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At the conclusion of the 93rd summer in Ripton, Pultizer winning poet Tracy K. Smith addressed the graduates.
Career diplomat John Beyrle, who attended the Russian School in 1975, returns to Middlebury
The public is invited to attend a daily schedule of free readings and lectures.
Ninety-three students will receive a Master of Arts degree and three will be awarded a Master of Letters degree in English.
Vittorio Taviani's career is intertwined with that of his brother, Paolo. Their most recent film, “Caesar Must Die,” won the top prize at the Berlin International Film Festival in 2012.
Eight members of the Middlebury College faculty have been promoted to the rank of associate professor without limit of tenure.
The funds will help ACTR pay for the construction of its Community Transportation Center, which will be located in Middlebury off of Creek Road.
The six-week residential summer graduate program takes place in four locations: Ripton, Vt.; Santa Fe, N.M.; Asheville, N.C.; and Oxford, England.
Continuing a tradition that started during Middlebury's Bicentennial in 2000, President Liebowitz honored two citizens for their service to the community.
Since 1915, more than 40,000 students from all walks of life — including more than 11,000 advanced degree holders — have attended one or more of the Language Schools.
Take a look behind the scenes as the Snow Bowl and Rikert Nordic Center get ready to host the country's top collegiate skiers