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Sunday, Jan 16, 2022

Alessandria Schumacher

The Setonian

The Risk of Reversing After The Fact

In the weeks since the Charles Murray event, many of our peers have been called in “to talk” with administrators about their actions. Many have left those talks with punishments. Others of us, myself included, are wondering if we’ll get the email or if our faces were not caught on camera. As uncertainty ...


Vermont Engages with Paris Climate Talks

Although Vermont is over 3,000 miles from Paris, Vermonters are not letting the distance silence their voices on climate change action. Since the 2015 United Nations Climate Change Conference began in Paris last week, Vermonters have been engaged in many capacities. Some rallied locally, others went ...


Two New York Men Indicted for Sex Trafficking in Vermont

Last week, Gary Delima and Sharif Cargo, both age 26 of Brooklyn, NY, were indicted by a federal grand jury for various charges of human trafficking in Vermont. According to a statement released by the office of the U.S. Attorney for the District of Vermont, “Delima and Cargo are accused of recruiting, ...


Bina48: Humanoid Robot in Lincoln

A bucolic dirt road in Lincoln, Vermont might be the last place one would expect to find a humanoid robot. Nevertheless, a small residence there houses the Terasem Movement Foundation (TMF), a not-for-profit foundation researching the possibility of digitally saving a human mind to later be downloaded ...


Tour de Farms Traverses New Course

This past Saturday, Sept. 26, the Tour de Farms bike ride kicked into gear with a new route including more of the northeastern part of Addison County. Now in its eighth year, the Tour de Farms is an annual 37-mile bike ride around the Vermont countryside that stops at various farms, features local foods ...

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Just a Reminder That Rape is Punishable by Jail Time

I have been thinking a lot about sexual assault lately – and I’m sure I’m not the only one – given the recent John Doe case. Within the past week, the case has gotten even more attention: comments on The Campus editorial online, an article by a Brooklyn College professor called “Weaponizing ...


TAM Trek Race Well Attended by Student Body

Before much of the campus was up and about Sunday morning, students had secured winning places in both the men’s and women’s divisions of the 18-mile TAM Trek race.  The race began in Wright Park at 8 a.m. on a 18-mile loop on the Trail Around Middlebury (TAM). In first place overall and in the ...

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6 Percent Sales Tax Extended to Soft Drinks

On July 1, both the Vermont Sales and Use tax and the Meals and Rooms Tax were expanded to cover soda and vending machine purchases, respectively. The statewide sales tax of 6 percent on all drinks with added sugars is intended to discourage the consumption of sugar-added beverages and raise funds for ...

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