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    photo Rails Across America, Part 1
    The first in a series of summer filings by our correspondent as he makes his way across the country, riding the rails.

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    pundits_caricature 607x406 Professor Pundits: “Healthcare Ruling: Campaign Friend or Foe?”
    What does the Supreme Court ruling mean for the presidential campaigns? Our pundits tackle this question in their latest edition.

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    Keys Here They Come!
    Meet the newest batch of Bread Loaf School of English students and hear what director Emily Bartels has to say about the summer.

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    pundits_caricature 607x406 Professor Pundits: Watching Wisconsin
    Does Wisconsin's recall election matter in the presidential race? And why didn't President Obama jump into the fray? The Professor Pundits fill us in.

      2012 Middlebury Fulbright recipients: Front, left to right: Hillary Aidun, Quan Pham, Divya Dethier, Matt Steffens;  Back, left to right: Kristofer Ogren, Arthur Choo, Jarrett Dury-Agri, Tucker VanAken Record Number of Fulbrights for Class of ’12
      Eight Middlebury students have been awarded Fulbright fellowships for an additional year of international study.

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      therapy_dogs_for_exam_week_splash Bark Break
      It's exam week and a pack of furry stress busters are here to help.

        dispatch_distressed-300x160 Things That Happened, Things To Do: Week of May 14
        Our regular recap of goings on at the College and a look ahead to events on the horizon.

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        cse_splash_image Students Make Pitch for Social Entrepreneurship Grants
        Five student teams made their case for a $2,000 grant at the new Center for Social Entrepreneurship.

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        pundits_caricature 607x406 Professor Pundits: And the winner is…
        With Santorum out and Gingrich close behind him, the Republican primary race is all but over.

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        symposium splash image 2012 Scenes from a Symposium
        Experience the 2012 Spring Student Symposium through the eyes of one young presenter.

          Kathy_rainbow Academy Honors
          When the American Academy of Arts & Sciences announced its 2012 class, volcanologist Kathy Cashman ’76 was on the list.

            koch_bros_text-65cdead7f213829e6113050f71926ba5 Greater Exposure for Koch Brothers Exposed
            Bill McKibben and political science professor Bert Johnson added insights to a showing of a new film about the influential industrialists.

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            pundits_caricature 607x406 Professor Pundits: Why GDP is Catnip for Political Scientists
            This month's GDP report could be a key factor in the general election.

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            trivia night Trivial Matters
            Trying to pick Idi Amin out of a photo lineup while taking down some Buffalo wings. It must be trivia night at Middlebury.

              dispatch_distressed-300x160 Things That Happened, Things To Do: Week of March 12
              Our regular recap of goings on at the College and a look ahead to events on the horizon.

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              tractor4802 Tractor of the Future?
              One winter term class took students from the classroom to the machinery shop to work on a tractor engine.

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              pundits_caricature 607x406 Professor Pundits: Sorting Out Super Tuesday
              The Professor Pundits offer insight into what happened on Super Tuesday and what to expect going forward.

                dispatch_distressed-300x160 Things That Happened, Things To Do: Week of March 5
                Our regular recap of goings on at the College and a look ahead to events on the horizon.

                  dispatch_distressed-300x160 Things That Happened, Things To Do: Week of 2/27
                  Our regular recap of goings on at the College and a look ahead to events on the horizon.

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                  Artist in Residence Viye Dibe What does African Art have to do with the Environment?
                  Noted Senegalese artist Viyé Diba made a room-sized impression at the Museum of Art this month.

                    gowns_0875a Student EMTs to the Rescue
                    Members of the Student Emergency Response Team are trained to protect themselves from the dangers of bloodborne pathogens.

                      dispatch_distressed-300x160 Things That Happened, Things to Do: Week of 2/6
                      Our regular recap of goings on at the College and a look ahead to events on the horizon.

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                      feb ski spash image What’s So Special About Being a Feb?
                      MiddMag cut the lift line at the annual Feb Celebration Ski-Down last Saturday to ask a few students this question.

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                      pundits_caricature Professor Pundits: Big Win in Florida, But Challenges Ahead for Mitt
                      Mitt Romney enjoyed a decisive primary win in Florida, but it would be a mistake to assume smooth sailing to the end.

                        Jacqueline Novogratz and her best-selling memoir Transforming Lives through Social Entrepreneurship
                        Jacqueline Novogratz, founder of the Acumen Fund and author of "The Blue Sweater," gave an inspiring talk on the meaning of social entrepreneurship.