One of the best kept secrets in cross-country skiing is now home to one of the finest race courses in the country.
Rebecca Bennette (history), John Maluccio (economics), Jonathan Miller-Lane (education studies) and John Schmitt (mathematics) have been promoted to the rank of associate professor.
The final determination from the New England Association of Schools and Colleges is due in the spring of 2012.
At a ceremony in Florence, Middlebury's C.V. Starr Schools Abroad marked the golden anniversary of a program that now has sites in Florence, Ferrara and Rome.
The Middlebury College team in the Department of Energy's 2011 Solar Decathlon competition won three of the 10 contests: communications, market appeal and home entertainment.
The Middlebury School Abroad in Cameroon will be the college's first in sub-Saharan Africa.
Following one of the worst natural disasters in Vermont history, Middlebury students dig in and help.
Middlebury and other leading colleges commit a total of $65 million
to innovative energy efficiency financing initiative.
President Liebowitz says changes in the American psyche wrought by 9/11 are second nature to today's first-year students.
College provides Web content on the Constitution, including links to relevant websites and a Constitution reading list.
The College examines the impact of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks from both scholarly and personal points of view.
Speakers include scholar Shibley Telhami (left), New Yorker correspondent Wendell Steavenson, writers, poets, artists and human rights activists.
A note from the president to the Middlebury community on the College's response in the aftermath of Hurricane Irene.
Irene arrived in Vermont as a tropical storm on August 28, dropping several inches of rain and packing high winds. While floods devastated large areas of Vermont, the Middlebury campus saw almost no damage.
Commencement speaker says that America is "not a nation of linguists," but that the Language Schools and its graduates are doing something about it.
At the completion of its 92nd summer, BLSE honors longtime director James Maddox and inspiring teacher Michael Armstrong.
Candidates for Master of Arts and Doctor of Modern Languages degrees will receive diplomas and canes at traditional ceremony in Mead Chapel.
Sessions on four campuses feature internationally renowned faculty, with readings, lectures and theater performances open to the public.
Commencements vary by campus, from Santa Fe's informal outdoor celebration to the traditional ceremony in Lincoln College’s 17th-century chapel at Oxford.
The general public is invited to attend a daily schedule of readings and lectures in the Little Theatre, located on the Bread Loaf campus on Route 125.
The new VP, James R. Keyes '71, has served as a trustee of the College and as a member of the alumni association board of directors.
Chris Waddell '91 gives the commencement address to nearly 600 Middlebury seniors and a crowd of thousands.
The board of trustees, meeting in May, promoted four faculty members to the rank of associate professor.
Stories on climate refugees, hydrofracking and coal ash are among the winners.
The Language Schools are known internationally for their intensive immersion approach to the teaching of language and culture.
Schumann Distinguished Scholar at Middlebury College among 212 new members selected for 2011.
Six Fulbright fellowships are among the prestigious academic awards earned by Middlebury undergraduates this spring.
From women's rights in Afghanistan to bar mitzvah classes on campus to mentoring adolescents in the community, Middlebury students serve and lead.
A look at some events relating to the crisis in Japan, what Middlebury and Monterey groups are doing to help the victims, and an update from Middlebury's program in Tokyo.
Middlebury has set its comprehensive fee for the 2011-2012 academic year at $53,420, a 2.5 percent increase from the current year's figure of $52,120.
Area residents Liz Cronin, Mickey Heinecken, and Susan Vigne receive McCardell Citizen's Awards
Waddell, a Paralympic gold medalist and social activist, and five others will receive honorary degrees during graduation ceremonies on May 22.
Ten students from Chicago will arrive in the fall of 2012 as part of the Posse Scholars program.
Middlebury and Brandeis have established a study-abroad program in Israel conducted exclusively in Hebrew.
Middlebury has established a program in Amman, Jordan ― a new site for the C.V. Starr-Middlebury School Abroad in the Middle East.
The College has agreed to a deal that will provide the Vt. Center for Emerging Technologies with a beachhead in Middlebury.
CMRS, based at Oxford’s Keble College, is the latest addition to the myriad study abroad programs available to Middlebury undergraduates.
Mid-year graduates have much in common, including the traditional ski-down in cap and gown.
College selects a Shakespearean scholar with 16 summers at Bread Loaf to succeed Jim Maddox, who retired.
At its meeting in December, the board of trustees promoted five faculty members to the rank of associate professor.