Historical geographer Anne Kelley Knowles is having a banner year. First she won an American Ingenuity Award; now she's the subject of a profile in Smithsonian Magazine.
The Old Stone Mill in Frog Hollow gives students space to explore their ideas, from designing clothes to providing hair care for women of color.
After she was injured, Kelly Brush Davisson '08 started raising funds to buy adaptive sports equipment for other disabled athletes.
The College needs your support (and perhaps you could use another tax deduction) by December 31 to reach the goal of 58 percent alumni participation.
Biodiesel burns cleaner than regular diesel, but is it truly a smart energy choice? Prof. Jeff Byers and 14 first-year students are figuring that out.
The Schools Abroad will open a program in its 16th country, India, in the fall of 2013. While the language of instruction will be English, all students will study intensive Hindi.
Students say that Midd's "other" summer immersion program -- undergraduate research -- is "part data collection, part discovery, part imagination, and part sweat."
Two grads and a current student are exploring the business side of producing local foods with an eye toward improving profits for farmers.
Field hockey standout Lauren Greer has been named the Division III national player of the year by the National Field Hockey Coaches Association.
Documents relating to the College's history from its founding to the early 1900s are now just a click away, thanks to a gift from Judith Tichenor Fulkerson '56.