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A new president, new field house, national championship, and several important anniversaries were among the big Middlebury stories this year.

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2015: The Year in Stories

December 21, 2015

MIDDLEBURY, Vt. -- By any measure, 2015 was a remarkable year in the life of Middlebury. Athletics stories bookended the year: a new field house in January and a national field hockey championship in November. In between we welcomed a new president and said farewell to one who had been part of the campus community for more than 30 years. We celebrated major anniversaries and new programs, and grappled with difficult issues of race, ethnicity, and student stress. Here's a look back at some of the notable stories that defined the past year.

Middlebury Dedicates Virtue Field House

January 26, 2015

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.

Language Schools Centennial

July 20, 2015

Over a 10-day celebration of academic and artistic events, Middlebury honored its past and looked to the future of language learning.

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