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In Memoriam: Felix G. Rohatyn ’49

December 16, 2019

Mr. Rohatyn, a former trustee for whom the College's Rohatyn Center for Global Affairs is named, was known around the world for his work as a financier, diplomat, and the architect of New York City's financial rescue in the 1970s.

Listen to NER Out Loud

December 11, 2019

Recordings from the sixth annual NER Out Loud event this fall are now available online.

Video: Class Creates Bauhaus-Inspired Art

December 11, 2019

Students in an art history course have been studying the Bauhaus school, and its major impacts on art and design, in advance of a Bauhaus exhibit at the College museum this spring.

Diwali Celebration

October 30, 2019

The South Asian Student Association recently hosted their annual Diwali dinner in Atwater Dining Hall.

Art Meets Science on the Concert Hall Stage

October 23, 2019

The Heath Quartet, as part of a weeklong residency, gave a performance and discussion session for neuroscience majors studying sensation and perception.

Geology Professor Explores Shipwrecks of Seneca Lake

October 23, 2019

Assistant Professor of Geology Tom Manley is leading the survey that captured images of sunken canal boats from the 1800s and provided the start of a bathymetric map of this Finger Lake.  

Homecoming Photo and Video Highlights

October 16, 2019

Middlebury College welcomed alumni back to campus October 11-13 for Homecoming on a spectacular fall weekend with foliage colors at their peak.

Student’s ‘Project for Peace’ Challenges Racism through Oral History

October 16, 2019

“Peace is disruptive,” says Middlebury junior Christine McDow, who was selected for a 2019 Projects for Peace grant. Davis’s project, “Listen Witness Amplify,” trained North Carolina teenagers in oral history and helped them give voice to lesser-heard stories, challenging received ideas about the past.

In Memoriam: Russ Reilly

July 26, 2019

The longtime men's basketball coach and administrator was known for his integrity and sense of humor.


Summer Neuroscience Research Brings Students New Techniques and Deeper Knowledge

July 18, 2019

Biology and neuroscience professor Glen Ernstrom uses a green glowing protein and tiny worms to study how animal nerve cells transmit chemical signals at synapses. This summer, his student researchers, Jessica Guo ’21 and Edith Lopez ’22, learned new techniques and acquired greater depth as they assisted him in unlocking the secrets of the human brain. 

Class of 2023 Offers Wide Range of Talents

June 26, 2019

Members of the incoming class include a meal service entrepreneur, an owner of award-winning cattle, and a student who discovered a new species of an endangered marine animal.

In Memoriam: Nicholas Clifford

May 28, 2019

Longtime history professor served as a trustee and established Middlebury's East Asian Studies Department.

Middlebury Grants Tenure to Two Faculty Members

May 15, 2019

At its May meeting, the Board of Trustees approved promotions for Keegan Callanan (political science) and Daniel Silva (Luso-Hispanic studies) to the rank of associate professor.

Postcard from a BOLD Scholar

April 17, 2019

Amirah Fauzi ’18 continued her work as a scholar in the BOLD Women's Leadership Initiative with a fellowship at the Pillars Fund, a national philanthropic group supporting the American Muslim community.

Middlebury Alumni Take Home Oscars

February 25, 2019

Brian Currie ’83, left, won for best original screenplay on Green Book and Rodney Rothman ’95 for best animated feature film on Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse.

Photo Album: Winter Carnival 2019

February 20, 2019

A slideshow captures highlights of the weekend’s activities, from ski team victories to the annual Winter Carnival Ice Show.

Middlebury Grants Tenure to Filmmaker

January 29, 2019

At its January meeting, the Board of Trustees approved the promotion of Ioana Uricaru (film and media culture) to the rank of associate professor.

J-Term Scenes: Learning to Ski

January 16, 2019

Like many J-term experiences outside the classroom, lessons at the Snow Bowl are taught by student instructors who are eager to share their expertise with beginners.

Winter Term ’19 Is Here

January 9, 2019

Academic deep dives and dozens of noncredit workshops define the four-week January session.