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Guerrilla Girl "Frida Kahlo," visiting scholars, slam poets, students, and Middlebury faculty participated in the five-day, interdisciplinary event.
Middlebury professor's paper earns one of the most prestigious awards for research on the Russian economy.
Diversity and language lifted a group of student-actors beyond their original goal, with Professor of French Charles Nunley at the helm.
The Seattle Seahawks placekicker, Steven Hauschka '07, returned to Middlebury to talk about stress, winning the Super Bowl, and his "welcome to the NFL" moment.
Middlebury features prominently in an investigative article looking at the roots of student activism against fossil fuel investment in college and university endowments.
A group of students interested in the economic, social, and environmental issues of energy production traveled to Pennsylvania's natural gas country to learn more.
David Philipps '00, a reporter for the Colorado Springs Gazette, won the distinguished award for his three-day investigative series on mistreatment of wounded soldiers returning from war.
Since it began in December 2012, C3 has launched undergraduate and postdoctoral fellowship programs, and strengthened ties with graduate student communities at UC Berkeley and Columbia.
More than 350 students presented creative and research works during the two-day annual Spring Student Symposium.
History-making swimmer and five others will receive honorary degrees during graduation ceremonies on May 25.