The Gensler Symposium on "Punishing Bodies: Feminist Responses to the Carceral State" will be held April 13-17 at Middlebury College.
The Middlebury Board of Trustees has approved an increase of 3.9 percent for annual undergraduate tuition, room and board charges.
A vice chair of the Democratic National Committee and regular network commentator, Brazile may be one of the most recognizable personalities in politics today.
Naming of the department is a testament to the centrality of the classics in the liberal arts and the esteem in which Eve Adler was held.
Second-year student student is remembered for his keen intellect and close friendships.
President Ron Liebowitz informed the campus community about the death of second-year student Nathan Alexander.
The ninth Spring Symposium, April 9-10, will feature work by more than 300 students in nearly every academic discipline.
Award-winning author, journalist, and television analyst Jonathan Alter gave the annual van de Velde lecture on April 2.
The campus joined together to listen, watch, and talk about the significance of the 50th anniversary of the Selma-to-Montgomery march.
Two gifts totaling $6 million will strengthen ties between academic departments and Middlebury Language Schools and Schools Abroad.