From the mystery of Lyme disease to the fiction of Northern New England, new students engage in seminars to complete their transition to college.
The annual report is issued by Middlebury's Department of Public Safety in compliance with the federal Clery act.
Students and faculty got a taste of the ancient art of parchment making at a workshop in the Mahaney Center for the Arts.
In a campus-wide email, President Liebowitz gave an update on the College's actions to strengthen its ESG (environmental, social, and governance) investment practices.
The U.S. Green Building Council has awarded its LEED platinum designation to Middlebury for the new nine-court squash building.
The 2014 Clifford Symposium looked at how digital technologies are transforming nearly every aspect of the academy.
Middlebury's Schumann Distinguished Scholar has won a Right Livelihood Award, which is presented annually in the Swedish Parliament.
The new conference will be the first to highlight the key role of the literary translator.
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.
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.