A new idea in fund-raising gives students the boost they need to bring their projects to fruition, and attracts new donors to Middlebury.
August 25-28, you can spend four days at Middlebury's beautiful Bread Loaf campus with some of the College's most inspiring teachers.
President Ron Liebowitz and Dean of the College Shirley Collado presented students with awards for their leadership roles, on campus and off.
The annual Gordon C. Perine '49 Alumni Golf Tournament will be held at the College's Ralph Myhre Golf Course September 9 and 10.
What’s it like to read a Pulitzer Prize-winning play, study it with a legendary drama professor and then see it performed by Equity actors, all in six weeks?
James R. Keyes '71 has served as a Middlebury trustee and as a member of the board of the alumni association.
Middlebury grads from the Class of 2009 talk about the challenges and rewards of their time with Teach For America.
Reunions are about recalling old times and creating new memories. When 1,300 alumni returned to Middlebury in June, one roving observer encountered a few surprises.
Meet Toni Stone, the ballplayer who replaced Hank Aaron in the Negro Leagues, courtesy of author Martha Ackmann, MA English ’79.
Middlebury’s urban forest received the coveted Tree Campus USA designation from the Arbor Day Foundation. A walk with horticulturist Tim Parsons reveals a few reasons why.
Middlebury matched its best-ever finish in the nationwide athletic competition among Division III schools, finishing as the runner-up.