"My mom stays at work for you, miles and hours away from her loved ones. Please, please stay at home for her."
Not many would characterize Middlebury’s student-administration relationship as “simple.” Mere weeks ago, the college faced intense, sustained outcry from students protesting Charles Murray’s third controversial invitation to speak on campus. On Murray and other issues, students have critiqued ...
"The current opt-in Pass/D/Fail system presents an illusion of choice."
"In these difficult times, we have to be honest with ourselves about our goals and the effort we’re planning on putting into our work."
"Despite imperfections, the letter grading system is the last guardian of fairness in an inherently unfair society."
Genevieve Herron '23 proposes a solution to the difficulty of long-distance friendships: letter writing.
"Right now, your decisions as a traveler, as a tourist, are bound to have unintended consequences."
As the International Students’ Organization Executive Board, we are distressed about the impact the administration’s decision to evacuate campus.
We hear you: this wasn’t how the spring semester was supposed to go. In the wake of President Patton’s email Tuesday, announcing the shift to remote learning following an early, extended spring break, to say that things are “uncertain” feels like an understatement. Talk to anyone on campus: ...