When Covid-19 began to spread in early 2020, Middlebury’s Crisis Management Team was the first to respond at the college. The team, a core group of college administrators, gathered to consider their options for sending students and faculty home, closing campus grounds and moving to an online teaching ...
Brinlea La Barge
Brinlea La Barge is a news editor.
She studies English and American Literature and Linguistics at Middlebury and is a member of the women's tennis team.
La Barge spent the summers of 2020 and 2021 working for Nantucket Magazine, writing content for the publication and assisting photo shoots. In the past, she interned at WHYY, Philadelphia’s local PBS and NPR affiliate.
Two students and two employees at the Middlebury Language Schools tested positive for Covid-19 near the end of the college’s seven-week summer program, prompting tighter restrictions for those staying on campus. Both students remained in self-isolation on campus, the college announced on Aug. 13, ...
Read about the work being done by student athletes to get their teammates to commit to vote in this election.
Now that fall sports practices have officially begun , Middlebury coaches are getting creative as they comply with health precautions and discuss recruiting, team culture and training logistics in the time of Covid-19.
Sports teams at Middlebury are examining recruiting practices, raising funds in support of Black Lives Matter, and taking action to address Whiteness and exclusion in their groups.
SYTs are popular at Midd. But a closer look at the SYT tradition reveals an underlying culture that can be coercive and filled with pressures, especially for younger female students.
For college athletes, sheltering in place poses an additional question: how to stay in shape.