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In 2015, Maddie Orcutt '16 (she/her/hers), launched a column called "Great Sexpectations." She facilitated student storytelling surrounding sex through the column. "My goal is simple: to create a space where Middlebury students can learn through the…

Reporting in The Campus on the 2017 winner of Gender, Sexuality, and Feminist Studies student-award, the Alison Fraker Essay Prize.

This 2017 article in The Campus reports on “Feminism in China: Women’s Bodies on the Frontline.” The speaker, Chinese feminist activist Lu Pin discussed feminist issues and activism efforts focused on achieving justice for Chinese women during her…

A report on the college-sponsored talk, “What Can Feminism Speak To?,” which featured feminist writer Katha Pollitt and feminist scholar Janell Hobson.

In her opinion piece titled "Afghanistan, an 'elephant in the room,'"Sajia Yaqouby '25.5, reflects on the inaction of the world when it comes to the atrocities that Afghani women have been forced to endure in the wake of the Afghani government's…

In her opinion piece titled "Home," Sajia Yaqouby '25.5, reflects on what it means to be "home" after escaping Afghanistan following the collapse of the country's government and a resurgence of Taliban rule in August 2022.

April 16, 1998 - Pg. 4 Photo.pdf
This is a photo from pg. 4 of The Campus on April 16, 1998. The photo depicts students taking in the "Silent Witnesses" display, brought to Middlebury by the Coalition for Feminist Consciousness. This display was part of Take Back The Night Week.

The Campus - October 13, Page 18.pdf
This Campus editorial discusses the troubling nature of the college's reaction to the Paul Cubeta hearing and it's aftermath. The authors, who had covered the Cubeta hearing for the Campus, accuse Middlebury's administration of caring more about it's…

April 22, Pg. 8.pdf
This Campus announcement explains that it is Sexual Assault Awareness month, and informs readers about the related events, both on and near campus. One of the events noted is the Take Back The Night March. Here is a photo of the announcement as it…

April 18, 1991, Pg. 22.pdf
This editorial reconciles the history and present of the term "political correctness." The history stems from Marxists circles wherein any politics that weren't Marxist were deemed "politically wrong." However the term was reinterpreted for present…
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