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The Setonian
Editorial

Reflecting on Town-Gown Relations

We have a housing problem here at Middlebury. The off-campus housing of Middlebury students has long been a strain on delicate town-gown relations. The College has been contacted by a slew of disgruntled neighbors, frustrated with the collegiate party scene that has, for many years, encroached upon ...

The Setonian
Editorial

A Call for More Equitable Funding

Last Sunday, March 13, the Student Government Association (SGA) passed Sophomore Senator Colin Boyle’s Club Sports Funding Methodology bill. The bill extends club sports funding at its current level and, in anticipation of future budget constraints, delegates a committee to find an alternative method ...

The Setonian
Editorial

Undercaffeinated and Underwhelmed

Last week, Middlebury’s Community Council voted to recommend the discontiunation of energy drink sales on campus, citing the “problematic behavior” that can arise from the consumption of such drinks. A letter to MiddExpress customers — signed by Dan Detora, Middlebury’s executive director ...

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News

Students Gather for Super Tuesday

Photo Credits: Ivan Valladares Students gathered in Crossroads Cafe with Professors of Political Science Matthew Dickinson and Bertram Johnson to watch presidential primary results as a part of Super Tuesday on March 1. The event was co-organized by the College Democrats and Republicans.

Puzzle
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Crossword: How Well Do You Know Midd?

By Will Nathan 1.     Every other Tuesday 2.     Shirts off 3.     A drink and a church 4.     Atwater dining hack 5.     New kids on the block 6.     A general and our president 7.     THURSDAY! 8.     Movies and fistpumps 9.     Proctor ______ 10.  Tiny desk concert 11.  ...

The Setonian
Editorial

A More Inclusive Campus

On Feb. 15, a group of cultural organizations sent an email to the student body in protest of The Campus. They called upon this publication to make a number of changes in order to remedy the institutionalized silencing of marginalized communities at this school. We addressed many of the issues raised ...

The Setonian
Editorial

A Paper for the People

Issues related to race, privilege and language have been frequently and publicly discussed on our campus in the last few months. Town-hall forums were orchestrated by Miguel Fernandez, Chief Diversity Officer and Professor of Spanish. Numerous op-eds have been published. Some of these op-eds have incited ...

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News

As 2015.5 Skis Away, 2019.5 Moves In

photos from College Communications Over February Break, the class of 2015.5 skied down the Ski Bowl to family and friends waiting below (top). The graduation was featured in the Wall Street Journal last week. After the graduation festivities were over, orientation leaders welcomed the class of 2019.5 ...

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Editorial

Lightening the Load for Incoming Febs

You may notice 100 new faces walking around Campus this week: the new Febs. We know what you’re thinking and, yes, this is another editorial on how to improve the Feb program. The Campus welcomes the Class of 2019.5 and would like to wish them luck in fielding the inevitable small-talk staple, “What ...

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