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Two student activists from the Vietnam War era and the former dean who tried to keep order on campus took part in a panel discussion called “Middlebury in the 1960s: Student Resistance and Social Change.”


At a White House summit, Middlebury and nine other colleges announced their commitment to increase college access for students pursuing science, technology, engineering, and math.


Medieval and Renaissance studies and the humanities are the focus of the curriculum at the first Middlebury program in the UK.


Environmentalist and author Bill McKibben will join the panel discussion following the screening of Stone's film Pandora's Promise, an audience favorite at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival.


Faculty in the economics, French, philosophy and political science departments have been promoted to the rank of associate professor without limit of tenure.


The January 23-24 event will feature two speakers—The New York Times “Fixes” Columnist David Bornstein and educator Shabana Basij-Rasikh ’11.


The four-week January semester includes 125 offerings such as Musicianship, Swahili, American Sign Language, Paleolimnology or the Films of Stanley Kubrick.


Sponsored by the Samuel H. Kress Foundation, the program will take place August 3-15, and is accepting applications for fellowships.


Middlebury’s signature program for leadership and entrepreneurial skills to be honored by Ashoka.


The renowned author, poet and professor of English's new book is part of Amazon's Icons series. 

February 19, 2014

A rich collection of letters written in the 1860s has a Middlebury archivist wondering how today's generation of students will tell its story.

February 2, 2014

Former Middlebury College kicker Steven Hauschka ’07 contributed a game-high 11 points to help lead the Seattle Seahawks to a 43-8 victory over the Denver Broncos in Super Bowl XLVIII at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey. The kicker became Middlebury's first team sport world champion since 1910 graduate Ray Fisher was a part of the Cincinnati Reds World Series team in 1919.