A digital learning scholar, Gardner Campbell has helped shaped initiatives at colleges and universities across the country.
Middlebury's 4.7 percent increase for the coming academic year places it near the midpoint among peer institutions.
The return of the Parker Merrill Speech Competition combines a renewed interest in the art of public speaking at Middlebury with the fun of a contest.
The award puts Hasher Nisar ’16.5 among an elite cohort of students seeking careers in public service leadership.
More than 300 students shared their research and creative works with the campus community.
Daniel Etter, who attended the Arabic School on a Kathryn W. Davis Fellowship for Peace, shared the prize with fellow New York Times photographers.
Middlebury expects hundreds of admitted students to visit campus and learn about the College at its annual Preview Days hosted by the Admissions Office.
A panel from the AIDS Memorial Quilt is prompting discussion among students who have never known a world in which the disease was untreatable.
Bill Maris '97 advises entrepreneurial thinkers to consider "disruption at least as much as much as distribution" at event hosted by President Patton.
The five-essay collection explores the enduring popularity of the famous American poet.