The College's off-campus lab for student creativity came alive recently for a public exhibit of works in progress.
The Community Chorus will perform May 9 in Brandon and on Mother's Day, May 10, at 3 p.m. at Mead Chapel in Middlebury.
Men's and women's tennis and men's and women's lacrosse teams begin NCAA postseason play this week.
Economist and professor Jon Isham says social entrepreneurship is both a term and a concept that resonates with students.
In his blog, "Presidential Power," Professor Matt Dickinson considers the role Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders will play in the upcoming presidential election.
Renowned artist speaks to Middlebury audience about his commissioned work for Terezin Ghetto Museum.
The College's Special Collections and Archives will host materials documenting Vermont's historic marriage equality movement.
The physics department will host two open house nights at the College observatory on May 1 and May 8. The public is welcome.
Sixteen teams from throughout the country will compete in Middlebury May 1-3.
Hebrew-language educators from the United States, Europe, and Israel gathered at Middlebury for a research colloquium on April 19-20.