Twelve Middlebury students went to Georgia to work with refugees during the break between the winter and spring terms.
The interdisciplinary course will explore scientific, cultural, economic, political, environmental, and literary dimensions of an increasingly fragile resource.
The small, remote inspection vehicle can relay important data from ducts and steam traps where human access is difficult.
Abundant snow, fun-filled activities, and solo artist Quinn XCII are headlining this year's celebration.
The 99 new ‘Febs’ began their five-day orientation on Wednesday, Febraury 8.
Renovation project increases sustainability and retains historic character.
Students enjoyed a boisterous ceremony at Mead Chapel followed by the traditional ski-down at the Middlebury Snow Bowl.
Nearly half of the Arctic's summer sea ice has melted, says Middlebury alumnus Ross Lieb-Lappen, Class of 2007.
More than 500 people joined a rally outside McCullough Student Center on February 2.
Statement reaffirms Middlebury's support for students, faculty, and staff who may be impacted by the Trump administration's executive orders.