Our regular roundup of Middlebury people in the news.
Students in the Winter Term course titled Jewish Humor: No Joke learned how to analyze jokes in the context of theories about humor.
The charter group included three men and two women covering a span of nine decades in eight different sports.
The PSAs, most of which are videos, focus on the importance of getting tested for HIV.
The annual celebration, January 30–31, will include the President's Reception, Mead Chapel ceremony, and the traditional ski down in academic regalia at the Snow Bowl.
More than 600 people turned out to celebrate the dedication of Virtue Field House. Later the College inducted its first class to the Athletics Hall of Fame.
Students are working with campus horticulturalist Tim Parsons to plan for the arrival of the devastating emerald ash borer, which will put as many as 200 campus trees at risk.
Middlebury will dedicate its new Virtue Field House and induct its first class of members into the Athletics Hall of Fame.
Middlebury student Armel Nibasumba ’16 checks in from his J-term course in Rwanda.
A visiting scientist took issue with the FAA's lack of action to control domestic drone use, and revealed chilling facts about how the U.S. is using drones in foreign airspace.
William Potter, director of the Middlebury Institute's Center for Nonproliferation Studies, was awarded the Order of Bernardo O’Higgins, the Chilean government's highest honor conferred on non-Chileans.