"Body and Earth," the first major project of the Digital Liberal Arts initiative, offers seven "web-based somatic excursions" of dance and movement for any experience level.
A Harvard professor with expertise on women's rights spoke about "The Rei(g)n of Marriage: An American History."
Dena Simmons ’05 offers a meditation on race, equality, and humanity in the fall issue of Middlebury Magazine.
Between screenings of the Oscar-winning film The Imitation Game, scholar Tom Perera, will discuss events that inspired the movie and demonstrate a restored Enigma machine.
All 50 students are safe and accounted for after terrorist attacks.
Priscilla Bremser and four colleagues from around the U.S. are co-editing a new blog to stimulate dialogue among mathematics educators.
Five women and five men spanning the decades from the 1930s to the 2000s were honored at a gala ceremony on November 7.
The editor of Popular Mechanics, Ryan D'Agostino '97, says reporting is a form of "creativity under pressure."
Guest speaker Michael Jeffries admires those who "lay down in the streets" in the struggle for civil rights in America today.
A student from Maine builds a yurt as an experiment in solitude on a bustling residential campus.