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Pranksters fall at New England Regionalsby The Middlebury Campus
Jan 01, 2010
“The Pranksters were unable to quell their opponents at New England Regionals this past weekend at Dartmouth as the Middlebury men's and women's ultimate Frisbee teams both fell short of receiving a bid to Nationals. The top two teams from each tournament received a bit to Nationals, which takes place at the end of May.”
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OP-ED: Thinking about the futureby The Middlebury Campus
Jan 01, 2010
“I don't think I'd be alone in saying one of the top reasons I came to Middlebury is because "the people here seem so nice." I can remember taking tours, visiting classes, going to the dining halls and spending the night during my senior year of high school in order to learn about what it means to be a Middlebury student.”
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OP-ED: An unconstructive misunderstandingby The Middlebury Campus
Jan 01, 2010
“After reading Andrew Throdahl's article two weeks ago ["Constructive and unconstructive methods of change," Opinions section, April 23], we would like to address the same subject that he endeavored to address: constructive and unconstructive methods of change.”
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Music, art slated for summer scheduleby The Middlebury Campus
Jan 01, 2010
“Staying in Middlebury this summer? With gas prices expected to rise, don't head to Burlington or Lake Champlain to beat the heat. Middlebury and Addison County offer more than enough to keep you busy this summer, from outdoor adventures to musical performances.”
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Voters approve new honor codeby The Middlebury Campus
Jan 01, 2010
“On May 1, three proposed Honor Code recommendations passed after finally being approved by a two-thirds majority of the student body. The honor code referendum, however, was at a standstill for over a week. In order to be passed, the code amendment had to be voted on by two-thirds of the student body, and two-thirds of voters needed to approve the changes.”
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Cuts to save College $20 millionby The Middlebury Campus
Jan 01, 2010
“When the Middlebury College Board of Trustees convenes for its annual spring meeting from May 7 to May 9, money will be at the forefront of its discussions, especially the $20 million in budget cuts Old Chapel is planning for the next academic year. "By and large, we're going to devote most of our time to talking about the financial situation," said President of the College Ronald D.”
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Men's lax stunned by Wesleyanby The Middlebury Campus
May 06, 2009
“The men's lacrosse team is still struggling to find their swagger. After a stressful regular season that featured nine games decided by three or less goals and four decided by only one goal, the Panthers dropped their NESCAC semifinal game to Wesleyan 15-14 in overtime.”
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Women's lacrosse falls short in semifinalsby The Middlebury Campus
May 06, 2009
“After a season of highs and lows, the Middlebury women's lacrosse team ended their NESCAC run with a loss to rival Colby College in the semifinals this past Saturday.
The first half saw back and forth action from both sides. Middlebury struck first with two goals by Sally Ryan '11, but Colby wasted no time in responding, tying it up with two goals within one minute of each other.”

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Used record sale raises funds for Ilsleyby The Middlebury Campus
May 06, 2009
“In the back room of Ilsley Library's second floor, a slice of Americana sits in seven cardboard boxes of vinyl records. These LPs, many of which are still wrapped, bring customers back several generations in popular music. Louise Mosher, cashier and Friends of the Library board member, fondly remembers a time when "music had a definite beat and melody," she said.”
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Women's tennis bows out to top-seeded Ephsby The Middlebury Campus
May 06, 2009
“The Middlebury women's tennis team earned the third seed for the NESCAC championship this past weekend at Williams College yet ultimately lost to the host team in the semi-finals. Amherst and Williams, the one and two seeds, respectively, each received a first round bye in the tournament.”
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