ANNE SCHULZE, LEFT, and Janet Schulze Swain search through the Addison Independent archives for scraps of news about their sister, Lynne Schulze, a Middlebury College student who disappeared from town on Dec. 10, 1971. Almost 48 years later, investigators continue to seek answers into what happened to Schulze.
Independent photo/John Flowers
MIDDLEBURY — The Schulze family puts together an annual calendar matching photos with the birthdates of the many members of the Connecticut-based clan. Individuals play a recurring, starring role on the day they came into the world.
Lynne Schulze’s face is featured twice in her family’s calendar.
Once on Feb. 9, when she was born in 1953.
And again on Dec. 10, the date on which she disappeared from Middlebury, in 1971.
Lynne’s sisters, Anne Schulze and Janet Schulze Swain, are still hoping to clear up the mystery surrounding their sibling’s fate. They were in town last week for two days to...
LEWISTON, Maine — The Middlebury College field hockey team remained undefeated by getting past stubborn host Bates on Saturday, 1-0. The 10-0 Panthers remained in first place in NESCAC with a 6-0 record, the league’s only unbeaten mark. The Panthers, the top-ranked team in NCAA Division III, will host Colby (6-2, 4-2 NESCAC) at noon on Saturday.
Bates nearly broke the ice late in the first quarter, but Panther goalie Grace Harley twice denied Bobcat Ally Leahy from point-blank range.
The Panthers took the lead early in the second period after they were awarded a penalty stroke following a...
AMHERST, Mass. — The Middlebury College football team defeated host Amherst on Saturday, 34-31, in double overtime in what was a showdown between two unbeaten teams seeking to retain a share of first place in the NESCAC standings.
The Panthers improved to 4-0 and are tied for first place with Wesleyan, the league’s only other undefeated team. The Mammoths fell to 3-1 after dropping Saturday’s dramatic, back-and-forth game to the Panthers. Middlebury will host Colby at 1 p.m. this Saturday.
The winning play at Amherst came on the Panthers’ second possession in overtime after both teams tossed...
LEWISTON, Maine — The Middlebury College men’s soccer team split two road games this past weekend, with the loss (to a NESCAC foe) being the team’s first this season. The 6-1-3 (2-1-3 NESCAC) Panthers will host league foe Colby at noon on Saturday.
On this past Saturday host Bates (7-2-1, 3-2-1 NESCAC) scored 37 minutes into the first half and held on for a 1-0 NESCAC victory over the Panthers (5-1-3, 2-1-3).
The Panthers had a good chance to get on the scoreboard in the 25th minute when a Henry Wilhelm header on a corner kick was knocked away by a defender. The Bobcats scored when Bobby...
MIDDLEBURY — ACORN’s 2019 Producer and Buyer Forum is slated for Wednesday, Oct. 16, from 8:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m., at Middlebury College’s Kirk Alumni Center. The forum, hosted in partnership with the Vermont Agency of Agriculture, Food & Markets, Vermont Farm to Plate and ACORN, is designed for all growers, food producers, retail and institutional buyers and distributors.
Dan Horan of “Positively Local” Five Acre Farms in New York will give the keynote address. Horan will bring a comprehensive perspective on the rewards and risks of growing a business. Having attended two of the three past...
MIDDLEBURY — The Middlebury College men’s soccer team remained unbeaten by picking up a win and a tie against two ranked NESCAC opponents this past weekend. The 5-0-3 Panthers will visit Bates this Saturday.
This past Saturday Panther Liam Sloan converted a penalty kick with 6:25 remaining in overtime to lift the Panthers to a 2-1 home NESCAC triumph over previously unbeaten Connecticut College, then ranked No. 11 in NCAA Division III. The Camels are 5-1-2 after a tie at Williams on Sunday.
The Panthers took a 1-0 lead 6:50 into the contest when Brandon Reid fired a low shot from the left...
MIDDLEBURY — The Middlebury College women’s soccer team picked up two more wins this past weekend to improve to 7-0-1. The Panthers, ranked No. 2 in NCAA Division III last week, will play at Bates this Saturday.
On this past Saturday the Panthers blanked NESCAC foe Connecticut, 2-0, as midfielder Gretchen McGrath scored twice. The Camels lost for the first time, but also fell on Sunday at Williams, 1-0, and are 6-2.
Middlebury struck for its first goal with 3:52 remaining in the first half. McGrath received a short touch pass from Ellie Greenberg and chipped a shot into the right corner.
MIDDLEBURY — The Middlebury College football team defeated visiting Trinity on Saturday, 32-27, to remain undefeated at 3-0 and stay in a three-way tie for first place in NESCAC with Amherst and Wesleyan.
The Panthers will visit Amherst at 2 p.m. this Saturday as they seek to remain atop the league standings.
This past Saturday’s game saw two lead changes and a big crowd of 2,850.
Panther Carter Massengill kicked a 33-yard field goal to give Middlebury a 3-0 lead on its first possession. The Panthers went up 10-0 at 10:34 of the second quarter on a three-yard run by quarterback Will Jernigan...
MIDDLEBURY — Ralph Myhre Golf Course this past weekend was the site of the George Phinney Golf Classic, which was won by the host Middlebury College women’s team.
The Panthers carded a 634 to win by six strokes over second-place Amherst. Panther senior Chloe Levins took home tournament medalist honors for the third time in four years, winning the title in a playoff. Levins shot 153, tying her with Morgan Yurosek of Amherst. Levins parred two holes and won when Yurosek bogeyed the second.
The Panther scorers included Katie Murphy in third at 155 and Blake Yaccino tied for 13th with a 161....
MIDDLEBURY — Given recent developments in Washington, D.C., a talk this week at Middlebury College will have particular relevance.
On Thursday, Oct. 3, at 4:30 p.m. Princeton University professor and CNN Political Analyst Julian E. Zelizer will explore the roots of our turbulent political scene. The talk, titled “Political Polarization and the Road to the Trump Presidency,” will take place in Dana Auditorium on College Street.
Zelizer, who is Malcolm Stevenson Forbes, Class of 1941 Professor of History and Public Affairs at Princeton, is considered by some to be one of the country’s leading...