March 2015

A New Provost for Middlebury

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As Middlebury’s chief academic officer, Susan Baldridge is working to build connections across the institution.


Bill Beaney Steps Down as Men's Hockey Coach

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The legendary coach ends his ice hockey career with more wins than any other coach in NCAA Division III history.


Middlebury Athletes Win NCAA Crowns in Two Sports

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Alison Maxwell '15 sprinted to the finish line to win the Division III women's mile, while Rob Cone '17 won the men's all-division giant slalom crown.


Octopus in Bi Hall and Recent Grad Attain Near-Celebrity Status

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When an octopus grabbed a waterproof camera and began taking pictures, the startling images went viral.


Writer Looks Ahead to Post-Racist America

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Ta-Nehisi Coates professes that racism does not stem from race; rather that race flows from racism and a need to exploit other people.


Laptops Open in Class? Opinions Diverge

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A roundtable of faculty, students, and staff wrestled with the issue of undergraduates using their laptop computers in class.


Students Bring Literary Journal to Life Onstage

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Middlebury's New England Review and the Student Oratory Society paired up for an evening of literary entertainment at the Mahaney Center for the Arts.


Why He Refused to Serve in the Israeli Army

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Moriel Rothman-Zecher '11 returned to campus and spoke about nonviolence, conscientious objection, and the Israeli occupation of Gaza and the West Bank.


Discovering the Real Joseph Battell

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Historian David Bain takes a fond look at the legacy of Joseph Battell, one of the College's most celebrated benefactors.


College Announces Summer Study Program

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Middlebury expands its summer offerings with four experiential-learning courses at sites around the United States and in Ethiopia.


Registration is Now Open for Reunion, June 5-7

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Make plans to participate in Reunion Weekend, especially if your Middlebury class year ends in a zero or a five.


Bread Loaf School of English Partners with Navajo Nation

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With a grant from the CDC, the Bread Loaf Teacher Network will offer training in digital and literary skills to a cohort of Navajo students.


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