Human beings are constantly exploring new frontiers. Environmentalist Bill McKibben wonders if it's time to rein in some of that ambition.
Middlebury's newly announced 17th president made appearances at events throughout the day, greeting hundreds of faculty, staff, and students.
On Nov. 18, the Board of Trustees named Laurie L. Patton, dean of Duke University's Trinity College of Arts and Sciences, as Middlebury's next president.
Middlebury alumna and Writer in Residence Julia Alvarez ’71 spoke with Vermont Public Radio about her unique brand of activism.
The noted environmentalist will talk about the Tower of Babel and its connection to issues facing colleges today.
In the fiscal year that ended June 30, 2014, Middlebury saw its endowment post a return on its investments of 16.5 percent.
Twenty-one hundred acres in the Green Mountains will remain with Middlebury College in perpetuity, thanks to conservation philanthropist Louis Bacon '79.
How an innovative partnership between the College and town is boosting the local economy. (Middlebury Magazine)
With a thrilling last-minute win over top-seeded Bowdoin, the Panthers now look ahead to hosting the NCAA regionals.
The Burlington Free Press traces the origins of the massive grassroots climate movement 350.org, which began in a Middlebury classroom.