Middlebury students join campus protests for Gaza

MIDDLEBURY COLLEGE STUDENTS have joined the thousands throughout the country protesting the ongoing Israel-Hamas war through on-campus demonstrations. Students on Sunday set up an encampment on McCullough Lawn, where they’re hosting educational programs and calling on college officials to take action in response to the war. Independent photo/Steve James

Over 100 students at Middlebury College have formed an encampment on campus in solidarity with the people of Gaza, joining a nationwide student movement protesting Israel’s ongoing war with Hamas. 

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