Amidst the peaks of the mountains and turning leaves, Midd students bustle through rolling hills to class, practice and meals, but on Halloween and the days leading up to the holiday, what can Middlebury students do to celebrate?
Julia Pepper ’24 is a local editor for The Campus. She previously served as a staff writer, and wrote about local businesses and events in Addison county.
She is undeclared, but plans to study Psychology and Political Science, as well as minor in French.
In her free time, Julia enjoys seeing friends, reading, baking, and biking.
" The main goal of “The Elephant in the Room” series will be to address and acquire new approaches to understanding objects that have gone uncontextualized, as the Sheldon works to decolonize its collections and push conversations on race, gender, class, intersectionality and equity forward. "
Monument Farms Dairy has undergone years of change since becoming the college’s leading dairy provider in the 1950s. While this year was more tumultuous than most, the farm handled its challenges as it typically does: with a vigorous commitment to quality milk, family-style. Monument was started ...
From the 'Covid supply guy' to line monitors at Proc: Staff and student workers keep Middlebury safeBy Julia Pepper | May 6
College students and staff have taken on new roles this year to fill positions necessitated by the pandemic.
Buy Again Alley, a small thrift store in downtown Middlebury, has a rich history of community outreach with local middle schools, high schools and the college. Much of the nonprofit store's charm and heart comes from its executive director and founder, Jutta Miska, who moved to Middlebury 38 years ago ...
Ripton voted on Jan. 12 to leave the Addison Central School District (ACSD) in an effort to keep its elementary school open amid declining enrollment, budget cuts and potential school consolidation. The town of Weybridge voted to stay.
‘It’s hard to tell them they can’t hug their friends’: Addison Central Teens navigates acting as a support system amidst a pandemicBy Julia Pepper | October 15
At Addison Central Teens, the Covid-19 pandemic has brought about heart-wrenching moments while also revealing resilience and strength.