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Sunday, Sep 25, 2022

Sam Lipin

Sports Editor

Sam Lipin '23.5 is a sports editor.

He is majoring in Classics with a Gender, Sexuality and Feminist Studies minor.

In his first semester with the Campus, Lipin covered the Men’s  Baseball team and Women’s Track and Field team in addition to writing  several feature articles. Other than his work for the Campus Lipin has  hosted 2 separate radio shows through WRMC. He first hosted “Shivitzing  in Chutzpah,” a talk show about the world’s more complex questions and  then “Oy! What’s that Myth?” in which Lipin told Ancient Roman and Greek  myths.


Middlebury Students Deserve to Live at Middlebury College

Bread Loaf should not have been a housing option this year. It should never again be an option. I am a junior Feb, meaning I had five weeks of normal Middlebury life before being dealt a heavily altered college experience lasting the next two and a half semesters. During those two semesters, the undergraduate ...


Season in Review: Women’s track and field

Women’s track and field traveled to Williams College this weekend to compete in their last team meet of the season. This was their first non-dual meet of the season, with four other NESCAC schools competing. Middlebury captured first place in five of the twenty-one events. Although no Panther came ...


Season in Review: Men's baseball

Men’s baseball (2–6) finished in fifth place in the NESCAC’s West Division this spring, with both of their victories won in the final inning.  Despite the team’s slow start, the underclassmen-heavy roster — composed of four sophomores and eleven freshmen — made significant progress this ...


Review: Men’s baseball

Men’s baseball (2–6) concluded its regular season this past weekend, splitting a double-header with division leader Amherst College (8–3).


Men's baseball

As head coach Mike Leonard gears up for his fifth season at the helm of the men’s baseball team, a giddy excitement surrounds the team and the players who decided to return.  The team will field a squad of 15 players this spring, consisting of 11 first-year players and four sophomores — all underclassmen ...


Review: Women's track and field

In their second dual meet of the season, women’s track and field reigned victorious over Hamilton College, 102–69. Out of 18 total events, Middlebury placed first in 14, winning every event they participated in.

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