The two major literary figures discussed storytelling, dictatorship, and childhoods on opposite sides of the Haiti-Dominican Republic divide.
Middlebury political scientists Bert Johnson and Matt Dickinson discuss the latest developments in the presidential primary.
Over the course of three days, 17 scholars presented research and findings on the politics and culture of food systems today.
Member's of Middlebury's Oratory Now student organization read selected works from New England Review at the Mahaney Center.
The faculty signed off on the curriculm change and approved updates to the Pass/D/Fail policy.
Middlebury's longtime Twilight Artist in Residence talks about his famous role as ‘Officer Clemmons’ on Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood.
The beloved faculty member taught in the Bread Loaf School of English since the summer of 1986.
The Middlebury Institute expert is quoted in the Washington Post regarding escalating tensions between the U.S. and North Korea.
Middlebury alumna Alvarez and acclaimed Haitian-American author Danticat will share the stage on March 16 at Dana Auditorium.
Middlebury political scientists Bert Johnson and Matt Dickinson debrief after Super Tuesday primary results.