Middlebury

We Welcome You on Friday

October 19, 2012

1:00 5:00 p.m.

Homecoming Welcome Center

McCullough Student Center, Crossroads café, 1st floor

1:00 - 4:00 p.m.

Open House: Middlebury College Organic Farm

The Middlebury College Organic Farm (MCOF) is a student organization that stewards a three acre plot of fruits, vegetables and perennials. The Farm serves as a space that supports the holistic development of students by providing life skills, while promoting discourse surrounding pressing world food issues. The produce they grow reflects a balance between efficient, profitable crops and more labor intensive, less productive crops grown for educational purposes. While planting rows of lettuce for Atwater Dining Hall or contemplating coursework in our outdoor classroom, students not only come to understand the problems with industrial agriculture, but they also explore and help develop local, organic solutions.


In the field a half-mile behind Bicentennial Hall. Walk or drive down the hill (going West) from the college on Rte. 125 for a half-mile. Take a right at the wooden sign that reads "Middlebury College Organic farm". If you are driving, you can leave your car at the sign and walk the short dirt road to the farm.

2:00 p.m.

Panel Discussion: Gender and the Presidential Election 2012

Panel discussion with former Vermont governor Madeleine Kunin and Bert Johnson, professor of political science.

Donald E. Axinn ’51, Litt. D. ’89 Center for Literary and Cultural Studies at Starr Library, Room 229

2:005:00 p.m.

Open House: Center for Education in Action (EIA)

Welcome back, alumni. Please drop by, just to visit, or to meet with our staff—an appointment is not necessary.

Adirondack House, Library

3:0011:00 p.m.          

Check-In: Bread Loaf Accommodations

Bread Loaf Inn

5:30 p.m.                    

Hillel Shabbat Services

Freeman International Center, the Jewish Center

6:00 p.m.                    

Dissipated Eight 60th Anniversary Alumni Reception

Bread Loaf Inn Dining Room

6:00 p.m.

Middlebury Mischords 50th Anniversary Alumni Reception

American Flatbread, Marbleworks

7:00 p.m.

Alumni of Color Reception

Middlebury Women of Color, the African American Alliance, and Distinguished Men of Color invites alumni and current students to join them for an informal gathering. Meet current students, learn about the Middlebury of today and share stories about your Middlebury experience. All students and alumni are welcome to attend. Light refreshments will be served.

Carr Hall Lounge

8:00 and 10:30 p.m.

Best of New York: An Evening of Scenes

The annual First Years Show, sponsored by the Theatre Program. See some of the greatest characters New York theatre has served up in the last 5 years! Directed by Lisa Velten Smith. Tickets: $4; on sale October 1.

Hepburn Zoo Theatre

8:30 p.m.

Panel Discussion: Sport for Social Change and Development

The Middlebury Center for Social Entrepreneurship will host a Homecoming panel on Sport for Social Change and Development. Sports Illustrated columnist Alex Wolff will moderate a panel of four or five young alumni speakers, including Dave Campbell '09 (Lacrosse the Nations and GivingSomething) and Alexandra Boillot '12 (CitySquash). The panel will segue into a reception afterwards for an audience of student-athletes and returning alumni. This event will offer the opportunity for interested individuals to learn, share, and connect. 

McCullough Student Center, Social Space

9:00 p.m.Midnight                

Young Alumni Reception

Doughboys: Featuring Fred Lower, Cobey Gatos, Glenn Goodwin ’71, Daniel Scharstein (professor of computer science, Middlebury College), Carlos Velez (professor of psychology, Middlebury College) 

51 Main, at the Bridge

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