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The Setonian

Former Bread Loaf staff reflect on time away from main campus

Due to over-enrollment during fall 2021, Bread Loaf became an alternate housing option for Middlebury students as a solution for the lack of space on the main campus. As a result, new staff positions in dining, facilities and transportation were added to accomodate a new housing area 30 minutes away. ...


The Setonian

Students to staff: Alumni employees reflect on time at Middlebury

While Middlebury students often scatter across the globe after graduation, some chose to remain in Vermont and work for the college or return many years later to their alma mater. According to Maggie Paine, director of advancement at the college, 7% of college faculty and staff are alumni. The Campus ...


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Return of Winter Carnival sees alterations for weather and Covid-19

Due to icy conditions at the Snow Bowl, students watching the annual ski races were asked not to hike the hill and instead gathered outside of the lodge. The Winter Ball, typically hosted by Middlebury College Activities Board (MCAB) on Saturday evening was also replaced by a Winter Wonderland Carnival ...


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Made with love: John Maru builds sushi business in Middlebury

Behind this popular sushi operation is sushi chef John Maru, founder of Sushi Maru. In the Freeman International Center kitchen, Maru works with a partner and three part-time student workers to make an average of 150 sushi boxes a day, distributed in Crossroads, MiddXpress and the Grille.


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College delays start of J-Term in response to Omicron surge

The college has decided to delay the start of J-Term from Jan. 6 to Jan. 10 in order to give staff and faculty adequate time to prepare for the arrival of students. This change is related to the recent surge in Covid-19 cases due to the Omicron variant.