The 2016 International Politics and Economics Symposium included a focus on marijuana legalization in Vermont and the nation.
Jacqueline Royster, dean of liberal arts at Georgia Tech., offered her take on the future of liberal arts.
A small research team harnessed their interests in linguistics and computer programming to create an online song lyric generator.
Professor of History Jim Ralph guides us through some of the highlights of West Cemetery, adjacent to campus, accompanied by pinhole photography by Mario Morgado.
In an essay for Vox, Professor Jason Mittell describes the strategy that could be driving Donald Trump's counterintuitive behavior on the campaign trail.
Middlebury political scientists Matt Dickinson and Bert Johnson analyze the presidential campaign.
Topics range from drug policy to marijuana legalization and addiction.
A student-run nonprofit hopes to change the food system by selling fresh food at deep discounts to the local community.
Beriah Green championed equality at a time when it was an unpopular idea.
Lynne Olson delivers the Charles S. Grant Memorial Lecture and links the rhetoric of 2016 to the discourse of 1940.