The upcoming season for the Arts at Middlebury marks some important milestones, including the Performing Arts Series’ 95th anniversary; Series Director Paul Nelson’s 30th and final season; a play honoring Hillel’s 60th anniversary at Middlebury, and the 100th anniversary of the Middlebury College Language Schools.
Two art history majors conducted an inventory of art and objects at Middlebury's historic Community House.
Professor Emeritus Michael R. Katz has translated into English two previously unpublished novellas written by Sophia Tolstoy.
Panther fans have a great new resource for news, stats, videos, and stories about their favorite teams.
Held for nearly two years by an Al Qaeda affiliate in Syria, Peter Theo Curtis ’91 was released unexpectedly.
The “green roof” is the second installed by the College—the first was planted on top of Atwater Dining Hall in 2004.
The Winkler Professorship in Physics was established by the Michele and David Mittelman Family Foundation. Mr. Mittelman '76 studied with Winkler in the 1970s.
At the Language Schools Commencement on August 15, 101 graduate students received MA degrees and seven scholars attained the degree of Doctor of Modern Languages.
Middlebury College and the Kress Foundation are putting the power of geographic information systems (GIS) in the hands of 15 art historians.
President Ronald D. Liebowitz conferred 47 Master of Arts degrees and one honorary doctorate on August 9.
A new program based in Washington is connecting Middlebury interns with alumni mentors in law, government, the environment, and other professions.
The recently completed facility will help the College with its commitment to become carbon neutral.
Middlebury will celebrate the graduates of the Language Schools in an evening ceremony at Mead Chapel on August 15.
Students in Middlebury's new School of the Environment tackled a rigorous six-week program.
Beloved coach remembered as having "a huge heart and a passion for squash and his players."
More than 60 summer research assistants shared their work at the annual Summer Research Symposium on July 31.
Commencement at the Ripton, Vt., and Oxford, England, campuses will take place on August 9.
Rare 16mm film clip is part of a Special Collections and Archives initiative to digitize its mid-20th-century films.
Contributions total $49.9 million in FY 2014.
Middlebury's new field house is scheduled to open in January 2015, just in time for the winter track and field season.
Professor of Political Science Erik Bleich says that research data does not support common perceptions of European Muslims generated by the media.
(UPDATED 7/29/14) Middlebury alumna and writer in residence is among 11 recipients who will attend a White House ceremony with the Obamas.
Panelists urge students to use their language skills and cultural competency to distinguish themselves in a competitive job market.
With paying internships in short supply, the College has released $453,000 to help its undergraduates explore careers and expand their networks.
As part of the Fellows in Narrative Journalism series, Zeke Caceres ’15 describes his path from the Dominican neighborhood of Washington Heights, NY to Middlebury, Vermont.
National media outlets often turn to Middelbury experts for comment or opinion on important news stories.