Return to Offices & Services College Communications communicationsmarket.jpg MiddNews (hidden) Midd News 2010 MiddNews 2011 MiddNews 2012 MiddNews 2013 August 2013 December 2013 November 2013 October 2013 September 2013 January 2013 February 2013 March 2013 April 2013 May 2013 June 2013 July 2013 MiddNews 2014 MiddNews 2015 Read the latest Middlebury Magazine Site Editor Log On Home » Offices & Services » Administration » Office of Communications and Marketing » MiddNews » MiddNews 2013 » March 2013 Making College More Inclusive for People of Color [audio & transcript] March 13, 2013 – Dean Shirley Collado and Sheyenne Brown '09 were interviewed on NPR last week about issues surrounding campus diversity. Trustees Set Fee; Hear Students on Divestment March 12, 2013 – The comprehensive fee increase of 2.7 percent for 2013-14 reflects the College's commitment to hold annual increases to no more than one percentage point above the rate of inflation. Drawing on the Wall at the Museum [video] March 12, 2013 – Students in an art history course brought a Sol LeWitt wall drawing to life at the Middlebury College Museum of Art. Sights and Sounds of the NCAA Championships March 12, 2013 – For the fifth time in history, Middlebury hosted the nationals in alpine and Nordic skiing, and the atmosphere was like a collegiate World Cup event. Partnering With The Nature Conservancy [video] March 12, 2013 – Mark Tercek, president and CEO of TNC, was in residence at Middlebury for two days and encouraged students to bridge the divide between business and environmentalism. Small Paintings Tell a Big Story March 13, 2013 – For a European historian like Paul Monod, one of the College museum's most-recent acquisitions is an historical treasure trove. What Humankind Left Behind [slideshow] March 12, 2013 – From the inside of Vermont's granite quarries, photographer Edward Burtynsky has created an art form that is as engaging as it is provocative. Professors Discuss How Students Learn March 12, 2013 – Faculty members offered insight into how students learn best during an open conversation on the future of the liberal arts. Fracking: A Tale of Two Countries March 13, 2013 – Journalist Dimiter Kenarov '03.5 has covered difficult stories, but none more complex than the political and environmental dynamics of hydraulic fracturing. First-Year Student Wins Beuchler Concerto Competition March 12, 2013 – Zitong (Bruce) Jia ’16, from Toronto, won first place by performing a Darius Milhaud composition on the saxophone. Spark a Match! The $20,000 Challenge March 12, 2013 – A donor has offered $20,000 of additional support for students if 2,000 alumni make gifts before March 31.