Jay Heinrichs ’77 writes in Middlebury Magazine that the revival of an old oratory contest at the College could have a lasting impact on student learning.
An increased number of trained specialists will treat injuries, collect evidence, and link survivors to counseling.
The graduation for summer students of foreign languages will take place on August 19 at 4 p.m. at the Mahaney Center for the Arts.
Staff Fest on the McCullough Lawn was a three-hour break from work to enjoy food, fun, and collegiality.
In her latest column for Middlebury Magazine, President Laurie Patton writes about encouraging students to find their voice.
The second annual festival will take place Aug. 25-28 at three local venues.
Mark R. Orten formerly directed the Center for Religious and Spiritual Life at Denison University in Ohio.
Activities are designed to create a strong feeling of community among the students and lay the foundation for success at Middlebury.
Middlebury conferred 50 master's degrees in Ripton on August 6, in addition to the diplomas conferred earlier at Oxford and Santa Fe.
Middlebury's chaplains honor Christian, Jewish, and Muslim texts that are no longer in use at the College.