Find out what life is like at Middlebury by getting in touch with the students who serve as senior fellows in the Admissions Office.
Faculty members offered insight into how students learn during an open conversation on the future of the liberal arts.
Middlebury has offered 1,750 students admission to the Class of 2017.
More than 400 prospective students learn more about Middlebury as their day of decision - May 1 - approaches.
At their May meeting, the Middlebury Board of Trustees approved the 2013-2014 budget and gave the nod to a new environmental school and Hebrew language institute.
Trustees approved tenure for professors Usama Soltan and Mark Spritzer of the Arabic and biology departments.
Watch video highlights from the Solar Decathlon team's spring construction kick-off.
The 9-court squash center will be finished this fall, with the new field house completed in fall 2014.
2013 session of the famous language and culture immersion program starts June 21.
Free performances are the hallmark sounds of summer life on campus.
The Off Broadway sensation with a Middlebury connection has opened its 27th season to rave reviews.
The Bread Loaf School of English conferred master's degrees at all four campuses, including 40 in Vermont.
Middlebury wrapped up its Annual Fund with one of the highest alumni participation rates in the country.
President Liebowitz welcomes class of 2017 at traditional Mead Chapel gathering.
Author of the 2013 common reading, "The Beautiful Things That Heaven Bears," will do a reading and book signing Sept. 25.
New 9-court facility will be unveiled Oct. 26 for Homecoming Weekend.
The Middlebury duo of Brantner Jones and Palmer Campbell won the Small College National Tennis Doubles Championship.
Internationally acclaimed 20-year-old makes his Vermont debut Oct. 29 with Romantic Era program.
The top-ranked U.S. team will play Finland in a free exhibition game Nov. 1 at Kenyon Arena.
Visit a campus landmark, Middlebury's West Cemetery, with History Professor Jim Ralph '82 as your guide.
Middlebury honored four employees at the 2013 Staff Recognition Awards Ceremony, held at Crossroads Cafe.
Dr. Amy Smithson, senior fellow at the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies, will speak at Middlebury's Rohatyn Center for Global Affairs on Nov. 6.
Creator of the provocative "Way Station" sculpture returns to campus for talk on Nov. 7.
Accomplished reporter Peter Savodnik ’94 gave students a look at the future of journalism.
Team Middlebury wrapped up their remarkable 2-year project with a strong showing at the Solar Decathlon competition in Irvine.
Internationally acclaimed Singer Pur will perform music spanning nine centuries, from Hildegard von Bingen to Sting.
A nail-biting win over Trinity and the dedication of a new squash center were among the many high points of Homecoming 2013.
First-year students traveled throughout the region, learning the landscape.
"Undisputed queen of African music" to give talk and perform Oct. 2-3.
Internationally acclaimed pianist Imogen Cooper to perform Thursday, Oct. 10.
The College has a great lineup of events to welcome families this weekend.
Football, storytelling, music, art, dancing, garden tours and much more for Homecoming 2013.
Inspired by The Moth, COCOON will feature live storytelling at the Mahaney Center for the Arts.
Is biodiesel a smart energy choice? Let's get some vegetable oil and find out.
Five student filmmakers won "Best Film" and "Audience Choice" awards at the Sleepless in Burlington festival.
A provocative sculpture has been reinstalled as part of Middlebury's public art collection.
Six outstanding student writers were honored with the 2013 Paul W. Ward ’25 Prize in Writing.
Picture perfect weather and stunning foliage welcomed Middlebury families on a classic October weekend.
Middlebury, one of Phi Beta Kappa's oldest chapters, inducted 11 students over the Fall Family Weekend.
A day after delivering the Fulton Lecture, Angelique Kidjo electrified the crowd in a concert at Nelson Recreation Center.
Angelique Kidjo speaks with Prof. Damascus Kafumbe for the 2013 John Hamilton Fulton Lecture.
Experts from Middlebury and the Monterey Institute hosted this year's Clifford Symposium on translation.
Middlebury's entry in the 2013 Solar Decathlon was profiled in the Los Angeles Times.
During a semester at Monterey, Nate Sans '14 penned an essay for Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists.
Annual Clifford Symposium will focus on translation, Sept. 26-28.
Summer grant winners shared stories from the field at a recent gathering.
More than 600 new students arrived on campus and settled into their new home.
Watch Jonathan Safran Foer's May 26 address to the Middlebury College class of 2013.
The college will welcome 629 first-year students to campus on Sept. 2 for a week of orientation and exploration.
CBS News foreign correspondent Clarissa Ward spoke at the Language Schools commencement on August 16, during which 125 students received graduate degrees.
Commencement ceremonies for Middlebury's summer Language Schools take place in Mead Chapel on Friday, August 16.
Bread Loaf will hold commencement exercises at each of its four campuses in the coming weeks.
Summer on the Middlebury campus is captured in a beautiful time lapse video.
Six-week summer program will emphasize leadership skills and innovative problem solving.
We asked Bread Loaf students to tell us what course they were most excited about this summer.
Behind the scenes at the summer Language Schools, bilingual assistants play a key role in students' success.
Team Middlebury has finished construction on its Solar Decathlon home, InSite.
Middlebury's venerable Bread Loaf Writers' Conference opened its summer 2013 session on August 14, and includes lectures and readings open to the public.
Middlebury has launched a unique fund-raising tool in which donors can become benefactors of student projects.
We captured some of the sights and sounds at the 2011 edition of Alumni College at the Bread Loaf mountain campus in Ripton.
We take a behind-the-scenes look at Middlebury's Special Collections, home to thousands of rare and unique items, nearly all of which play a role in student and faculty research.
The Monterey Institute, a Middlebury graduate school, offers intensive English instruction for international students at Salve Regina University in Rhode Island.
Will Jackson '51, shown with wife, Carolyn '61, has given the College 377 acres of land in Cornwall, bordering the Middlebury campus.
This spring, Middlebury will add a small solar farm (similar to the one in Hinesburg, Vt., shown here) on a site just west of the campus.
Two recent graduates of the Monterey Institute of International Studies have launched a 'community supported fishery' in Monterey, Calif.
The agreement between the two schools guarantees qualified Middlebury students and graduates admission to Vermont Law School.
New master's degree program, the 12th offered by the Monterey Institute of International Studies, will enroll its first students in fall 2012.
In the sixth year of Kathyrn W. Davis's 'Projects for Peace,' three Middlebury student proposals are selected for funding.
Five student teams, all with $3,000 grants in hand from Middlebury's new Center for Social Entrepreneurship, tried to convince judges their projects deserved $2,000 more.
The Panthers earn their first-ever victory in the Directors' Cup, which rewards overall performance in NCAA Division III competition.
We talk with Natasha Trethewey, who returned this summer as a Bread Loaf Writers' Conference faculty member, and was recently named the U.S. poet laureate.
Adrian Benepe '78, former parks commissioner in New York, returned to campus to talk about how an abandoned rail line became one of the city's most popular parks.
The Research Vessel David Folger, named for the founder of the lake studies program at Middlebury, was officially welcomed during Homecoming Weekend. Middmag.com was there.
Learn what it's like to attend Middlebury College's summer Language Schools, on the Vermont campus or at Mills College in California.
Middmag.com takes a look at the new world of scholarly publishing, and the questions academia faces with evaluating digital scholarship.
The trustees approved promotions to associate professor for Lynn Owens, James Fitzsimmons, Eliza Garrison, Nadia Horning, Kareem Khalifa, Catherine Combelles, and Caitlin Myers.
Majora Carter gave the keynote talk at the 2nd annual social entrepreneurship symposium, challenging the Middlebury community to continue the work of Martin Luther King Jr.
Ban Ki-moon delivered an address on disarmament and nonproliferation at the Monterey Institute of International Studies on January 18. See the video of his talk here.
A weekend-long celebration for midyear graduates included gatherings on campus, a Mead Chapel ceremony, and the traditional ski-down at the Snow Bowl.
Experience the traditional ski-down with our midyear graduates at the Middlebury College Snow Bowl.
Middlebury remembers the international philanthropist, whose legacy includes the Davis Projects for Peace.
Student vocalists offer a taste of opera and Broadway.
Middlebury Magazine's team recaps recent goings-on at the College and looks ahead to events on the horizon.
Underdog men's frisbee team rolls over competition to beat top-seeded Puget Sound in championship game.
Capturing a vanishing way of life, Levi Westerveld ’15 drew portraits of farmers near his home in France, then mounted an exhibition in Middlebury.
Middlebury expects about 420 students from 15 countries at its four Bread Loaf campuses this summer.
Find out what student researchers have been up to this summer at the symposium in McCardell-Bicentennial Hall, Thursday, August 1, at 2 p.m.
Spanish film director Carlos Saura received an honorary degree August 10.
Internationally prominent photographer Edward Burtynsky's engaging and provocative works will be on display through April 21.
Summer immersion at Middlebury extends beyond the Language Schools. We visited five labs in Bicentennial Hall and met students and teachers working on advanced scientific questions.
If Middlebury reaches 58 percent alumni participation by June 30, a generous donor will give $58,000 for financial aid.
Listen to Cooper Redpath '14. And check out the complete list of 'How did you get here?' narratives.
Prof. Damascus Kafumbe shares the music and movement of his homeland with Middlebury students.
New institute aims to address a critical shortage of Hebrew language educators.
Middlebury College has committed $5.5 million to local projects including a new town hall, rec. center and park.