On Aug. 28 President Liebowitz issued a statement in response to the call for the College to divest its endowment of companies in the fossil-fuel sector.
President Liebowitz addresses the thoughtless act of removing flags from the lawn in front of Mead Chapel.
The Grammy Award-winning singer and noted social advocate will join the campus for two events as this year's John Hamilton Fulton Memorial Lecturer.
It's a scene as old as Old Chapel itself: new students moving into Battell Hall with help from their family members and the residential-life staff.
The College is offering a host of new courses this year from Introduction to Neuroscience to Holocaust in Literature.
Four grant-winning student groups spent the summer on ambitious projects around the globe.
President Liebowitz encouraged the Class of 2017 to be conscious of the "less evident but hugely consequential" gifts that the College has to offer.
This year's Orientation for first-year students included three kinds of trips: Vermont exploration, wilderness experience, and community engagement.
The integral role that translation plays in our everyday lives will be the subject of the annual symposium honoring Nicholas R. Clifford, professor emeritus of history.
Here's a taste of what it was like to spend Labor Day weekend at Bread Loaf with some of today's Middlebury College professors.