Commencement moved indoors for the first time in decades, and novelist Jonathan Safran Foer spoke to graduates about technology and the human experience.
Last weekend's celebration continues with a raft of photos, videos, and remembrances from a wet and wonderful Reunion Weekend at Middlebury.
With its 200-meter indoor track and artificial turf infield, the new Field House is slated for completion in October 2014. But first the Bubble had to come down.
Middlebury's newest crop of fellowship winners is getting ready to head off to far-flung places.
Two members of the faculty, one in Arabic and one in biology, have been promoted to the rank of associate professor without limit of tenure.
From the clean mountain air to the Frisbee dog, alumni tell us the one thing they were dying to experience again at Reunion 2013.
A playwright, a director, and three actors came back to Middlebury for a week. Their mission: to create a brand new play and perform it for fellow alumni at Reunion.
Associate Professor Rebecca Kneale Gould takes us through Thoreau's pencil-written notes in the margins of the author's personal copy of "Walden" in Special Collections.
With a little extra time over his break this past spring, Levi Westerveld ’15 decided to pursue his interest in portraiture.
Every gift counts, especially when Middlebury is so close to earning a generous matching gift. So if you haven't given yet...you know what to do.