The Middlebury School Abroad in Cameroon will be the college's first in sub-Saharan Africa.
Two Middlebury political commentators -- Bert Johnson and Matt Dickinson -- talk about the 2012 presidential campaign, with an eye on the Republican hopefuls.
Field hockey plays in the final four this weekend in Massachusetts, women's soccer competes at William Smith College, and the cross country teams head to Wisconsin for the NCAA title meet.
Relive Homecoming 2011 with photos, videos, and stories that capture the mix of athletic and cultural events during a fall weekend on campus.
Middlebury celebrates the accomplishments of the Solar Decathlon team in the 2011 competition, and the addition to the campus of their award-winning house, Self-Reliance.
Frank Sesno '77 and the Nightly Business Report tour the Solar Decathlon house that was voted number one by the program's viewers. Which house was it?
We take a behind-the-scenes look at Middlebury's Special Collections, home to thousands of rare and unique items, nearly all of which play a role in student and faculty research.
A new interactive map adds facts and faces to some of the college's great sustainability projects.
Glowing leaves, sunshine, and a touch of rain greeted visitors for a weekend of family fun on campus, including a reading by former U.S. poet laureate Billy Collins.
At Fall Family Weekend we asked parents to tell us what their kids wanted from home.
A panel of students, faculty, and parents in the food industry discussed how the proposed new food studies minor would enrich the liberal arts at Middlebury.
Patrick Doherty's temporary installation, "So Inclined," ended a successful four-year run in front of the Mahaney Center for the Arts.