Middlebury conferred 50 master's degrees in Ripton on August 6, in addition to the diplomas conferred earlier at Oxford and Santa Fe.
Middlebury's chaplains honor Christian, Jewish, and Muslim texts that are no longer in use at the College.
The Middlebury Bread Loaf School of English, with sites in Vermont, New Mexico, and England, wraps up its 97th summer at Commencement
The annual poster session at Bicentennial Hall is the culmination of several weeks of independent student research with Middlebury faculty members.
Lea Davison '05, Megan Guarnier '07, and Sarah Groff True '04 are competing in Brazil for the red, white, and blue.
Middlebury political scientists Matt Dickinson and Bert Johnson weigh in on the presidential campaign.
Listen to excerpts from a carillon performance by Amy Heebner ’93.
Free readings and lectures are open to the public.
The U.S. Green Buildings Council awarded the recently renovated building its highest ranking.
Two professors discussed the history of tattoo and how it developed as a popular art form in Japan.