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CoE final report_4_26_1995.pdf
The Committee on the Environment gives President McCardell a total of 42 recommendations that fall into one of four broad areas: i)how to improve the ES program, ii)how the ES program become more relevant across the curriculum, iii)how the campus may…

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BuryMyHeartWoundedKneeReview.pdf
This is a book review of Dee Brown's "Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee: An Indian History of the American West." It describes how white government officials abused Native Americans' rights, in large part because the Native Americans believed land could…

BuryMyHeartWoundedKneeReview.pdf
A positive review of "Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee" that explores its themes of subjugation and senseless environmental policy.

ENVS_Camp_1997_11_12_pg12_McLeod001.jpg
Excessive use of paper at Middlebury and suggestions on how to achieve the "green" goal of reducing this waste.

SoylentGreen.pdf
This is a movie review of "Soylent Green" that is a "suspenseful futuristic drama set in New York in the year 2022..concerned with man’s destruction of his own environment through overpopulation and lack of concern for ecology." The movie aims to…

March 1989 U.S. Council for Energy Awareness Ad.pdf
An advertisement from the U.S. Council for Energy Awareness in the March 1989 issue of National Geographic. Despite Three Mile Island and Chernobyl, two catastrophic, nuclear incidents that rattled American faith in this energy source, nuclear and…

January 19 1981 pg 14 Middlebury Campus against racial violence in urban centers.jpg
Middlebury Students Against Race Violence and Discrimination

April 1987.Air Atmosphere of Uncertainty.radon threat.pg.525.pdf
Cutting a stark contrast to the Exxon Valdez oil spill and the Chernobyl nuclear disaster, subtler threats figuratively - and perhaps literally - threatened the foundations of the American family. Radon, a colorless and odorless radioactive gas,…

Mothers of East L.A..pdf
A clipping from an article that describes the Mothers of East L.A. (MELA) and their rise to prominence. MELA began as a group of 100 Latina women who came from disadvantaged backgrounds. The group's logo - a Virgin Mary-like figure who is cradling…
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