The annual celebration, January 30–31, will include the President's Reception, Mead Chapel ceremony, and the traditional ski down in academic regalia at the Snow Bowl.
More than 600 people turned out to celebrate the dedication of Virtue Field House. Later the College inducted its first class to the Athletics Hall of Fame.
Students are working with campus horticulturalist Tim Parsons to plan for the arrival of the devastating emerald ash borer, which will put as many as 200 campus trees at risk.
Middlebury will dedicate its new Virtue Field House and induct its first class of members into the Athletics Hall of Fame.
Middlebury student Armel Nibasumba ’16 checks in from his J-term course in Rwanda.
A visiting scientist took issue with the FAA's lack of action to control domestic drone use, and revealed chilling facts about how the U.S. is using drones in foreign airspace.
William Potter, director of the Middlebury Institute's Center for Nonproliferation Studies, was awarded the Order of Bernardo O’Higgins, the Chilean government's highest honor conferred on non-Chileans.
Middlebury College junior Armel Nibasumba is on the ground in Rwanda this month completing a Winter Term course in design, partnering, management, and innovation (DPMI).
At the College's first conference on sophomores, students will discuss professional opportunities specific to their major with faculty and more than 35 alumni from a wide variety of industries.
Highlights of the Warhol portrait exhibition on display at the Middlebury College Museum of Art.
The event will feature keynote speakers Jennifer Staple-Clark, founder and CEO of Unite for Sight, and Dr. Mitch Besser, founder and medical director of mothers2mothers.
Professor of Political Science Erik Bleich, currently on academic leave in Lyon, France, reflects on what the Charlie Hebdo massacre may mean for France's Muslim population.
A Middlebury astrophysicist, Eilat Glikman, is at the forefront of new research about a pair of supermassive black holes that could, someday, collide.
The board of trustees has promoted faculty members in anthropology, German, and sociology to the rank of associate professor.
The new visual and naming system will clarify the relationships among Middlebury's academic entities.
Guardian reporter Fred McConnell says Middlebury's summer immersion program jump started his language learning after years in a traditional classroom.
The Middlebury College Museum of Art will display 10 new Andy Warhol prints, a gift from the Warhol Foundation, from Jan. 6-April 19.
William C. Rhoden, one of the leading voices in the realm of race, sports and American culture, will speak on Tues. Jan. 13 as part of the annual Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration.
For Dana King ’89, being a veterinary surgeon in a 24-hour animal hospital means each day's cases are unlike the last. (Middlebury Magazine)