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Charles Murray Protest, Talk Garner Media Attention

National news and media outlets have been spotlighting the on-campus protests against Charles Murray, a libertarian columnist and sociologist who, due to student demonstrations, was prevented from delivering a guest lecture on Thursday, March 2. The events and their aftermath drew attention from major ...

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Racially-Charged Posts Target Student on Yik Yak

Racially-charged comments appeared on Yik Yak last week, an anonymous social media app, that criticized statements made by Student Government Association (SGA) First-Year Senator Charles Rainey ’19 concerning racism on campus. The posts appeared following the publishing of a Campus article that detailed ...

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Gratch Speaks On Year So Far

The Middlebury Campus met with Ilana Gratch ’16 to discuss the first half of her term as president of the Student Government Association (SGA). In this profile, Gratch speaks on initatives she has worked on and goals for the remainder of her presidency. Middlebury Campus (MC): We interviewed President ...

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Off-Campus Approvals Dwindle

The annual off-campus housing lottery was conducted on Tuesday, Feb. 16 in Crossroads Café as a part of the 2016-17 Housing Process. The lottery brought the total number of students approved to live-off campus next fall to 75, marking a nearly 25 percent drop from last year’s 95 and the preceding ...

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John Doe Drops Lawsuit Against College

Legal action in the John Doe v. Middlebury College case formally ended on Dec. 21. Doe, the student expelled over a charge of alleged sexual assault, dropped his lawsuit against the College after the two parties reached a settlement. “The lawsuit has been resolved by the parties and they have agreed ...

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Pat Peters Mourned

On Oct. 24, Patricia “Pat” Rene Peters passed away at her home in Middlebury. Peters had worked as a cook with the College Dining Services since 2006. Her passing was announced in an email sent by Acting Associate Vice President of Human Resources Cheryl A. Mullins. In the email, Atwater Commons ...

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Doe Injunction Appealed

On Sept. 23, the College filed to appeal U.S. District Court Judge J. Garvan Murtha’s order to temporarily re-enroll John Doe, the student anonymously suing the College to reverse his expulsion following an alleged sexual misconduct charge against a non-Middlebury student. In a preliminary injunction ...

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Midd Rises in Rankings of Liberal Arts Colleges

The College rose in the U.S. News & World Report’s annual rankings for national liberal arts colleges posted on Sept. 8. The College — which had previously ranked seventh among its peer institutions — is now tied for fourth alongside Bowdoin College, Pomona College and Wellesley College. “It ...

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Gratch Elected SGA President

Following a voting period that saw the highest level of voter participation in recent years, Ilana Gratch ’16.5 was elected President of the Student Government Association (SGA) for the 2015-16 academic year. “I look forward to an SGA that engages in meaningful conversation that translates to tangible ...

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