Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject HeadingsScope Note: In July 2019, the sport changed its name from quidditch to quadball to distance itself from J.K. Rowling, the author of the Harry Potter book series, after facing scrutiny for her anti-trans positions, and to grow outside the trademarked “Quidditch,” which is owned by the Warner Bros. film and entertainment company. (found: US Quadball News viewed 16 February 2023)
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Scope and Contents This collection contains over 10,000 photographs taken by Benjy Renton during his time at Middlebury. Renton's photographs include on-campus events such as the Justice for Breonna Taylor protest, MiddView Orientation, scenes from the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic in March 2020, Evolution Dance Crew performances, the Winter Carnival Ice Show, the International Students' Organization (ISO) Food Festival, Winter Carnival, the Blackout Protest in support of higher wages for staff, the M...
Scope and Contents Photographs taken and used by the Office of Communications and Marketing, dating from 2018 onward. Subjects include Middlebury College students, faculty, and staff; portraits; McCullough murals; Makerspace; lectures and talks; Interfaith House; Ward Prize; Phi Beta Kappa ceremonies; Quadball (formerly Quidditch); Student symposia; campus construction; the Knoll; awards ceremonies; faculty authors receptions; student protests; campus scenes; International Students' Organization...
File — Box 20, Folder: 25
Item — Bottom Shelf, Box: 53