lost Monarch Coffee Bar, located in the Stone Mill in downtown Middlebury, announced on Instagram in late January that it is closing permanently. Co-owners Matt and Alessandra Delia-Lôbo will continue to operate their other coffee shop, Royal Oak, located at 30 Seymour Street, with expanded hours.
Middlebury’s new staff compensation program — known as the “skill matrix” system — improved compensation for staff at the bottom of the pay scale, while 14% of staff did not receive a raise during the 2022–23 fiscal year.
Monique “Mo” Bonner ’92 is the owner of Addison West — a home and lifestyle store on Main Street in downtown Middlebury. The Campus spoke with Mo last week about Addison West, the store’s new location in Waitsfield and her experience at Middlebury.
Vermont holds the record for the most consecutive victories for governors seeking reelection. Over the past half-century, all 18 of the state’s governors who have made bids for reelection were successful.
For rural communities like Ripton, Bristol and Middlebury, Vt., town centers and more densely populated neighborhoods become a trick-or-treater’s paradise. Since many houses are farther apart, parents often direct their children to a central area where they can celebrate safely. Some rural communities have established different traditions altogether.
The 19th annual TAM — Trail Around Middlebury — Trek was held this past Sunday, Sept. 18.
Cindie Webb has been employed by the college as a custodian for over eleven years. Webb spent the 2021–22 academic year cleaning all of HMKL — Hadley, Milliken, Kelly and Lang Hall — a job meant for five custodians. Webb and a colleague bore the impacts of understaffing, covering all 49 public bathrooms, five sets of stairs, kitchens and lounges — just between the two of them.
A bronze statue celebrating a sport that supposedly began at Middlebury was reinstalled this past week outside of Forest Hall.