The first-ever recipients of grants from Middlebury’s Center for Social Entrepreneurship presented their success stories -- and lessons learned.
Professors Bert Johnson and Matt Dickinson wrap up their year-long commentary series with some surprising insights on the election.
Three women's teams advanced past the first round in NCAA tournament play, football finished at 7-1, and men's and women's cross country move on to the nationals.
When the Dalai Lama visited campus in October, one young filmmaker was accorded special access to His Holiness.
College Professor Alison Byerly says traditional roles in higher education are being redefined with the advent of massive open online courses, or "MOOCs."
The Research Vessel David Folger and its beaming namesake were center stage during a lively dedication ceremony on Lake Champlain.
It's going online, says New York Times book reviewer Dwight Garner '88, who returned to campus for the annual Robert W. van de Velde Jr. '75 Memorial Lecture.
From sports to songs and from panels to parties, Homecoming 2012 offered chances to reconnect amid an unforgettable show of autumn foliage in Vermont.
MiddCORE Immersion is a new summer program that will begin in 2013 on the shores of Lake Tahoe. It is open to students and recent graduates of any college or university.
Erik Greenberg Anjou '83 talks about producing and directing his latest film, "The Klezmatics: On Holy Ground," which was three years in the making.
The busy staff of the Alumni and Parent Programs Office is now located in the Gamaliel Painter House, across from the Middlebury Inn.
Richard Cizik was the public face of evangelicalism in America, until he went on “Fresh Air” with Terry Gross and gave his honest opinion.