Lea Davison '05, Megan Guarnier '07, and Sarah Groff True '04 are competing in Brazil for the red, white, and blue.
Middlebury political scientists Matt Dickinson and Bert Johnson weigh in on the presidential campaign.
Listen to excerpts from a carillon performance by Amy Heebner ’93.
Free readings and lectures are open to the public.
The U.S. Green Buildings Council awarded the recently renovated building its highest ranking.
Two professors discussed the history of tattoo and how it developed as a popular art form in Japan.
French luminaria artist Renaud Auguste-Dormeuil capped off the festivities with a display of 800 candles representing celestial constellations.
Built in 1911 as a high school, the old building at the edge of campus is now being removed and replaced with a park.
Lever Press, backed by a consortium of 80 colleges, seeks to change the way that scholarly books get to be published.
Immersive learning across the institution was the subject of a midsummer discussion as part of the year-long process called "Envisioning Middlebury.”