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A guide to hiking Vermont in mud season

As temperatures rise in Middlebury, students and locals alike can be seen spending time outside and enjoying the sun, as long walks, icy plunges and hikes become more common. Although one might equate warmer temperatures with ideal hiking conditions, that’s not quite the case, because spring in Vermont ...


Alumni-founded Sisters of Anarchy Ice Cream now available at Middlebury

When Middlebury alumni Becky Castle ’91 and her husband Bob Clark ’89 came back to Vermont in 2011, they knew they wanted to start out working in agriculture. And, as ice cream fanatics, Clark and Castle knew they wanted to create their own unique ice cream business that would incorporate the berries ...

The Setonian

HOPE expands reach with new mobile refrigerator

Early in the morning of Saturday, April 9, an unknown individual, or potentially multiple individuals, poured urine outside of the Muslim Students Association’s (MSA) prayer space in Forest Hall while two members of the group were inside. The individual or one of the individuals returned shortly afterwards ...

The Setonian

Starksboro attempts to withdraw from the Mount Abraham School District

Starksboro is the latest Addison County town to attempt to withdraw from its school district. On March 16, the Starksboro branch of the statewide group Save Our Schools began circulating a petition to force a town-wide vote about withdrawing from the Mount Abraham Unified School District (MAUSD), according ...


Addison Central School District goes mask optional

Beginning March 14, the Addison Central School District (ACSD) transitioned to “mask-optional” status following new Vermont state guidelines. In an email sent to the ACSD community, ACSD Superintendent Peter Burrows thanked students and staff for helping keep the school safe over the past two years ...

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The lives of Middlebury’s student firefighters

The relationship between MFD and the college dates back to 1988, when Dillon Dimick ’92 joined the department as a probationary firefighter. Since then, 34 other students have volunteered at the department, with six students currently in the process of becoming full-time members: Emily Jones ’23, ...