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The Week’s Headlines

Here are the week’s headlines from the News Room:

Student Group Revives Speech Contest after 50-Year Hiatus

Middlebury Political Science Major Receives Truman Scholarship

Campus Celebrates 10th Annual Student Symposium

Language Schools Alumnus Wins Pulitzer for Photography of Refugee Crisis

Van Jones to Deliver Middlebury College Commencement Address

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The Week’s Headlines

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Preview Days for Newly Admitted Students, April 18-20

Revisiting the AIDS Quilt, Three Decades On

Google Ventures Exec Gives Opening Talk for ‘Envisioning Middlebury’

New Issue of New England Review Includes Essays on Wallace Stevens

College, Town Discuss New Park Plans

The Geologic History of Mars

Middlebury Mourns the Passing of Frederic Allen

Jay Parini Reads from His New Book of Poetry on Vermont Public Television’s “Poets and Their Craft”

Middlebury Institute Hosts High-Level U.S.-Russian Workshop on Korea

Professor Pundits: The Momentum Myth

A Spring Break Trip for Social Change

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The Week’s Headlines

Here are the Week’s headlines from the News Room:

Preview the 10th Annual Spring Symposium

Professor Cynthia Packert Receives Guggenheim and Fulbright Fellowships for 2016-2017

Jing He ’17 Named a Goldwater Scholar

Middlebury Provides Report on Endowment to Congress

Pulitzer Prize-winning Photographer John White to Give Talk

Google Ventures Founder Bill Maris ’97 to Kick Off ‘Envisioning Middlebury’ Series

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The Week’s Headlines

Here are the week’s headlines from the News Room:

Quoted: Matthew Dickinson on ‘Strategic Voting’

New Book Offers Fresh Insights on Chicago Freedom Movement

Middlebury Joins Educational Consortium to Aid Syrian Refugees

Quoted: Student Entrepreneurs Meeting Food Insecurity Needs

Grant Program Encourages First-year Students to Explore Career Possibilities

Spring Break Service Trip

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The Week’s Headlines

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Middlebury College Admits 1,415 Students to the Class of 2020

Alvarez and Danticat Celebrate the Power of Story

Professor Pundits: A Contested Convention?

Rohatyn Center’s Annual Conference Examines Food Insecurity

Students Bring Literary Works to Life at NER Out Loud

Faculty Approves Updates to Cultures and Civilizations Requirements

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The Week’s Headlines

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“NER Out Loud” To Bring Poems and Stories to the Stage Mar. 4

Using Technology to Visualize the Natural World of Novels

Black History Month: Multimedia Dance Piece Depicts Muhammed Ali

Professor Pundits: Does the Party Still Decide?

Winter Carnival Set for Feb. 25-28

To Be, Or Not To Be

Voices and Views: Student Says Elephant Poaching Linked to Human Rights Abuses

Superdelegates Explained

Black History Month: Early Racial Diversity at Middlebury, Part Two

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