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 MiddNews 2016 Read the latest Middlebury Magazine Site Editor Log On Home » Offices & Services » Administration » Office of Communications and Marketing » MiddNews » MiddNews 2013 » May 2013 Students Voice Opinions about Divestment May 15, 2013 – Should Middlebury divest its endowment of holdings in the fossil fuel industry? Here's what students are saying. The Biblical Argument Against Kings May 14, 2013 – For the John Hamilton Fulton Lecture, a young Harvard professor explored the origins of America’s turn to a republican form of government. A Culture for Excellence in Athletics May 14, 2013 – A veteran sportswriter at the Burlington Free Press went behind the scenes to find out why Middlebury is so successful in athletics. Brain Power in Action May 14, 2013 – More than 350 students shared the fruits of their research at the seventh annual Spring Student Symposium. The Enigma of Alan Turing May 14, 2013 – Professor Michael Olinick discussed the scientist who broke Germany’s codes during World War II and pioneered the study of computer science, before his sudden death in 1954. Middlebury's Position on the Natural Gas Pipeline May 15, 2013 – President Liebowitz issued a statement on May 6 reaffirming the College's support for extending the pipeline another 41 miles from Colchester, Vt., through Chittenden and Addison Counties. Join Us for Reunion, June 7-9 May 15, 2013 – Reunion 2013 is just three weeks away. Here's everything you need to know about registration, lodging, schedules, special events, and more. Students Earn National Fellowships and Scholarships May 14, 2013 – Middlebury students have earned post-baccalaureate fellowships from the Watson, Fulbright, Keasbey, and Truman Foundations, and from the U.S. Department of State. The Conundrum of Jewish Identity May 14, 2013 – An American studies scholar delivered the Hannah A. Quint Lecture in April and said that changes in society in the 1960s and 1970s enabled Jews to "rise to extraordinary influence and conspicuousness."