The 16th president said: "With its dedicated and committed staff, superb faculty, and outstanding students, Middlebury has never been stronger or better positioned for the future."
He strengthened the College’s faculty, academic standing, finances, and infrastructure during his presidency from 1963 to 1975.
The revisions are in direct response to the increasing complexity of the institution and the changing demands of higher education.
When CBS News needed a guide to the Coptic Christian tradition in Egypt, the network called on history professor Febe Armanios.
A three-year interdisciplinary grant from the Mellon Foundation will connect movement research with more traditional forms of scholarship.
There is no stopping the "food guys" who started a nonprofit to help alleviate hunger in Addison County.
Three student filmmakers have been granted access to one of the nation's most successful D-3 hoops programs to produce a documentary.
The new Model D concert grand was installed at Mahaney Center for the Arts. It was given by the Rothrock family in honor of Ron and Jessica Liebowitz.
The new, weeklong conference will be cosponsored with Orion Magazine and modeled after the Bread Loaf Writers' Conference.
An education studies class screened 12 student-produced videos that explore the very nature of learning.
Fellowships to the Language Schools cover tuition, room, and board, and are open to all language learners. Applications must be postmarked by January 14, 2014.
Stop Traffick organized a riveting symposium titled "Humans: Not for Sale" with journalist Ben Skinner, who has witnessed slavery on four continents.
Matt Dickinson, professor of political science, talks about why Americans are so nostalgic about the late president.