Area high schoolers spent a recent Saturday learning the basics of brain study in the Middlebury neuroscience labs.
Professor Erik Bleich, who studies race and ethnic conflict in Europe, spoke about recent events on the continent.
A student and two faculty members have contributed opinion pieces about the attacks in Paris and their aftermath.
Professor of Political Science Michael Kraus recalls being welcomed as a refugee to the U.S. following the 1968 Soviet crackdown in Prague.
The Middlebury field hockey team claimed its second NCAA Championship with a 1-0 win over Bowdoin.
Ahead of the Conference on Climate Change, Middlebury joined more than 200 colleges and universities in a pledge to demonstrate support for strong international climate action.
Five Middlebury political scientists offered varying perspectives on the ISIS attacks during a recent panel discussion in Dana Auditorium.
"Body and Earth," the first major project of the Digital Liberal Arts initiative, offers seven "web-based somatic excursions" of dance and movement for any experience level.
A Harvard professor with expertise on women's rights spoke about "The Rei(g)n of Marriage: An American History."
Dena Simmons ’05 offers a meditation on race, equality, and humanity in the fall issue of Middlebury Magazine.