“Springtime at Middlebury College typically finds students packing away their parkas, cuffing their jeans, and finding any excuse to bask in the wavering spring sunshine — perhaps too eagerly for the still-frigid weather. But this past semester was one like no other.” Last spring, when students ...
Catalyzed in part by last year's workforce planning process, some facilities staff members reached out to a union representative over the summer about organizing.
Peer sex educators want students to have easy access to information about sex. Last week, they had the chance to bring their message to first year orientation.
“What exactly is intersectionality?” — this was one of many questions posed at last week's Gensler Symposium, which featured talks by several prominent scholars in feminist and queer studies.
Town Rallies for a Bowling Alley: A Community’s Cry for Fun and One Man’s Plan to Revitalize Downtown MiddleburyBy Sadie Housberg | March 14, 2019
MIDDLEBURY – “The idea is this: get the building. Gut the thing. Because it’s hot garbage inside,” said Scott Gemignani, owner of Tinker and Smithy Game Store. Gemignani explained his plan to bring new life to downtown Middlebury as he set up shop for the day, pausing to gesticulate excitedly. ...
For those Vermonters advocating for a tax-and-regulate cannabis market, new legislation moving through both the House and the Senate could herald welcome changes. A bill proposed by Representative Sam Young (D-Greensboro) on Friday, Feb. 8, would progressively implement a commercial marijuana market ...
Residents of Middlebury will be coming together to vote on the transformation of the town's Triangle Park green space.
SADIE HOUSBERGAuthorization cards, like the one above, were distributed to some facilities staff starting this summer. At this juncture, not enough cards have been returned to the union representative to warrant moving forward with the effort.