Day: February 27, 2013


Celebrating Black History: A Film Screening

(Goran Hugo Olsson, United Sates, 2011, 1 hour 40 minutes) The Black Power Mixtape 1967-1975 will be screened tomorrow afternoon in Dana. According to the event’s fb page: Come watch “Black Power Mixtape,” a documentary that chronicles the key people and events from the black power movement, specifically the Black Panther Party. A few people in the movie include Angela Davis and Huey P. Newton, two highly notable individuals involvedContinue reading


TOMORROW: Right to Know GMO Action Forum

WHAT: Right to Know GMO Open Forum WHEN: Thursday, 2/28, 6:30-8:30PM WHERE: Middlebury American Legion The Middlebury Natural Foods Co-op, everyone’s favorite supplier of local produce, vegan meat substitutes, and expensive non-dairy alternatives, is sponsoring a “Right to Know GMO” event this Thursday at the American Legion in Middlebury. The event is one of five open forums happening across the state to discuss the proposed VT GMO labeling bill. GMO-free refreshmentsContinue reading


THIS WEEK: Improv Auditions

Both of Middlebury’s Improv Troupes will be holding auditions this week. If you saw either of their most recent shows and thought, “I’d love to be onstage, in front of hundreds of people, with absolutely nothing planned!” (or if you’ve never seen improv before and want to check it out, if the idea of improv is absolutely terrifying and you want to face your fears, if improv auditions are onContinue reading

Events, Uncategorized

Weybridge Meals

Weybridge House will be hosting one of their three weekly meals tonight at 6:30.  Weybridge features an all local food meal open to the Middlebury student community on Mondays and Wednesdays for dinner, and brunches on Saturdays at 11.  It has been said that Weybridge brunches are the best hangover cures since bacon.  Home cooking, friendly people, a relaxed eating environment, comfy couches Weybridge meals are always an awesome a break fromContinue reading

Events, Features

David Abram: The Commonwealth of Breath

This Thursday at 4:30 in the Hillcrest Orchard David Abram, an environmental philosopher and cultural ecologist, will be giving a talk regarding the link between human consciousness and the atmosphere.  It promises to be a fantastic talk for anyone interested in environmental ethics, deep ecology, or really anyone who has felt something while outside.  Before those of you less philosophically inclined skip this post and move onto the next one,Continue reading


Education Under Fire Screening

To many of us, the religion Baha’i is quite unknown. While inundated with Biblical references, Christian, Jewish, and Muslim practices on a regular basis, it can be easy to overlook less overtly prevalent faiths. However, the Baha’i community is live and well at Middlebury College and in the Middlebury extended community. Some quick research shows the core Baha’i message is that humanity is one single race and that the day has come for humanity’sContinue reading