“Protests Work!” read the flyer handed out at a vigil in downtown Middlebury last Sunday night. Roughly 500 people gathered at College Park and along Cross Street to denounce police terror against Black communities and bodies.
As VSP expressed condolences to those touched by the death of George Floyd, it reiterated its commitment to "fair and impartial policing" and is in the process of reviewing its own training protocols regarding the use of force.
It’s exam week in the early 1950s and the endlessly ringing pay phone outside of Mary Peterson’s* room in Battell South is interrupting her studies. Determined to end the disturbance, Mary finally answers the phone. “I’d like to speak with Mary Peterson,” says the voice on the other end. “You’re ...
We interviewed seven Middlebury couples about the dating scene at Middlebury, challenges, and their takes on love.
After multiple drafts and much debate, the new policy went into effect on Nov. 21, 2019.
Middlebury is the only school in the NESCAC that does not include a non-online mandatory consent training program in its first year orientation. Elissa Asch ’22.5, head of the SGA Sexual Respect and Relationship Committee (SRR), is changing that.