On Sunday, May 1 — on the holiday known as May Day and International Workers’ Day — a large crowd gathered outside Hannaford supermarket in Middlebury to promote Milk with Dignity, a Migrant Justice program in support of migrant dairy workers.
Charlie Deichman-Caswell ’24 is a photo editor.
This is his first year serving as a photo editor for The Campus.
Charlie is joint-majoring in environmental studies and anthropology and minoring in French and creative writing.
He is a self-taught photographer since the age of seven and has interned at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History.
He specializes in wildlife photography and portraiture, and spends many hours in Middlebury’s surrounding wilderness.
The heart of Addison County is fire-singed and beaten by the steel-toed boots of men, unaware of the clouds grimacing from above. We call it Snake Mountain. Locals call it cryptic, beautiful and home.
“It’s like walking around a museum, looking at the few trees that survive.” Jay Leshinsky, Middlebury’s first Garden Advisor, stands rooted to the lush Knoll on which he worked for 15 years. Throughout his time in the garden and long before, Middlebury’s ash trees have stood firmly and proudly ...
Middlebury’s campus is deceptively large, and a walk from Lang Hall to Mahaney can take anywhere from 15 to 20 minutes. If you live in Allen or Atwater, a trip to get a Covid-19 test is a major event that requires your best walking shoes. To shorten the commute from place to place on campus, students ...
On Jan. 6, I watched an attempted coup spurred by online conspiracy theories unfold at the nation’s Capitol; two weeks later, I began the J-Term class “Online Extremism: Theory, Research, and Practice.” Instructed by Alex Newhouse ’17, the research lead at MIIS’ Center on Terrorism, Extremism, ...
Clover Magazine, Middlebury’s only student-run fashion publication, aims to serve as an outlet for the stylish mind within academia.