The general public is invited to attend a daily schedule of free readings and lectures.
As part of the Fellows in Narrative Journalism series, Zeke Caceres ’15 describes his path from the Dominican neighborhood of Washington Heights, NY to Middlebury, Vermont.
With paying internships in short supply, the College has released $453,000 to help its undergraduates explore careers and expand their networks.
National media outlets often turn to Middelbury experts for comment or opinion on important news stories.
The public is welcome to view the night skies through the College's telescopes on three evenings in July and two in August.
Twelve Middlebury students will join the professional company in acting and crew roles.
Undergraduate researchers are enjoying the benefits of this highly powerful new scope.
Annual award created by Professor Emeritus Rudolf K. Haerle, Jr., recognizes leadership, attitude, stewardship, and community service.
The third annual Center for Social Entrepreneurship Forum at Bread Loaf attracted more than 120 educators, including secondary school teachers.
Douglas Anderson, of Town Hall Theater, and David Brynn, of Vermont Family Forests Foundation, are recipients of the 2014 McCardell Citizen's Award.