A student-designed conference explores the opportunities and perils faced by immigrants worldwide.
The new snowmaking operation at Rikert Nordic Center has enabled the center to operate nearly 10 times as many days this winter.
The College welcomed 99 new "Febs," members of the class of 2017.5.
Middlebury is on track to achieve carbon neutrality by 2016, according to a recent report.
Students explored the zone where studio art and architecture collide.
The Peace Corps has named Middlebury as one of the top volunteer-producing colleges.
A research associate from the Monterey Institute of International Studies used web-based tools to locate two secret missile sites in North Korea.
Enjoy a winter fly-over of the beautiful Middlebury campus.
Students, faculty, staff, and alumni played in a musical dedication of the new Steinway piano at the Mahaney Center for the Arts.
Students and faculty with ties to Kunming shared thoughts and analysis during a panel discussion of the recent terrorist attack.
The Rohatyn Center for Global Affairs brings scholars, practitioners and recent alumni to the discussion table for a conference March 13-15.
At their February meeting, the College's Board of Trustees set what is expected to be one of the lowest tuition and fee increases among Middlebury's peer schools.
New York Times reporter Rachel Donadio, who covered the election of Pope Francis, will speak at Middlebury on April 8.
Professor Andrea Olsen will lead a collaborative performance of dance, music, light, and text on April 6.
Middlebury hosted the annual Stone Soup Summit, gathering educators, growers, producers, and students from throughout the region.
The Middlebury College Community Chorus and the Champlain Philharmonic will join together for two public concerts on April 5 and 6.
Middlebury will host a panel of socially responsible investment experts at McCullough Social Space on April 7.
Distinguished Poet in Residence A. Van Jordan, on leave from the University of Michigan, is teaching a new course, and will give a reading from his works on April 10.
In a program they've titled "Russian Reflections," the renowned duo of David Finckel and Wu Han will play Prokofiev, Shostakovich, Scriabin, and Rachmaninov on April 16.
The annual showcase of student independent research and creative work will include a keynote talk by writer Vendela Vida '93.
David Philipps, an environmental studies major from the class of 2000, has won the 2014 Pulitzer Prize for National Reporting.
The fourth annual Bach Festival April 25-27 includes performances by cellist Sophie Shao and violinist Soovin Kim.
Following an alternative break trip, a group of students recounted their trip to Pennsylvania's natural gas country.
Seattle Seahawks kicker Steven Hauschka '07 returned to Middlebury to talk about his unlikely path from Division III to the Super Bowl.
Eleven Middlebury students from seven countries brought a multicultural flair to Molière's "Le Malade Imaginaire."
Economics Professor William Pyle has won the Russian National Prize in Economics.
Four senior dance majors will present "Reconstructed Notions" at the Mahaney Center for the Arts May 2-3.
The Theatre program presents Sarah Ruhl's Tony-nominated play "In the Next Room (or the vibrator play)" April 30-May 3.
Middlebury in D.C. will host a videoconference panel of Midd alumni discussing careers in the Middle East on May 1.
Rana Abdelhamid, a Middlebury College junior, has been selected for the 2014 Harry S. Truman Scholarship.
Dean of the College Shirley Collado, a national leader in issues of access and diversity, will take a key position at Rutgers-Newark.
At their spring meeting, the Board of Trustees approved the budget and granted tenure to four faculty members.
Middlebury celebrates the Class of 2014 at Commencement, Sunday, May 25 at 10 a.m.
President Ron Liebowitz presented the annual Staff Recognition Awards at a lunch reception in McCullough Student Center.
Renowned for their immersive learning environment, the 10 schools begin sessions in Middlebury and California this month.
Middlebury President Ron Liebowitz presented the McCardell Citizen's Award to Douglas Anderson and David Brynn.
An annual series of multimedia stories produced by the Middlebury Fellows in Narrative Journalism.
Middlebury's graduate program in English opens its summer sessions in Vermont, New Mexico, and Oxford, England.
We asked Middlebury alumni celebrating Reunion 2014 to tell us one thing they had to see when they came back to campus.
The inaugural session of the Bread Loaf Orion Environmental Writers' Conference runs June 9-15 with several events open to the public.
Record numbers of Middlebury alumni enjoyed a spectacular Vermont weekend at Reunion 2014.
Sixty-one members of the class of 2014 were inducted into Phi Beta Kappa.
Beneath sunny, blue skies 517 seniors earned bachelor's degrees at Middlebury's 213th commencement.
Faculty teaching Arabic, philosophy, Portuguese, and theatre have been promoted from assistant to associate professor.
A husband and wife team will share the newly created Chaplaincy Fellow and Muslim Advisor at the Scott Center for Spiritual and Religious Life.
A committee led by trustee Al Dragone, Jr. '78 has begun the search for Middlebury's 17th president.
Middlebury students have earned numerous fellowships, awards and honors this spring. Armel Nibasumba, above, was awarded a Davis Project for Peace grant.
U.S. Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz joined Vermont's congressional delegation at McCullough Student Center to discuss sustainable energy.
The anonymous gift will provide scholarships for study at the Middlebury Language Schools and the Monterey Institute of International Studies.
A record number of Middlebury students and recent alumni received Fulbright fellowships for teaching and research abroad over the coming year.
Twenty-seven students were honored by the Dean of the College's office for their leadership in service to others.
Nineteen faculty and staff authors were honored at a reception for works published over the past year.
More than 350 students presented creative and research works during the two-day annual Spring Student Symposium.
Prof. William Peterson has won the 2014 Perkins Award for Excellence in Teaching. A reception in his honor will be held Thursday, April 3.
Middlebury College has been awarded an $800,000 grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to support faculty scholarship and teaching in the digital liberal arts.
The Middlebury Theatre Department's production of Pentecost has won numerous awards from the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival, including Outstanding Production.
World-class ensemble joins with acclaimed violist Kim Kashkashian to perform Brahms Quintet Nov. 23.
China's most accomplished classical guitarist returns to the Middlebury Center for the Arts Dec. 6.
Political science professor Matt Dickinson spoke on Vermont Public Radio about JFK's real struggles vs. later nostalgia.
The traditional Advent service featuring the College choir will take place in Mead Chapel on Sunday, Dec. 8.
Middlebury's 16th president shares news with the community following December Board of Trustees meeting.
Middlebury seniors Adeline Cleveland and Amy Donahue will perform their choreographic thesis work on Dec. 5-6.
Middlebury's 12th president passed away on December 16 at age 94.
President Ron Liebowitz issued a statement opposing the American Studies Association's call to boycott Israeli academic institutions.
During the immersive J-term, students delve deeply into one course.
Acclaimed pianist will perform a Romantic era program on the college's new Steinway.
Middlebury's Center for Social Entrepreneurship annual symposium features a keynote by NY Times writer David Bornstein Jan. 24.
Middlebury has granted tenure to four faculty members.
UPDATE: Bill McKibben to join director Robert Stone for a panel discussion following screening of Stone's documentary, "Pandora's Promise" at Dana Auditorium Jan. 16 at 3 p.m.
The public is invited to celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day in song, speech, and dance Monday night at Mead Chapel.
Gary Nabhan, a national leader on farm and food issues, will join Bill McKibben in a public talk on Monday, Jan. 27.
In San Antonio for the Final Four, Midd's women's soccer team is gearing up for action. Watch live!
Middlebury's annual celebration of mid-year graduates will take place Jan. 31-Feb.1, including the famous "ski down" at the Snow Bowl.
Damon Hatheway '13.5 interviewed Seahawks kicker and Midd alum Steven Hauschka '07 on Super Bowl media day for Middlebury Magazine.
Alexander Melnikov's performance will feature Shostakovich Preludes and Fugues.
Founder and Executive Director of the Center for Biological Diversity Kierán Suckling will give the Scott A. Margolin '99 Lecture in Environmental Affairs March 12 at 7 p.m.
Cal Newport, a blogger and Georgetown professor, will give a public talk on March 10 on escaping the cult of overwork.
The acclaimed U.K.-based quartet will play two free public concerts focused on Beethoven March 12-13. SEE WEATHER-RELATED SCHEDULE CHANGES.
The Dick Forman Jazz Group plays ballads, blues, be-bop, and swing February 15 at the Mahaney Center for the Arts.
Dr. Joseph Polisi will give a public lecture, "The Arts, Education, and the Human Experience," on March 1.
The 2014 Spring Student Symposium is coming! More information, including videos and application forms here.
A Middlebury graduate from the class of 1829 rescued the lead character in the film "12 Years a Slave."
A rich collection of letters from the 1860s is being digitized for public browsing at Davis Family Library.
How a pair of students brought a "people's history" of Middlebury to the contemporary college.
A professor's J-term course pushes students to master the art of public speaking.
At the annual Feb Celebration, the College honored 126 mid-year graduates with a ceremony and the annual Ski Down.
Students organized a J-term panel of alums and a former dean to reflect on life at Middlebury during the turbulent 1960s.
The College will expand its relationship with The Posse Foundation, welcoming students pursuing science, technology, engineering, and math.
Today, Friday, April 10, Fortune magazine published a story on its Web site about Middlebury College titled "Hard times on campus: Even elite colleges can't escape the impact of the economic slump. Here's how one New England school is working to stay on top in the face of a smaller endowment, needier students, and the bursting of the higher-ed bubble."
The article will also appear in the April 27 hard copy edition, which will be available on newsstands beginning the week of April 13.
The story discusses admissions and financial aid at Middlebury as well as how the college is handling the budget challenges it faces as a result of the economic downturn. Middlebury College President Ronald D. Liebowitz, some senior staff members and several students were interviewed for the story. A number of photos are included.
A major interdisciplinary grant will connect movement research with traditional scholarship across the campus.
David Edgar's play includes 12 languages and a cast of 23 at Wright Theatre Nov. 21-23.
Middlebury students shared their chemistry knowledge with local kids at the annual Mr. Wizard show.
College team will compete in Department of Energy's Solar Decathlon 2013; 2011 Middlebury team finished in fourth place.
Listen to Iracema Drew '13. And check out the complete list of 'How did you get here?' narratives.
Listen to Joe Ortiz '14. And check out the complete list of 'How did you get here?' narratives.
Listen to Leo Moses '14 And check out the complete list of 'How did you get here?' narratives.
Each summer, Middlebury undergraduates can be found pursuing research projects in collaboration with faculty members and each other. Watch the video.
The latest addition to the C.V. Starr-Middlebury Schools Abroad, the School in India begins offering classes in fall 2013 in Delhi.