Students interpret a question about whether America is working in a variety of ways.
The fellows teach courses ranging from Cinema in a Globalizing World to Gender, Adolescents, and Violence.
Ross will begin her work as Middlebury's first in-house legal counsel in December.
The senior justice writer for the New York Daily News spoke before a capacity crowd at Mead Chapel on November 1.
Middlebury's president and religion scholar begins her term at the end of November.
Author and playwright Jim Grimsley discussed his lifelong journey to confront biases he learned as a child in segregated North Carolina.
During a lunchtime discussion about Brexit, students covered topics from “expressive voting” to a spoof of The Great British Bake Off.
The 2016 International Politics and Economics Symposium included a focus on marijuana legalization in Vermont and the nation.
Jacqueline Royster, dean of liberal arts at Georgia Tech., offered her take on the future of liberal arts.
A small research team harnessed their interests in linguistics and computer programming to create an online song lyric generator.