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America’s Normal: A Tragedy

On Jan. 1, 2020, many of us rang in the new year with booze in one hand and our best friend in the other. On Jan. 9, 2020, the World Health Organization (WHO) announced a mysterious coronavirus related to pneumonia. This announcement proved an unassuming start to a devastating year. On Jan. 21, 2020, ...

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Women’s Hockey Secures Bid at NCAAs, Revived After NESCAC Woes

Middlebury hosted this year’s NESCAC Women’s Hockey Championship Series, which featured Hamilton, Colby, Amherst and the Panthers themselves. The blue-and-white competed against Hamilton College in the semifinals and won 2-1 on Saturday, March 7. In the finals, Middlebury lost to Amherst by a singular ...

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Kagan and Bermingham Round Out Middlebury Careers

This week part of the Men’s Squash Team competed in The CSA Individual Championships. Two of Midd’s own were selected to compete: Jack Kagan ’20 and Nick Bermingham ’20. Kagan competed in the Malloy North Division, while Bermingham in the Malloy West Division. Kagan lost out Andrew Lee from ...

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Women’s hockey keeps eyeing NESCAC crown

In perfect fashion on Carnival Weekend, the Panthers just keep on rolling.  The women’s hockey team defeated the Trinity Bantams in the NESCAC Quarterfinals, 4–1, and will advance to the semifinals and play Hamilton. Hamilton, ranked fourth, stands between Middlebury and a seat to the conference ...

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Men’s squash upsets No. 2 seed; claims second at Nationals

The Men’s Squash team travelled to Harvard this weekend to play in the CSA team nationals. Middlebury faced Amherst in the quarterfinals and the blue-and-white managed to snag the victory by a score of 6–3. The Panthers also emerged victorious in the semifinals against the Navy Midshipmen, 5-4. ...

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Women’s hockey prolongs winning streak after weekend in Maine

The Panthers finished up their regular season this weekend, snatching two away wins against Bowdoin. The defeat of the Polar Bears cemented Middlebury’s incredible season, as they won the first game 3–0 and the second 3–1. The women’s squad is still ranked first in the NESCAC conference, winning ...

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MAX PADILLAIn the new system, staff — including many “essential” facilities workers, will end up working fewer hours. The days they will be forced to take off because of the stay-at-home mandate will come out of their Covid-19 Pay Banks.

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MAX PADILLAIn the new system, staff — including many “essential” facilities workers, will end up working fewer hours. The days they will be forced to take off because of the stay-at-home mandate will come out of their Covid-19 Pay Banks.

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MAX PADILLAStudents filled Wilson Hall January 15 to watch the Vermont Supreme Court hear oral arguments for multiple cases as part of their ‘On the Road Series.’

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MAX PADILLALast Fall, Otter Creek Bakery’s previous owners, Ben and Sarah Wood, handed over the 34-year-old establishment to Ned Horton. With new leadership, Horton hopes to retain the essence of the well-loved bakery, with potential expansion projects and menu updates.

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MAX PADILLAHadley hall will no longer serve as the first-year residence hall for Ross commons, effective next fall.

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MAX PADILLAAlthough the college offers excused absences for religious observance, some students felt unable to miss class or postpone assignments.

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MAX PADILLAMutual frustration with “13 Proposals” leads administration and new SGA to fresh approach to improve student life.

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