About 110 students, faculty, and staff attended a program of celebration and reflection in honor of Martin Luther King Jr.
In a Bicentennial Hall neuroscience lab, students are studying the underpinnings of a physical response shared by all humans.
Sonya Renee Taylor, founder of The Body Is Not an Apology, spoke at Wilson Hall for Alumni of Color Weekend and Martin Luther King Jr. celebration.
The curator of a thrilling new exhibition at the Middlebury Museum of Art explains the allure of the ancient monument in Athens.
The events will include a keynote address, a multifaith service, a community breakfast, and a day of service.
We asked students to tell us what they were most looking forward to as winter term 2017 begins.
The annual listing highlights up-and-coming professionals across 20 categories.
Snyder’s piece discusses the dangers of homogenizing easily translated literature.
From his 35 years of service to Middlebury, Spencer is remembered for his intellect, humor, and an emphasis on public speaking.
Middlebury Magazine offers a portrait of the beloved emeritus English professor.