The July 15-19 festivities will include music, art, poetry, fireworks, and a conference exploring the future of language education.
Linnea Burnham and Cathryn Manduca, both Class of 2014.5, will travel the world in pursuit of their individual passions in 2015-16.
Center aims to advance millennial engagement in the emerging fields of social entrepreneurship and impact investing.
Former Vermont Governor Jim Douglas ’72 spoke with students, faculty, and staff about his new memoir, The Vermont Way, in the Abernethy Room at the Axinn Center.
The number of applicants is the second largest in the College’s history.
Employers are looking for grads who can think clearly, communicate effectively, and solve complex problems, irrespective of major – according to one recent study.
Acclaimed author and four others will receive honorary degrees during graduation ceremony on May 24.
The former standout Panther will take over from her former coach and mentor Missy Foote, who retires later this year after 35 seasons.
The musical collaborative of East African artists features performers from the 11 countries of the Nile River Basin.
Faculty, staff, students, friends, and family gathered at Mead Chapel to celebrate the life of a much beloved professor of economics.