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NESCAC News: Middlebury’s new speaker policy

NESCAC News: Middlebury’s new speaker policy

Campus turmoil and debate over freedom of speech and speakers on campus is not as easily forgotten as last semester’s courses. Middlebury College’s incident with guest speaker Charles Murray and student protesters dominated national news cycles and is often cited in debates on freedom of speech on campuses. In 2016, a Middlebury student group, the American Enterprise Group, which describes […]

by Adelaide Bullock· · 0 comments · News
A conversation on free speech and the Middlebury incident

A conversation on free speech and the Middlebury incident

The following transcribes a discussion between two Colby students regarding the campus protests of Charles Murray and Milo Yiannopolous. Ian Liphart ’18 (IL): Hey dude, did you hear about the protest of Charles Murray at Middlebury last Thursday? Ryan Hara ’18 (RH): Yeah. It’s scary man. Incidents like that are becoming more and more common across the country. Like you […]

by Ryan Hara· · 0 comments · Opinion
NESCACs debate finances

NESCACs debate finances

Across the NESCAC, campuses have been debating the benefits and drawbacks of divestment. Most recently, Middlebury’s campus has been abuzz following multiple op-eds in The Middlebury Campus centered on the issue of divestment. Closer to home, newly inaugurated President Clayton S. Rose announced that Bowdoin’s comprehensive tuition fee will be $61,354, surpassing $60,000 for the first time in the history […]

by Kiernan Somers· · 0 comments · News
Expelled John Doe returns to Middlebury

Expelled John Doe returns to Middlebury

After a five-month investigation, a Middlebury College student was expelled following allegations of sexual assault against a non-college student. The plaintiff has accused the defendant, John Doe, of sexually assaulting her while studying abroad with the School for International Training (SIT). The incident occurred while the student was studying abroad in the fall of 2014. Doe was allowed to return […]

by Kiernan Somers· · 0 comments · News