We spent a day with students learning about the complex systems of modern farming at Essex Farm on Lake Champlain.
Middlebury political scientists Bert Johnson and Matt Dickinson analyze the presidential campaign.
On the anniverarsary of her arrival, we sat down with President Laurie Patton to take stock of her first year and to look at what's ahead.
The cartoonist and director discussed the unlikely path of Fun Home from graphic memoir to Broadway hit.
Middlebury will focus on language study through its School of Hebrew.
Larry Childs ’81 recalls the dawn of a food movement at Middlebury.
The School of English's three campuses are in Santa Fe, New Mexico; Ripton, Vermont; and Lincoln College at the University of Oxford in England.
This summer, the School of French will mark its 100th year and the Chinese School its 50th.
Professor Glenn Andres talks about the iconic building that has served as a community gathering place for generations of Middlebury students, faculty, and staff.
More than 2,000 alumni, family, and friends returned to Middlebury for reunion 2016.