In his inaugural address, Dean of Spiritual and Religious LIfe Mark Orten said strong student interest has created a need for new programs.
Middlebury joined 25 institutions, along with Governor Peter Shumlin and Governor-elect Phil Scott, in signing the document.
Students, faculty, and staff braved chilly, wet conditions to hear what speakers had to say about protecting undocumented students.
It's as if Tarim Contin-Kennedy '17.5 is "in the lab" seven days a week as he trains a red-tailed hawk named "Zeru."
A panel discussion organized by the Student Government Association sought to answer questions about politics and policy following the 2016 election.
At the annual museum purchase party, beautiful art and good-natured competition brought the college and community together.
An estimated 150-200 undergraduates marched through campus chanting "Not my president" while carrying signs and banners.
Matt Dickinson and Bert Johnson wrap up their year of commentary on the presidential election.
Middlebury celebrated the newest inductees during a November 5 ceremony at Nelson Recreation Center.
Stephen Bissainthe '18 expects to use his leadership skills serving as an Army officer overseas.