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Opinion

The student journalist’s dilemma

On November 10, journalists from The Daily Northwestern posted an editorial apologizing for the way in which they covered student protests of a speech by former Attorney General Jeff Sessions.

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News

Judicial Hearings Begin as Faculty Challenge Process

The first official judicial hearing for students who participated in the March 2 protests against Dr. Charles Murray is scheduled to take place today, May 4, as of press time.  The hearing will examine the cases of at least 18 respondents — the official term for students who have been charged with ...

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College Begins Discipline of Murray Protestors

The College has officially begun to discipline those who participated in the March 2 protests that prevented Dr. Charles Murray from delivering a scheduled lecture. According to an official statement released on April 17,  the College has identified “more than 70 individuals it believes may be subject ...

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Features

Charles Murray Visit Provokes Uproar

On Feb. 22, the Middlebury College American Enterprise Institute Club published a group op-ed in The Campus that extended an “invitation” to the Middlebury College community “to encourage robust discussion and expose the Middlebury Community to diverse thoughts, opinions and understandings on ...

The Setonian
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Trump Victory Roils Campus

News of Donald J. Trump’s election as the nation’s 45th president sent waves of shock and uncertainty throughout campus, prompting students to stage protests against the president-elect and discussions of what the next four years will bring. For many, election night was a surprising and ultimately ...

The Setonian
Opinion

A New Look at Americana

It is easy to discount “American Culture” as a loose, insufficient, reductionist term for the patchwork heritage of the U.S. As we all know, America is called a “melting pot” for a reason – this country is primarily composed of people who have cultural roots elsewhere, often across several ...

The Setonian
Opinion

Confronting Life's Big Questions

“Oh, I’ve spent my time pondering my existence, contemplating life and death, wondering what it all means.” It’s the cliché joke about intellectuals – sitting around at a coffeeshop or a pub, discussing life’s big questions and perhaps smoking cigars and wearing tweed coats. We’ve all ...

The Setonian
Opinion

The Value of Doing Less While Abroad

The end of my second week in England is coming to a close. I have started getting into a routine. I finally know how to walk from my building to Oxford’s library. Research has dominated most of my days this week; I have buckled down and started work on my first big project during my study abroad ...

The Setonian
Opinion

Enjoy The Moment

It’s been a hard winter and a hard spring semester. We grow restless as the cold weather drags on long into April, and we’re given only a few of the most tantalizing warm days to enjoy. Project upon test upon essay upon book piles up before us, each clamoring to be completed and each weighing down ...

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