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    Notes from the Mountain: a Summer Series
    Guest writer and Bread Loaf student Diana Ling reports from the mountain campus. This week, meet a two-time game show contestant and scholar.

      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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      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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      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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      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.

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

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

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

              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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              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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              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.

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

                  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.

                    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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                    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.

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

                        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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                        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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                        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.