Middlebury Magazine offers a portrait of the beloved emeritus English professor.
Middlebury Magazine investigates an issue that bedevils our populace.
From Middlebury Magazine: A pilot project conceived and led by Bread Loaf alumni seeks to alter our understanding of secondary education.
Middlebury faculty and distinguished guest instructors will lead classes during the popular four-week term.
Applications up 6.5 percent; students of color represent 28 percent of those admitted.
Jill Sisson Quinn's essay combines two unlikely subjects–her adoption of a child and her fascination with salamanders.
Middlebury revisits a busy year that began with Shakespeare and ended with carbon-neutrality.
A gifted student and M.A. candidate at Middlebury's Davis School of Russian, Madden died in the December 2 nightclub fire in Oakland, California.
Provost will oversee the institution’s finance and budget office, facilities, capital planning, dining operations, information technology, and business services.
A group of students in an environmental studies class interviewed nine local farmers for a project they named CowTalk.