In the tradition of Public Radio International’s “Selected Shorts,” Middlebury students will read selections from the New England Review literary magazine.
The First Folio Festival attracted a diverse audience to see a 400-year-old book and revel in what it means today.
This year the College ranked sixth among small schools, with 12 alumni currently volunteering worldwide.
The master actress and dramaturg will deconstruct and conjure Shakespeare’s most famous female characters in shows on Feb. 20 and 21, followed by book signings.
Open to everyone, the festival will include Renaissance music, live performances, and gallery talks in celebration of Shakespeare's First Folio on display in the museum.
Politicial scientists Matt Dickinson and Bert Johnson compare notes after lengthy tours on the campaign trail with the candidates.
James Rondeau ’91 is the fourth Middlebury graduate currently leading a major American cultural institution.
In the first of a two-part series, Professor William Hart describes the fascinating life of Martin Henry Freeman, a member of the class of 1849.
The admitted students were chosen from a pool of 318 applicants.
Perched on the western ridge of campus, the 158-bed residential complex will be ready for students in the fall of 2016.