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Symposium events take place Sept. 26-28, and are free and open to the public.
President Ronald D. Liebowitz addressed the Class of 2017 and encouraged them to be conscious of the "less evident but hugely consequential" gifts the college has to offer.
The college will welcome 629 first-year students to campus on Sept. 2 for a week of orientation and exploration.
President Ronald D. Liebowitz sent the following statement to the college community on August 28, 2013.
Students earned master's and doctoral degrees, and CBS News foreign correspondent Clarissa Ward urged graduates to use their language skills as "precious passports" into other cultures.
The two schools will co-host a send-off event in Montpelier before the student teams head to California for the U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon.
At Bread Loaf's 94th commencement, degree candidates David Wandera (left) and Lindsay Coffta delivered opening remarks, and Professor Jonathan Freedman addressed the class.
Students of foreign languages will receive master's and doctoral degrees, and Clarissa Ward, the CBS News correspondent in Egypt and Syria, will deliver the commencement address.
The new eatery will be managed by Sushi with Gusto, a South Carolina-based company that has similar partnerships with other colleges and universities.
Best-selling author and Bread Loaf Writers' Conference faculty member Cheryl Strayed will give a reading Aug. 20. This event is one of many free readings and lectures that the public is invited to attend.
A rich collection of letters written in the 1860s has a Middlebury archivist wondering how today's generation of students will tell its story.
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.