Day: February 17, 2013

Events

Riddim Auditions

Riddim concerts are some of the rowdiest, funnest (yeah, I know…most fun) times of the year. Being in Riddim guarantees you major social capital and hundreds of people having crushes on you. So if you got moves, show ’em off tomorrow at 7PM. Even if you don’t make it you still will have spent an evening dancing, so it’s a win-win. Also I hear they have shortage of straight guys,Continue reading

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Proctor Thought of the Day: Red Velvet Gone Big

  Maybe they wanted to end Winter Carnival with a bang, maybe they just didn’t put out Valentine’s Day left overs for a few days so we’d think they were fresh. But Proctor’s bringin it hard tonight. Red Velvet cake two layer cake with butter creme frosting and Red Velvet cupcakes? Sorry Ross, just another reason why you suck. Four cakes have been eaten up in the past 40 minutes, so I’dContinue reading

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Meditation for Beginners

Get your mindfulness on in the Wonnacott Commons House Mondays and Tuesdays from 12:30-1 PM.  Education Studies Professor and Wonnacott Commons Dean Jonathan Miller-Lane leads an open meditation group for all faculty, students, and staff in the comforts of his home twice a week, and is trained to teach the meditation techniques of Chögyam Trungpa.  For those of you who don’t know how to get to the Wonnacott Commons House, theContinue reading

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Blood Drive Monday

Donate blood Monday.  You have blood and you’re a young, healthy college student.  Someone else may have less blood, and wants yours.  Destiny awaits.  The American Red Cross will be setting up in McCullough for the majority of the day, and promise free snacks, nice people, and an opportunity for you to run into that valentine that slipped through your fingers.  You can either walk-in or schedule an appointment.  AppointmentsContinue reading

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Reclaim Lo Fo

This Sunday from 6-9 PM, Chris Batson ’13 is organizing a paint LoFo session which should prove to be an awesome way to stake out some more sacred student space.  Strictly student space is a huge part of creating a student culture, and is arguably something that’s lacking at Middlebury.  The places that get personalized by students are always, at least for this writer, the best places on campus. Superblock andContinue reading