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 Site Editor Log On Home » Offices & Services » Administration » Office of Communications and Marketing » MiddNews » Midd News 2010 » November 2010 The governor becomes a teacher November 4, 2010 – Vermont Governor Jim Douglas, a 1972 graduate of Middlebury, will teach and serve as a student mentor when his term of office ends in January. Picking up Butch goes national, again! November 17, 2010 – Since 1960, Middlebury athletes have gone to the home of Richard "Butch" Varno to take him to football and basketball games. See ESPN's latest take on the "Picking up Butch" tradition. Middlebury captures Quidditch World Cup in Big Apple November 17, 2010 – The Quidditch World Cup moved from the Middlebury campus to New York City this fall, but Middlebury kept its winning streak alive, capturing a fourth straight title. Pet-friendly Midd joins national trend November 17, 2010 – Many colleges are now allowing pets in the dorms as a way to help students adjust to life away from home. At Middlebury one of the best-known pets on campus is a furry rabbit named Fugu. Tales from the crypt November 15, 2010 – West Cemetery beckons. It's the final resting place for some of the College's most familiar names. So we let historian Jim Ralph '82 be our guide. Game day at Alumni Stadium November 17, 2010 – There's nothing quite like a football game at Alumni Stadium. Click "Read More" for the sights and sounds of a fall afternoon on the gridiron, and a few surprises, too. What's next for your computer? November 17, 2010 – The College owns about 3,000 computers and most of them last four or five years. Where do they go when their days are done? At the movies with Antonio Macia '00 November 17, 2010 – With memories of Sundance still fresh in his mind, screenwriter Antonio Macia, Class of 2000, talks about his latest film Holy Rollers, which premiered at the Colorado film festival earlier this year. "Those were the days..." November 17, 2010 – Meandering trips down memory lane don't always make for great stories. Unless, of course, they involve John Hunisack, a rental car, and a 40-pound bronze sculpture. Five things we love about MiddLab November 18, 2010 – Check out the new (and cool) way Middlebury showcases undergrad and faculty research at www.middlebury.edu/middlab. MMLA partners with Roger Williams U. for new site, new language November 10, 2010 – Roger Williams will be the newest Middlebury-Monterey Language Academy site and the first one to offer a program in Italian.