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Monthly Archive for November, 2007

Judicial Matters

Pick a random Middlebury student and play a game of Twenty Questions about the College’s judicial system. How would our student do? Probably not that well. Anecdotal information suggests that most students have a cursory understanding of the Academic Judicial Board and Community Judicial Board (yes, there are two boards) and refine their knowledge of […]

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One of the high points of my week is the radio show that I host on WRMC on Friday afternoons (3:30 to 5:00 pm if you are interested). The show is called “68 Degrees and Holding”—named after an effort we made a couple of years ago to reduce the temperature in the dorms—and this year, […]

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A Fight for the Right to What?

In 1986, shortly after the drinking age went up to 21, the Beastie Boys scored a hit with the song “(You Gotta) Fight for Your Right (To Party).” I was married and in graduate school so the message passed me by, but it obviously struck a chord with a lot of high school and college […]

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