Return to Offices & Services College Communications communicationsmarket.jpg MiddNews (hidden) Midd News 2010 December 2010 November 2010 October 2010 September 2010 July 2010 MiddNews 2011 MiddNews 2012 MiddNews 2013 MiddNews 2014 MiddNews 2015 MiddNews 2016 Read the latest Middlebury Magazine Site Editor Log On Home » Offices & Services » Administration » Office of Communications and Marketing » MiddNews » Midd News 2010 » December 2010 Marking a hockey milestone December 16, 2010 – The College will celebrate the 50th anniversary of the legendary 1960-61 men's hockey team during Hockey Alumni Weekend, January 14-16. College establishes two new professorships December 16, 2010 – Jane Chaplin, classics, and Ray Coish, geology, have been named to the chairs, which honor James Armstrong and the late Robert Churchill Season of giving December 16, 2010 – Follow this link to some of our favorite images of Middlebury, which you can download individually or use as a screen saver. A big, beautiful idea December 16, 2010 – A Vermont cartoonist helps tell the story of a student whose vision for a giant mural on the back of Wright Memorial Theatre came to life this fall. Women's cross country captures NCAA title December 16, 2010 – The Middlebury women's cross country team won its sixth NCAA crown, in the final meet for retiring head coach Terry Aldrich. Lecture series renamed to honor Carol Rifelj December 1, 2010 – The annual faculty lecture series will preserve the memory of a beloved professor of French. Night and day at 51 Main Street December 16, 2010 – Find out what all the buzz is about at 51 Main, the College's downtown restaurant and night spot. Nordic skiing without the snow December 14, 2010 – You have probably seen them go by. Dressed in tights, helmets, and orange safety vests, it’s the Middlebury College cross-country ski team on roller skis. Local foods galore at Weybridge House December 14, 2010 – One evening each fall the students living at Weybridge House throw open their doors and welcome the College community to a locavore feast. Washington Post reviews Jay Parini's new book December 16, 2010 – The novel "The Passages of H.M." paints a portrait of Herman Melville's life and travels. The Post calls it a "thoughtful re-imagining of the man who remains America's Milton."