Middlebury students spent four weeks learning about constitutional law from U.S. District Court Judge Bill Sessions '69.
Middlebury political scientists Matt Dickinson and Bert Johnson are back with insights on the 2016 presidential campaign.
‘Feb’ festivities will include an academic procession, Mead Chapel ceremony, and the beloved spectacle known as the "Ski-Down."
The First Folio—the first complete collected edition of Shakespeare’s plays—will be on display at the Middlebury College Museum of Art February 2-28.
Now in his 32nd year at Middlebury, Smith has more than 800 games to his credit.
Biathlete Ted Grace ’18 stepped away from his biochemistry and molecular biology studies this J-term to focus on adventure writing.
Students in Allison Stanger's Crisis Diplomacy course had a discussion and critique with Richard Haass, president of the Council on Foreign Relations.
Currently at Morehouse College, Miller will begin working at Middlebury in April, 2016.
Faculty members in the German, Spanish, and sociology/anthropology departments were promoted to the rank of associate professor.
President Laurie Patton will accept the award on behalf of Middlebury at the Harvard Kennedy School in February.