December 24, 2008

F. Robert Huth Jr. is honored by Eastern Association of College and University Business Officers

December 22, 2008

Sophie Shao returns to Middlebury to perform quartets by Brahms and Mozart at Concert for the Arts

December 18, 2008

Felix Batista, class of 1977 at Middlebury, was kidnapped December 10

December 16, 2008

The philosophy of clay, the academics of coaching, and everyday magic are just a few of the things students are delving into this January

December 11, 2008

Jason Arndt, Louisa Burnham, Jessica Holmes, and Christian Keathley will become associate professors on July 1, 2009

December 4, 2008

New ways to support creativity and innovation are among the highlights

December 4, 2008

Article focuses on John Elder's course, 'Portrait of a Town,' in which students collaborate with townspeople in long-range town planning

December 2, 2008

Senior Rohan Kamilia follows on TV events happening 10 minutes from his home in India

December 2, 2008

Prestigious award funds graduate study in U.K.

November 29, 2008

Middlebury's Doug Raeder is tournament MVP; in consolation game, Plattsburgh State is a 5-3 winner over St. Thomas

November 26, 2008

From the president's office, news about recent accomplishments and publications by Middlebury's faculty

November 25, 2008

Tierno Monénembo, who fled Guinea, edges out Elie Wiesel for the 2008 Prix Renaudot

November 24, 2008

Vivian Schiller, former head of NYTimes.com, to lead NPR beginning in January

November 22, 2008

Victory at Division III meet in Hanover, Indiana, gives Panthers their fifth NCAA title in the past nine years

November 8, 2007

Midd students connect with high schoolers in underserved urban New York & Boston schools

November 20, 2008

Student newspaper hopes to engage community in environmental issues

November 19, 2008

Sarah Jones '07 and Lee Ware '06 bring the number of 2008-09 Middlebury Fulbrighters to six

November 16, 2008

Men's soccer team defeats Norwich, 1-0, to advance to sectionals; field hockey falls, 3-1, to Bowdoin in regional final; women's (first) and men's (sixth) cross country teams excel at regionals

November 13, 2008

Kelly Brush '08 will receive the award January 15 in Washington, D.C.

November 12, 2008

Slideshow and discussion are free and open to the public

November 11, 2008

For more information on registration, check out the registrar's Web site: go/registrar

November 5, 2008

Two-day event in Burlington, Vt., seeks to identify, prepare for challenges of globalization

November 4, 2008

Mathematics competition with Williams got its start back in 1978

November 3, 2008

Building is only seventh in nation to earn platinum designation under LEED NC2.2 standards

October 31, 2008

Watch a webcast, 'The Presidential Election of 2008: Analysis and Projections,' featuring Eric Davis, and/or read Matt Dickinson's blog, 'Presidential Power'

October 31, 2008

Cedric Tiberghien to perform music by Chopin, Bartók and Brahms

October 29, 2008

Cross country runner's new children's book imagines what inspired Jackson Pollock's distinctive style

October 28, 2008

Professor to talk about 'The Presidential Election of 2008: Analysis and Projections,' from 8-9:30 p.m. EDT

October 27, 2008

Townspeople encouraged to participate in group ride, bike safety, maintenance classes, and other events

October 24, 2008

Concert by Pieter Wispelwey and Alexander Melnikov to include works by Barber, Chopin, Martinu and Rachmaninoff

October 22, 2008

Event Calendar Listing

October 21, 2008

Lecture is part of "Architecture & ." series and is free and open to the public

October 20, 2008

Events are free and open to the public

October 15, 2008

New date TBD

October 15, 2008

Event Calendar Listing

October 14, 2008

Lecture is part of Middlebury's "Meet the Press" series and is free and open to the public

October 12, 2008

Following his World Wildlife Fund trip to Arctic, Ben Wessel '11 prepares for United Nations climate conference in Poland

October 12, 2008

Following his World Wildlife Fund trip to Arctic, Ben Wessel '11 prepares for United Nations climate conference in Poland

October 10, 2008

Events exploring our complex relationships with food are free and open to the public

October 6, 2008

Eric Davis, professor emeritus of political science, appears on Good Morning America's '50 States in 50 Days'

October 6, 2008

Middlebury senior Haseeb Humayoon has worked as a consultant to nongovernmental groups in Afghanistan

October 6, 2008

New landmark pays tribute to the past while giving shape to the future

October 2, 2008

Professors Colander, Matthews, Pardee, and Prasch examine bailout plan and issues leading up to it

October 2, 2008

Kartik Seshadri on the sitar, Rajeev Taranath on the sarod and Arup Chattopadhyay on the tabla play in Concert Hall at 8 p.m.

September 30, 2008

Talk by Travis Apgar, assoc. dean of students at Cornell University, and screening of film "Haze" are free and open to the public

September 25, 2008

Third annual 'College Sustainability Report Card' credits Middlebury for campus programs

September 24, 2008

Internationally acclaimed string quartet to give free concert in Mead Chapel

September 22, 2008

President Liebowitz welcomes fans, thanks donors for new FieldTurf surface at Youngman Field

September 22, 2008

The "Literature to Life" presentation is made by arrangement with The American Place Theatre

September 19, 2008

Grace Spatafora elected to Vermont Academy of Science and Engineering

September 19, 2008

Team captain Andrew Matson '09 talks about football, academics and time management

September 17, 2008

Big Action Performance Ensemble presents "I'm Right, You're Wrong"


September 17, 2008

No outbreak reported; student is no longer considered infectious and has returned to the campus community

September 16, 2008

Mills College in Oakland, Calif., to host programs

September 15, 2008

Volunteers show that experiences abroad helped shape and define their lives

September 12, 2008

Members of the Class of 2008 now work and study in China, Korea and Spain

September 11, 2008

Alan Weisman is a Visiting Reporter for the 2008 Middlebury Fellowships in Environmental Journalism

September 10, 2008

MIIS, located in golf mecca on the Monterey Peninsula, offers to help professional golf tour by providing English language curriculum

September 9, 2008

Lecture is part of the Twilight Scholars Program

September 8, 2008

President Liebowitz urges first-year students to consider the impact of their behavior on the community

September 8, 2008

Professors Choi, Olsen, Sheldon, Spatafora, and Trombulak honored for their teaching and research

September 2, 2008

National initiative is designed to raise awareness and create action to end genocide in Sudan

August 26, 2008

Middlebury College literary publication includes new and well known writers

August 26, 2008

Lecture is part of Middlebury's "Meet the Press" series and is free and open to the public

August 21, 2008

College selected as No. 1 in Sierra Magazine feature on 'Cool Schools' for 2008

August 20, 2008

Features include Chinese art, modern dance, theatrical performances and numerous films

August 14, 2008

From organic farming to Vermont politics, orientation gives news students a look beyond the campus 

August 14, 2008

Songs, activities, and vocabulary lessons make Italian come alive for young language-learners

August 12, 2008

Study focuses on time period of adolescence

August 1, 2008

Readings and lectures free and open to the public

August 1, 2008

International education expert Allan E. Goodman to deliver the commencement address

July 21, 2008

A detailed history of glacial activity could shed new light on global warming discussion

July 21, 2008

Concert is free and open to the public. No tickets needed.

July 18, 2008

Sustainably-focused plan offers new model of campus planning

July 16, 2008

Middlebury College literary publication includes new and well known writers

July 16, 2008


July 14, 2008

College officials cautiously optimistic about new heating fuel potential   [AUDIO SLIDESHOW]

July 3, 2008

Political science and environmental studies professor Chris Klyza honored by American Political Science Association