Larry Childs ’81 recalls the dawn of a food movement at Middlebury.
The School of English's three campuses are in Santa Fe, New Mexico; Ripton, Vermont; and Lincoln College at the University of Oxford in England.
This summer, the School of French will mark its 100th year and the Chinese School its 50th.
Professor Glen Andres talks about the iconic building that has served as a community gathering place for generations of Middlebury students, faculty, and staff.
More than 2,000 alumni, family, and friends returned to Middlebury for reunion 2016.
A trustee since 2003, Parizeau was elected chair at the board of trustees' spring meeting.
Middlebury celebrated four employees for on-the-job excellence at the annual staff recognition reception at Crossroads Cafe.
Emmet Norris '18 and Milo Stanley '17 constructed a model of the poet's chair to be placed in the historic Robert Frost cabin in Ripton, Vermont.
The Middlebury Museum of Art is part of a group of museums that will jointly acquire and share ownership of digital, interactive, and new media works.
In an interview with USA Today, Sophie Vaughan ’17 tells about conditions at the Idomeni camp just before its closing.