Highlights of the Warhol portrait exhibition on display at the Middlebury College Museum of Art.
At the College's first conference on sophomores, students will discuss professional opportunities specific to their major with faculty and more than 35 alumni from a wide variety of industries.
The event will feature keynote speakers Jennifer Staple-Clark, founder and CEO of Unite for Sight, and Dr. Mitch Besser, founder and medical director of mothers2mothers.
Professor of Political Science Erik Bleich, currently on academic leave in Lyon, France, reflects on what the Charlie Hebdo massacre may mean for France's Muslim population.
A Middlebury astrophysicist, Eilat Glikman, is at the forefront of new research about a pair of supermassive black holes that could, someday, collide.
The board of trustees has promoted faculty members in anthropology, German, and sociology to the rank of associate professor.
Guardian reporter Fred McConnell says Middlebury's summer immersion program jump started his language learning after years in a traditional classroom.
The new visual and naming system will clarify the relationships among Middlebury's academic entities.
The Middlebury College Museum of Art will display 10 new Andy Warhol prints, a gift from the Warhol Foundation, from Jan. 6-April 19.
Political Science Prof. Matthew Dickinson reflects on Mario Cuomo's legacy and his retreat from what seemed like an inevitable run for the presidency.