Middlebury will add another C.V. Starr School Abroad to the map this spring, bridging the gap between Vermont and Taiwan. Students will have the opportunity to study at National Sun Yat-sen University in Kaohsiung, a port city in southern Taiwan with over 2.7 million residents.
Cole Chaudhari '26 (he/him) is a Copy Editor and Staff Writer. He previously served as a News and Local section writer.
Cole is majoring in History and English & American Literatures. This semester he is interning at a venture capital firm.
In his free time, he enjoys playing with his dogs, socializing with friends, and shedding tears at YouTube compilations of the best moments in American sports history.
Aiming to address the issue of affordable housing, Addison Housing Works held its annual fundraising event, Addison Housing Rocks in the town of Middlebury last Friday, Sept. 15.
The Addison County School District (ACSD) is currently in the final stages of hiring a new superintendent, filling a vacancy left by former ACSD Superintendent Peter Burrows.
An affordable housing initiative being developed by Middlebury College and South Burlington-based Summit Properties received $6,075,405 in grant funding from the Vermont Housing Finance Agency (VHFA) to subsidize the cost of constructing approximately 100 new units of housing.
The Middlebury Selectboard approved an amendment to the town’s noise ordinance at its Jan. 24 meeting, lengthening the period of quiet hours on weekends and holidays.
Faculty addressed the devastating earthquakes in Turkey and Syria in a panel discussion on Feb. 14. Approximately 70 students attended, alongside a handful of other faculty and community members.
Located just past Twilight Hall and tucked into an offshoot of College Street is Shiretown Marketplace. A relatively new addition to the downtown Middlebury food scene, Shiretown is a burgeoning favorite among local residents and Middlebury College students alike.
The beginning of the fall semester at Middlebury has ushered in a new iteration of Covid-19 guidelines, which are less restrictive than those of the past two years and suggest a return to a sense of normalcy on campus. “The Covid-19 outlook is an optimistic one for our campus and the greater community,” ...