Students and faculty members are submitting short essays while on a social justice serivce trip to South Chicago.
Conversations on inclusivity are going on all over campus with moderated discussions, lectures, panels, and film screenings.
Middlebury was the only college or university to receive three of the prestigious yearlong travel-study fellowships.
Martha Nussbaum of the University of Chicago shared her thoughts on anger and revolutionary justice.
The Middlebury Institute of International Studies expert spoke with NPR about why analysts are taking North Korea more seriously.
At a Bicentennial Hall reception, nearly 90 faculty and staff members from many disciplines were recognized for work completed in 2015.
The applicant pool of 8,820 is the fourth largest in the College’s history.
The two major literary figures discussed storytelling, dictatorship, and childhoods on opposite sides of the Haiti-Dominican Republic divide.
Middlebury political scientists Bert Johnson and Matt Dickinson discuss the latest developments in the presidential primary.
Over the course of three days, 17 scholars presented research and findings on the politics and culture of food systems today.