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Winning proposals include exploration of connections between organized crime and toxic waste; and old-time religion and mountaintop removal.
Vermont campus and Mills College welcome students.
Elizabeth Morrison of the religion department and Jeremy Ward of the biology department have been promoted to associate professor.
"The truth is that all of us here have won the lottery of life. The fact that you are graduating from a great college in America means that you have won the global jackpot. And then the question becomes, how do you go about discharging the responsibility that comes with that? What will you give back and how?" -- Nicholas Kristof
Fulbright, Goldwater, U.S. Department of State, St. Andrews Society, and Compton, among others.
The Initiative will include investments focused on sustainability issues such as clean energy, water, climate science, and green building projects.
New fuel source derived from dairy farm and food waste could bring college close to carbon neutrality.
John and Bonnie McCardell, community partners, and distinguished guests honor 54 students at annual event
At a ceremony on May 6, President Ron Liebowitz announced to members of the Middlebury community that the main library, unnamed since its completion in 2004, would now be called the Davis Family Library, in honor of Jim Davis '66; his wife, Anne; their son, Chris '08; and their daughter, Kassia.
Sparkes and other volunteers at Middlebury receive statewide recognition for outstanding public service
Take a look behind the scenes as the Snow Bowl and Rikert Nordic Center get ready to host the country's top collegiate skiers