Twenty-three undergraduates spent eight days in Chicago learning about race, religion, poverty, the arts, and the social justice issues of our time.
More than 300 students are expected to participate in the April 15 celebration of scholarship and creativity.
A South Asian studies scholar, Packert will continue her research on a Swaminarayan Hindu sect based in Gujarat, India.
The physics major from Wayland, Massachusetts plans to pursue a Ph.D. in physical oceanography and eventually teach college physics.
Report is in response to two Congressional committees that asked 56 private colleges for information about their endowments.
The former longtime Chicago Sun-Times photojournalist captured iconic images of famous figures, including Muhammad Ali and Nelson Mandela, as well as scenes of life in Chicago.
The Silicon Valley thought leader will help launch an institution-wide conversation about Middlebury's future.
The Middlebury political scientist speaks about the ethics of voting strategically, rather than for the candidate one prefers.
Professor of History Jim Ralph is one of the edtiors of "The Chicago Freedom Movement," which depicts the impressive legacy of a civil rights effort previously viewed as ineffective.
The consortium, sponsored by the Institute for International Education, aims to assist refugees whose educations have been disrupted by war.