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Armstrong strengthened the College's faculty, academic standing, finances, and infrastructure during his presidency from 1963 to 1975. He was 94 years of age.
Story documents persecution of Egypt's Coptic Christians.
Changes address increased complexity of the institution and new challenges in higher education.
Middlebury's 16th president shares news with community following December Board of Trustees meeting.
The 3-year interdisciplinary grant will connect movement research with traditional scholarship across campus.
The new conference will be modeled after Bread Loaf, and will feature Rick Bass, Jane Brox and other renowned writers.
The new Model D concert grand is a gift of the Rothrock Family in honor of Jessica and Ron Liebowitz.
Political science professor Matt Dickinson discusses the Kennedy legacy on Vermont Public Radio.
A new office in the capital will create opportunities for students, faculty and programs.
Two economics professors look at how prenatal testosterone exposure impacts women's earning potential later in life.