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Parton Looks to Upgrade Mental Health Services this Fall

Parton Center for Health and Wellness will make changes to its mental health offerings beginning this fall, after joining a national program earlier this year which helps schools improve their suicide prevention services as well as support for substance abuse and other mental health issues.

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Remembering Thibault Lannoy ’20

“He had a unique spirit. There’s no one like him,” said Matt Ravichandran ’20, a close friend of Thibault’s who lived with him in Allen Hall his first year and played soccer with him. Ravichandran was one of many friends, family and members of the college community who remembered Thibault ...

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The Community Bias Response Team, Explained

The Community Bias Response Team (CBRT) will continue its work in the 2018-19 academic year. CBRT informs the college community about instances of bias through all-school emails. While planning and initial CBRT activity began in 2016, the committee officially formed in early 2017 in order to address ...

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College Plans to Fundraise for Growing Financial Aid

Although Middlebury College has yet to set targets for its goal to increase the number of students receiving financial aid, the incoming first-year class will have more students on financial aid than this year’s first-year class. This unexpected increase is due to Middlebury’s need blind admissions ...

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Homecoming Parade Wins Tradition Contest

The college announced the winner of the new traditions contest this week. The winning entry, submitted by sophomores Emily Barnard, Ben Snow, Kate Zecca and Sophia Peluso, will be a “Panther Day” parade from downtown Middlebury to the Kirk Alumni Center. The pep band and the panther mascot will ...

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White Nationalist Propaganda Found in Library

Davis Family Library staff discovered white nationalist propaganda in the library shelves over spring break. Papers were interspersed throughout sections relating to queer studies, the Holocaust, the civil rights movement, Judaism and Islam and resembled historically accurate Confederate bills, but ...

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Swipe System Saves College Dining More than $300K

The implementation of a swipe system in all three of the college’s dining halls has resulted in more than $300, 000 in savings since last September, according to David Provost, the college’s treasurer. That figure, comprised of savings through February of this year, includes $100,000 in revenue ...

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Applicants Have Right to Protest, College Says

The Middlebury admissions office released a statement on Monday addressing applicants’ involvement in political protest. The college joined over 170 other schools, including nearly all of the NESCAC and the Ivy League, in releasing a statement on the subject. This trend is in response to nationwide ...

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