There is no limit to the ways that technology can be used to enhance our understanding of great works of literature.
Professor Christal Brown reprises the high-energy performance work that originated at Middlebury Feb. 26-27.
Middlebury political scientists Matt Dickinson and Bert Johnson assess the wild presidential primary on the eve of "Super Tuesday."
Undaunted by the weather, students plan new and traditional events for Middlebury's 93rd annual celebration of winter.
At the Middlebury First Folio Festival, students, faculty, and staff took turns reading from the famous Hamlet soliloquy.
Elana Feldman '17 argues that it is time to act against the illegal killing of elephants in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
In U.S. News, Middlebury political scientist Matt Dickinson explains the complicated role of superdelegates in the Democratic primary race.
In the second part of a two-part series, history professor Bill Hart introduces Mary Annette Anderson, class of 1899.
In the tradition of Public Radio International’s “Selected Shorts,” Middlebury students will read selections from the New England Review literary magazine.
The First Folio Festival attracted a diverse audience to see a 400-year-old book and revel in what it means today.