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Twelve Fulbrights for Middlebury

May 14, 2014

Nine seniors and three alumni combine to give the College the largest group of Fulbright Award recipients ever.

Reunion, June 6-8

May 13, 2014

Where else can you march in a parade, re-connect with friends, sing songs, watch fireworks, and dance the night away? At Reunion, of course.

Reverse Culture Shock

May 14, 2014

For some students who study abroad, the most difficult part comes at the end of the journey when they return to Middlebury.

Midd Alumnus Earns Pulitzer Prize

May 14, 2014

A reporter for the Colorado Springs Gazette, David Philipps, Class of 2000, won the top prize in journalism for his series on the mistreatment of wounded veterans.

Hauschka's Secret to Success

May 14, 2014

The Seattle Seahawks' kicker, Steven Hauschka '07, returned to Middlebury in April to talk about winning the Super Bowl and reveal how he deals with pressure.

Astronomy Welcomes New Experts

May 12, 2014

The stars have aligned. Middlebury has a new assistant professor teaching astronomy and a new telescope specialist to run the Observatory.

In the Heart of Fracking Country

May 13, 2014

Students spent a week in rural Pennsylvania to humanize the social, political, and environmental dimensions of hydraulic fracturing for natural gas.

Reflections on the 2014 Gensler Symposium

May 13, 2014

Visiting scholars, slam poets, and a "Guerrilla Girl" explored the topic "Sexual Straightjackets and Queer Escapes" with Middlebury students and faculty.

There's More in the News Room

May 14, 2014

An economics professor wins a top prize in Russia, students are recognized for exemplary service and leadership, and preservationists admire Glenn Andres's new book. It's all in our online News Room.