Middlebury's expansive new sports facility has met stringent criteria set by the U.S. Green Buildings Council.
Kristin Knutzen ’16 joined an elite group of undergraduate researchers in Washington, D.C. to give lawmakers a look at their work.
Digital learning scholar Gardner Campbell spoke to Middlebury and Monterey audiences as part of the Envisioning Middlebury series.
Middlebury College community packs Mead Chapel to ponder responsibility, reconciliation, and the prospects for nuclear disarmament.
Associate Professor Schmitt sees the study of mathematics as a social endeavor that should be challenging, interesting, and fun.
The College celebrated the achievements of faculty and staff who completed books in 2015.
Tracking down the actual artist of a prized, yet misattributed, painting at the College museum took brain power, determination, and an iPad.
Students, faculty, and staff from Middlebury, Monterey, and other colleges will explore issues of activism and allyship.
Aissatou Gaye will run a project in Senegal this summer aimed at encouraging more youth to participate in that country's economy.
The six alumni, representing eight sports and five decades, will be inducted in November, 2016.