Fifty-two new faculty members will teach in a variety of capacities this year.
The beloved squash coach who died in August was remembered as unconventional and fun-loving. Middlebury has established a coaching chair in his memory.
Middlebury's Advancement office has united under one roof for the first time in nearly 30 years at a renovated office building on Exchange Street.
National media outlets often turn to Middelbury experts for comment or opinion on important news stories.
In a message to the Middlebury community, President Liebowitz announced several changes to the policy.
Middlebury's 587 first-year students learned about the College's cherished history and traditions at the 215th convocation.
The third annual International Politics and Economics Symposium will gather scholars for a series of discussions on September 12.
Included are new works by veteran authors, among them Peter Cooley, Stephen Dixon, Debora Greger, Bob Hicok, and Carl Phillips.
This year's Alumni College offered topics ranging from the mountain geology of the Northeast to the foods and "foodways" of Italy.
The latest addition to the College's public art collection is a large cor-ten steel sculpture by alumnus J. Pindyck Miller ’60.
This year's Clifford Symposium will look at the impact of new technologies on all aspects of academia, from teaching and research to publishing and artistic creativity.
On a warm, sunny Labor Day 587 first-year students moved into their residence halls to begin Middlebury orientation.
The College will host a memorial service on Sunday, Sept. 14 at 3 p.m. in Kirk Alumni Center, followed immediately by a reception at the Squash Center.
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Professor Emeritus Michael R. Katz has translated into English two previously unpublished novellas written by Sophia Tolstoy.