Departments and students adjusted as various student employment positions faced cuts and restrictions.
Middlebury students are navigating all-new or altered absentee voting systems ahead of the general election on Nov. 3. Although absentee voting is hardly new to college campuses, the pandemic has ignited nationwide debate about mail-in voting systems. Many states have expanded voting options for the ...
The death of Supreme Court Justice and liberal icon Ruth Bader Ginsburg leaves students and faculty members remembering the woman who dedicated her life to fighting injustice.
Campus reporter joins the Proctor Dining Hall staff to get a peek into what the lives of staff and student workers look like during the age of Covid-19
Last Thursday, Kaila Thomas ’21 left her Russian class feeling a burning need to do something. The night before, the verdict was announced that none of the Louisville police officers who shot and killed Breonna Taylor in March would be charged for her death. Yet, despite the grief and rage boiling ...
MiddView leaders grappled with expectations to serve as educators and BIPOC ended up bearing the brunt of the burden.
First-years elected two class senators to represent the class of 2024 and seniors elected one senator in a special election.
This year’s annual Clifford Symposium — titled “The Rise of Big Data” — focused on the growth of data across disciplines and its importance for the future of learning at Middlebury. The conference was held over Zoom on Thursday, Sept. 24. ‘Truth in Numbers? Data in Environmental ...
A class-action lawsuit filed in U.S. District Court late last week accuses Middlebury College of not adequately reimbursing students for spring tuition.
A day of resistance and solidarity was soured by the actions of a pair of students behind Ross last night. Rodney Adams ’21 and Jameel Uddin ’22 were preparing for a relaxing evening after a day of protesting when two white students confronted and harassed them with a racial slur, according to Adams. Per ...
New regulations related to the 1972 federal civil rights law which prohibits discrimination based on sex in educational programs have changed the Title IX investigation and hearing process at Middlebury.
As states across the country issued stay-at-home orders last spring, essential workers carried on working and took on personal risks to keep the country functioning. Among their ranks were several Middlebury students who faced daily concerns about personal and familial health, battled exhaustion, balanced ...
Prospective students face unique challenges in deciding where to attend college. Middlebury’s Admissions Office has implemented new virtual programming so it can still reach these students.
This year’s first year orientation had to be adapted for both on-campus and remote students; the Student Activities Office and student leaders adjusted MiddView to a Covid-19 semester.
For two groups of students, Phase Two festivities came to a grinding halt when Public Safety officers knocked on their doors Thursday night.
“Middlebury does an amazing job prioritizing sustainability and the environment during a typical semester, this semester is not typical, and when the rubber hits the road health and safety has to come first.”
Upon first glance, Andrew Callaghan is like any other news anchor: he wears a suit, holds a mic and stands in front of an ever-present cameraman.
In Friday’s remote lecture, scholar-in-residence Bill McKibben drew comparisons between the pandemic and the climate crisis. “We have this huge mix of crises on top of each other,” he said.