“From the Archives” is an opportunity for various writers to visit the Middlebury Special Collections and write about a different artifact each week. The Special Collections boasts hundreds of thousands of historic items, and through this column we encourage writers to explore not only the college’s ...
Abigail Chang ’23 (she/her) is the Editor in Chief.
She previously served as a managing editor, Senior News Editor, News Editor and co-host of The Campus' weekly news radio show.
Chang is majoring in English and minoring in linguistics. She is a member of the Media Portrayals of Minorities Project, a Middlebury lab that uses computer-assisted and human coding techniques to analyze bulk newspaper data.
Throughout last year, Chang worked on source diversity and content audits for different media properties as an intern for Impact Architects LLC. Chang spent summer 2021 in Vermont, working as a general assignment reporter for statewide digital newspaper VTDigger. Chang is also a member of the Middlebury Paradiddles, an a cappella group.
Notes from the desk.
Last Thursday, we published what we expected to be one of our least controversial editorials of the semester: another opinion piece centered around work-life balance and managing the pressures of Middlebury’s busyness culture. We’ve opined on this topic before without inciting outrage — so we ...
The college received a call at 10:28 p.m. about a possible active shooter, Director of Public Safety Demitria Kirby said in an email to The Campus. At the time, they were told by law enforcement that “there was a low probability the threat was credible.”
Police respond to active shooter call at Davis Family Library, threat does not appear to be credibleBy Abigail Chang | April 10, 2023
Police responded to an active shooter call at Davis Family Library on Sunday night around 10:30 p.m. Students have since received an "all clear" message.
This week we examined how faculty, staff and students are navigating the introduction of ChatGPT, an AI chatbot created by OpenAI and released to the public in November. The Campus also editorialized on campus policies surrounding the chatbot, but we’ve also been having conversations about our own ...
Middlebury saw an uptick in its applicant pool this year, with 13,297 applications for the classes of 2027 and 2027.5. Nearly 12,000 prospective students applied during the regular decision round, and more than 1,300 applied in Early Decision rounds I and II.
The third party vendor AudienceView, which Middlebury uses for event ticketing, experienced a nation-wide data breach and informed the school about it on Feb. 23, the college told the community on Sunday.
The third party vendor AudienceView, which Middleury uses for event ticketing, experienced a nation-wide data breach and informed the school about it on Feb. 23, the college told the community on Sunday.