What would it be like to come back to Middlebury and teach a winter term course? Six grads who just had that opportunity talk about the experience.
Relive the 2012.5 February Celebration with photos, videos, and stories compiled by the Office of Alumni and Parent Programs.
How would you donate $100,000 to charity? Students in a winter term course just tackled that question for real, thanks to a grant from the Once Upon a Time Foundation.
The latest group of February admits have arrived on campus, and they sure did some fascinating things on their semester off.
Longtime editor Stephen Donadio will step down as editor at the end of 2013; Carolyn Kuebler '90 will replace him at the helm of the College's literary magazine, founded in 1978.
Middlebury alumnus Brendan Mahoney '11 created this short, impressionistic video after several inches of snow fell on the campus in early February.
What role should social and environmental issues play in the management of Middlebury's endowment?
Kurt Stager, author of the book Deep Future, visited Middlebury in January to offer a paleoclimatologist's long-term view of climate change.
Majora Carter's model for community renewal takes a neighborhood's asset, such as an empty building or a vacant lot, and uses it to seed economic diversity.
Here is the three-minute video that noted filmmaker and photographer Bridget Besaw produced about the Language Schools last summer.
Billy Parish spoke about mobilizing students against climate change and financing solar projects through crowdsourcing.