Hola! Bonjour! Buongiorno! Gutentag! 你好! こんにちは! مرحبا! Привет! Olá! שלום!

Just kidding.

Who are we: A group of Middlebury College students working at Midd for the summer. No, we’re not doing language schools.

Why did we decide to stay at Midd: We didn’t want to go home.

Why are we writing this blog: To give a voice to the English-speaking minority on campus.

Current bloggers:

Audrey Tolbert (2013): Hailing from Perryville, MD (haven’t heard of it? Neither has anyone at Middlebury), Audrey is working as a Helpdesk minion this summer at midd. With no previous experience with computers (aside from frequent tweeting and watching youtube videos of Celtic Women), Audrey is your go/togirl (try it) for all things related to pressing the computer’s on button. Her passions? Pretentiously speaking French, listening to classical madrigal music, and drinking 13 cartons of orange juice a day. Her life motto: “There’s no half-singing in the shower, you’re either a rock star or an opera diva.”

Cody Gohl (2013): Cody (meaning “cushion” in Old English), is from Dallas, TX, and yes all stereotypes apply. Working for Admissions, he woos prospective students with his witty banter and charming shaggy hair? His plans for the summer include: whistling annoyingly, learning to play the ukulele, learning Farsi (so he can whisper sweet nothings to his roommate), no longer being angsty (to see previous angst see his middle school Xanga), and other hipster things that will probably never happen. This blog is dedicated “to all his real gorillas thuggin’, on top of corners everyday strugglin’, all the beautiful womens gettin’ money, washin’ them dollar bills like laundry.”

Expect more blogging (and more bloggers) to come!

(Additionally: Translations in title came from Google translate…don’t blame us.)


One Response

  1. This is beautiful. I am looking forward to the English sexiness of this blog.

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