Found in 15 Collections and/or Records:
Collection contains social media posts, website crawls, and other born-digital materials produced by the Middlebury College community and collected by Special Collections beginning in May, 2020, following the murder of George Floyd by police. The collection includes responses and statements by academic departments, student clubs and organizations, athletic teams, and more.
Episode description: "Hi everybody! Megan and Destini are back after a long pause :) In this episode, they give you an update on the verdict of Breonna Taylor, voting, the next steps for BLCKGRLMGC, and a run down for our next episodes. Thank you for riding with us these past three years. BLCKGRLMGC continues to grow and we couldn’t be happier!"
From the lighter side of student life to deep critical engagement with campus culture, this transinstitutional collection is intended to document life at Middlebury outside the official channels of communication, to archive diverse points of view and student activities, and to create a historical record of dynamic and engaging discussions that define our collective experience at Middlebury College.
Includes archived website for the People's Gender Council of Middlebury as well as jpeg and pdf files containing materials produced by the Council. Materials include recommendations made by the Council to the administration of the college, meeting minutes and agendas, fliers advertising news and initiatives, as well as an executive summary of the Council.
Siefer's scoop episode 7: Election issue: Middlebury student-athletes committed to political activism, October 19, 2020
Student Social Life currently houses three series: student campus events, Winter Carnival, and College songs and song books. Student campus events contain records on important historical events, focused around student activism, protest, and resistance. Records on Winter Carnival date back to 1934, and include correspondence and programs. Finally, College songs date back to 1860, and song books date back to 1902.
Includes participant agreements and approximately 30 diaries written by students and two diaries written by staff during the COVID-19 pandemic. Most diaries date from May, 2020 to July, 2020, but some extend through September, 2020.