Arts & Culture
Breaking boundaries and dancing freely at “Ricochet”By Joshua Glucksman | May 11, 2023
From the Archives: Middlebury through the headlinesBy Abigail Chang | May 11, 2023
Niche Reads: Beach Reads!By Sylvie Shure | May 11, 2023
Nocturne 2023: You are an artistBy Emily Thompson | May 11, 2023
NJF Presents Middlebury’s Untold StoriesBy Agnes Roche | May 11, 2023
Reel Critic: The GraduateBy Eliza King Freedman | May 11, 2023
“The Graduate” is my favorite movie. I begin with this disclaimer because though it is understandably controversial in and out of the world of film majors, I am incredibly biased in my commitment to loving it. I must also emphasize that I am not a film major. And despite my being raised in a household ...
The Last Crossword! 5/11By Josh Harkins | May 11, 2023
Here is this week's crossword! Solutions will be posted Friday, May 12th at noon. Good luck!
5/4 Crossword SolutionsBy Josh Harkins and Aaron Cohen | May 5, 2023
Here are the solutions to this week's crossword! How'd you do?
Jazz great Abdullah Ibrahim returns to MiddleburyBy Brett Sorbo | May 4, 2023
To cap off the 103rd season of the Middlebury Performing Arts Series , the college hosted jazz pianist Abdullah Ibrahim and his group Ekaya this past week, who performed in Robison Hall on Saturday, April 29.
Crossword 5/4By Josh Harkins and Aaron Cohen | May 4, 2023
Here is this week's crossword! Solutions will be posted on Friday, May 5th at noon. And, for the first time ever, we have a link to complete the crossword online! Enjoy and good luck!
High Infidelity: Do you really want to know where we were on May 1st?By Eliza King Freedman and Maggie Bryan | May 4, 2023
For many, May 1, simply marks the first day of the month, but for us, May 1 represents a little annual dinner party that our friends like to throw. Some may call it the pinnacle of fashion, to others it’s another day in the Big Apple, and to a few, it’s the Met Gala.
Evolution Dance Crew’s Saturday (R)EvolutionBy Miracle Tapia | May 4, 2023
Evolution Dance Crew (Evo) presented their Spring 2023 show, “Step-Up (R)Evolution,” which included dance elements from Afro-Beats, Dancehall, Soca and Bachata styles, on Saturday, April 22 in Wilson Hall.
A Bright and Fiery Half-LifeBy Joshua Glucksman | May 4, 2023
In “Bright Half-Life,” four decades flash back and forth, sometimes within seconds. Swinging between the life stages leading up to marriage and those that come with having kids, the story is a blur. For the weekend of April 27–29 in the Hepburn Zoo, four groups of audiences were taken into the ...
Reel critic: A review of “Clock”By Eric Burchill | May 4, 2023
As a diehard “Glee” fan who dreams of living in a world where Lea Michele isn’t the only original Glee Club member who still finds consistent work, I was elated to find out the one and only Dianna Agron would be starring in the brand-new horror movie “Clock.”
Marriage talk as an intramural sport, the remixBy Eliza King Freedman and Maggie Bryan | April 27, 2023
“The structured nature of the wedding allows for everyone to feel like they’re participating in a show of sorts. Overall, I left feeling entertained and warm, like I had been a part of a collective hug,” reminisced one-time fake wedding attendee Andrew Neumann ’25.
A semester without Moth-UpBy Sophia Afsar-Keshmiri | April 27, 2023
According to Moth-Up producer Rach Peck ’25, the show's sudden stop can be attributed to a perfect storm of producers going abroad, graduating — the organization’s longtime president, Elissa Asch ’22.5, graduated this past February — and remaining producers’ inability to take on a more significant ...
The Middlebury music explosionBy Brett Sorbo | April 27, 2023
Middlebury is home to a variety of distinct bands and solo artists. While bands may form on their own, many jump at new opportunities to make music with people they meet through the college’s ensembles, such as the Afropop Band, Jazz Workshop, the college choir and the college orchestra. For those ...
Buckle up for “Destroying Angels”By Joshua Glucksman | April 27, 2023
During the Covid-19 pandemic, Cole Merrell ’21 wrote a play about three siblings navigating vastly different life circumstances who are brought together by a death in the family and — if that wasn’t enough — a long drive trying to escape a serial killer. Merrell was raised in the Church of Jesus ...
Waiting to WadingBy Edyth Moldow | April 27, 2023
Your limbs look like Pottery shards to me.