Tucked away in the folding alleyways and courtyards behind Middlebury’s Main Street is the unassuming Stone Leaf Teahouse, a building with a simple interior of stone and timbre and shelves of teaware.
With 47 cases, Vermont saw a record high of single-day cases since April. Yesterday, Gov. Phil Scott implemented a mandatory quarantine order for anyone returning or traveling to the state.
Heading into gubernatorial election, Governor Scott sustains as Lieutenant Governor Zuckerman campaignsBy Hattie Lefavour | October 29, 2020
As the pandemic heightens the responsibility of state governments across the country, Vermont has emerged as a success story in controlling the virus — and for Republican Gov. Phil Scott, the proof is in the polling.
Addison County Democratic nominee Silberman has two goals: informing people that the elected position of High Bailiff exists, and convincing them that it’s a role for civilian oversight rather than law enforcement officials.
This fall marks Senator Christopher Bray’s (D-Addison) fourth re-election campaign for the Vermont Senate.
Senator Ruth Hardy has had to adapt campaigning efforts to the Covid-19 pandemic, but feels more confident about this election than her 2018 race, when she was a new candidate stacked up against incumbents.
Looking toward a likely win in his re-election bid this year, The Campus sat down with Congressman Welch to reflect on over a decade of work in the House of Representatives.
Good news for Middlebury students: if you can vote, you can vote in Vermont. With some of the most accessible polls in the country, Vermont allows same-day voter registration — so if your absentee ballot didn’t pan out, you can still make your voice heard. Who can vote in Vermont? You! As ...
‘Larger than partisanship’: A Vermont Democrat works with Lincoln Project Republicans to defeat President TrumpBy Porter Bowman | October 29, 2020
Recent St. Lawrence University grad RC Di Mezzo is leading efforts to defeat Trump in his position as national press secretary for the Lincoln Project.
Asa Skinder ’22.5 is on some Vermonters’ ballots as the Democratic nominee for high bailiff of Washington County. The position, which has existed since Vermont’s statehood, is largely a ceremonial office unique to the state of Vermont.
As the recent dips in temperature foreshadow the upcoming winter, restaurants and cafes in Middlebury make plans for the colder weather and flu season.
Vermont has become the first state to create a Covid-19 economic stimulus fund for residents previously unable to receive federal stimulus checks. Signed into law on Oct. 2 by Gov. Phil Scott, the program largely benefits undocumented immigrants and is projected to aid up to 5,000 Vermont residents. ...
‘It’s hard to tell them they can’t hug their friends’: Addison Central Teens navigates acting as a support system amidst a pandemicBy Julia Pepper | October 15, 2020
At Addison Central Teens, the Covid-19 pandemic has brought about heart-wrenching moments while also revealing resilience and strength.
In the midst of a global pandemic, moving across the country to buy an inn and restaurant in a rural college town seems like an unimaginably risky venture. But for Matthew Robinson and Serena Kim, the new owners of Swift House Inn, it’s been a remarkably seamless transition.
Despite the pandemic, the Sheldon Museum remains an important resource for the town and college through new projects.
Ilsley Public Library photography contest challenges community to look at Middlebury through a new lensBy Haeun Park | October 8, 2020
Ilsley Public Library is hosting a series of challenges for amateur photographers, the first of which will be open for submissions until October 24th.
UPDATE: Oct. 7 An additional Champlain Orchards employee has tested positive for Covid-19, bringing the total up to 27. On the afternoon of Oct. 5, College Physician Mark Peluso told students in an all-campus email announcement that, "initial safety assessments indicate that the risk to the College ...
Data suggests that Addison County will lose $800 million over the next decade and consumer spending will not return to pre-Covid-19 peak
When Middlebury transitioned to Phase Two last week, students were released from campus quarantine and allowed to traverse Addison County — and traverse they did.