On Sunday Nov. 28, the day many students returned to Middlebury from Thanksgiving break, the college’s Covid-19 Reporting Dashboard listed 13 active cases — three employee positives and 10 student positives. Just three active cases remained on Monday, according to the dashboard, and there were three ...
In the past year, the college has made strides toward protecting and affirming student’s gender identities, specifically through adjusting online platforms to properly display students’ names.
An extension of the Middlebury Snow Bowl Seasonal Pop-up Shop is now open for business in Proctor basement, which before spring 2020 housed the Middlebury College Store. The Pop-up Shop sells ski supplies and gift items, and will be open through the end of the semester.
The RGS program includes students with different backgrounds, perspectives and interests. The current class of Global Scholars come from 12 first year seminar classes that range from “Reading Africa” to “Being a Public Scientist.” The program was intended for any Middlebury first year student ...
Three students and one employee have tested positive for Covid-19, bringing the total number of active cases to eight.
Content warning: This article contains mentions of suicide.
Middlebury faculty and staff who have worked at the college since July 1 will receive two extra vacation days and a $1,500 bonus this December, according to an email sent from the Vice President for Human Resources to all staff and faculty.
A shortage of seats available when upperclassmen registered left many juniors, seniors, and upperclassmen Febs without a class for this winter term.
College receives two $10 million gifts to fund Black Studies professorship, Johnson renovations, new museumBy William Reed | November 18, 2021
The anonymous gift will help fund the planning of the new college museum that will be located across from Johnson and Wright Theatre, where Battell Hall currently sits.
Vermont State Senator Ruth Hardy's class prepared questions for the panel, which included notable women in Vermont politics, including Lieutenant Governor Molly Gray, several Vermont representatives, and college Community Residence Director Esther Thomas, who also serves as a Middlebury selectboard ...
Following semesters of limited social gatherings, several houses have noticed an increased demand for opportunities to connect through house events.
News in Brief: Bread Loaf and Marriott students staying for Thanksgiving break required to move onto campusBy Bea Parr | November 11, 2021
According to Associate Dean of Student Life AJ Place, Breadloaf and the Marriot residents staying on campus over Thanksgiving break will be accomodated in housing currently set aside for emergency use.
Urine in the elevators, smashed pumpkins, spilled trash, spit on the doors, shattered glass and vomit in the stairwell confronted custodial staff in the Atwater A and B residences in the morning after Halloween weekend.
While many of these students have taken advantage of being home, they have also faced difficulty finding classes in their major and staying connected to their friends on campus.
Student organizations and environmental groups are working with the migrant farm worker advocacy group, Migrant Justice, to promote the Milk with Dignity program in Vermont and New England. Representatives from several campus advocacy groups convened on Oct. 28 with organizers from the Milk with Dignity ...
Student suffers near-critical medical emergency at Marriott Hotel without support from Public SafetyBy Sophia Mcdermott-Hughes | November 4, 2021
Zoe Sipe ’23.5 waited to die in the parking lot of the Middlebury Marriott.
Other colleges, including Williams and Bowdoin, saw substantial endowment increases as well.
Kirby comes to Middlebury with experience working with youth and families in New Hampshire, following the recommendation of a search committee that included students, staff, and administrators.
Club leaders said the lack of funding limits the opportunities they can offer Middlebury students and their ability to remain competitive against other colleges.
Goss, a native of Hinesburg, Vermont, comes to the college to lead the HR team on issues including recruiting, wage, and benefits.