Listen to Amr Thameen '14. And check out the complete list of 'How did you get here?' narratives.
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Listen to Addie Cleveland '13. And check out the complete list of 'How did you get here?' narratives.
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Listen to Pippa Stanley '14. And check out the complete list of 'How did you get here?' narratives.
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Listen to Felix Klos '14. And check out the complete list of 'How did you get here?' narratives.
Listen to Aubrey Dube '12. And check out the complete list of 'How did you get here?' narratives.
Listen to Alexandria Jackman '14. And check out the complete list of 'How did you get here?' narratives.
Middlebury's Potomac Theatre Project/NYC is presenting Serious Money, by Caryl Churchill, and Monster, by Neal Bell, during this summer's run at the Atlantic Stage 2 in New York.
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In another video postcard from Middlebury's Language Schools, we ask students why they chose to study Portuguese.
In the first of a series of reports, we hear about 48 hours in the life of a student at the Davis School of Russian.
During crunch time after spring semester, Middlebury Magazine journeys to the heart of the College's recycling efforts.
The farm helps students understand the challenges of producing organic food.
In another installment of our series from the Language Schools, we ask students of Chinese about their favorite characters.
In another installment of our summer Language School series, students from the School of Hebrew read Goodnight Moon.
In another installment of our Language School series, French School students take part in a mock debate, capitalism vs. socialism.
One Saturday morning, Middlebury's student-run bike shop sold off a collection of abandoned bikes. The sale began at 9. At 9:15, all bikes were gone.
Watch a 24-hour slice of life at the Davis Family Library, the academic hub of the campus, during exam week.
In its 2010 competition, the National Science Foundation awarded research fellowships to seven Middlebury graduates.
A student guide takes us through the 2011 edition of the Spring Student Symposium, which celebrates undergraduate research and creativity.
Nine out 16 graduate students chosen worldwide for the 2011 Translation and Terminology Fellowships at the World Intellectual Property Organization in Geneva are from the Monterey Institute.
On September 27, Pulitzer Prize winning novelist Junot Diaz was on campus for a reading, and a lengthy discussion with students about his life and his craft.
At the construction site near the College's Recycling Center, Middlebury's Solar Decathlon Team raised the first wall section for its solar-powered home.
We're following the progress of students at the Bread Loaf School of English who are studying 'A Streetcar Named Desire,' and watching a performance take shape.
Middlebury matched its best-ever finish in the nationwide competition among Division III schools, finishing as the runner-up.
At Commencement for the Language Schools on August 12, Middlebury also presented an honorary doctorate to the Kress Foundation's Max Marmor.
Another academic year got under way with convocation in Mead Chapel, including an address by the president and a tenor solo that became a sing-along.
New center at the Monterey Institute of International Studies aims to educate the next generation of leaders to sustainably manage world's oceans and coasts.
A new FIS-certified 5-kilometer racing trail is among the highlights for this winter at Middlebury College's Carroll and Jane Rikert Nordic Center.
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In her keynote address for the Martin Luther King Celebration, Dr. Maisha Winn talks about how much of Dr. King's agenda remains unfinished.
With the evolving role of digital scholarship a hot topic in higher ed, a pair of Middlebury faculty find themselves at the forefront of the debate.
A story by SI's Alex Wolff examines the recent hoop success of Middlebury and MIT, two top-flight academic institutions now near the top of the D-III rankings.
Film on the political activities of David and Charles Koch prompts a lively exchange among students, faculty, and staff.
As the semester wound down, a group of seniors set up a 'Senior Yard Sale,' to deal with things no longer needed, but too good to throw away. We caught a bit of the action.
At Commencement on August 6 in Ripton, the Bread Loaf School of English also honored longtime director Jim Maddox and faculty member Michael Armstrong.
About 1,800 people -- returning alumni and their families -- were on campus for Reunion Weekend, June 8-10, renewing their connections to the College.
In talks at Middlebury just a few days apart, two diplomats -- one American, one Czech -- share different perspectives on the Arab Spring.
Thirteen titles included those by Mia Martinez, above, in the 100-meter hurdles, and Michael Schmidt in both the 5,000- and 10,000-meter runs.
The men's golf team finished eight strokes ahead of runner-up Williams College and captured the automatic bid to the NCAA championships, to be held May 15-18 in Florida.
Dance performances, musical recitals, theatre events, films, even a concert just for Mother's Day: There's a lot on tap this week at Middlebury's varied arts venues.
Middlebury students and recent graduates have been awarded an array of prestigious fellowships and scholarships.
In a winter term course, climate activist Pic Walker '93 talks with students about bringing a new urgency to the climate issue.
Guest lecturer Jackson Katz told a large audience at Mead Chapel how common language is perpetuating gender violence.
'What? You Don't Take College Sports Seriously?" was the topic for the D.K. Smith Economics Lecture on April 5 by Duke economist and author Charles T. Clotfelter.
At the NCAA ski championships in Montana, Middlebury won the men's slalom title and the Panthers were the top Division III school.
Concert by British artist, in the MCA Concert Hall at 8 p.m., is another in a series featuring works of Schubert, and closes out the 2011-12 Performing Arts Series.
Department of Theatre and Dance presents Caryl Churchill play that explores themes of greed, power, and politics.
The Sound Investment Jazz Ensemble, a student group, is 'Back Home Again' to play at the Mahaney Center for the Arts Concert Hall at 8 p.m.
Three days of events celebrating the music of Johann Sebastian Bach will bring together the town and the College.
Washington Post reporter William Arkin tells a Middlebury audience about the newspaper's investigation into the depth and breadth of America's national security network.
Four seniors share their work as performers and choreographers in a concert April 20 and 21 at the MCA Dance Theatre.
Check out the schedule for the 2012 symposium, which highlights student research, and search the proposals by presenter, title, or department.
The Department of Theatre and Dance presents an adaptation by Jay Dunn '00 of the play that explores the French dramatist's final hours, re-envisioned for the modern stage.
The award-winning group will play music of Tchaikovsky, Shostakovich, and Schubert in a free performance in the MCA Concert Hall on April 13 at 8 p.m.
The Middlebury-Monterey Lecture Series continues: Monterey's Beryl Levinger talks April 10 at Middlebury about lessons learned in a study of the Red Cross and the Red Crescent.
Dristy Shrestha '11.5 spent her last summer before graduation immersed in microfinance, helping a Washington, D.C.-based non-profit address poverty in the developing world.
Four Middlebury students developed a community garden in partnership with students and teachers at the Bronx Academy of Letters.
Commencement speaker Chris Waddell '91, Paralympic hall of famer, and five others receive degrees along with the Class of 2011 on May 22. Full story.
Eighty-eight students from 16 countries graduated on December 10 from the Monterey Institute of International Studies.
Performing Arts Series presents the young U.K.-based group at the Mahaney Center concert hall.
Choreographer and dancer Kyle Abraham explores identity and personal history in 'The Radio Show' at the MCA Dance Theatre, Friday and Saturday night at 8.
Lecture and workshop March 12 and 13 will feature author Jackson Katz, who founded Mentors in Violence Prevention, to enlist men in the fight against gender violence.
The Panther men's basketball team lost to Scranton on a three-point shot at the buzzer, finishing their season at 26-4.
David Darling's 7:30 p.m. recital in the Center for the Arts Dance Theatre is part of a multi-day residency at Middlebury.
Join Writer in Residence Julia Alvarez '71, Dean of the College Shirley Collado, and Aya Gallego '13 in a cross-generational discussion on Latinas, Latinos, migration, and coming-of-age, March 5 at 7 p.m. in Crossroads Cafe.
Scottish musician Steven Osborne will play solo piano works by Ravel in the Concert Hall of the Mahaney Center for the Arts at 8 p.m.
Middlebury College and K12 Inc. create online language learning business and expand language academies.
Ski competition, an ice show, the Winter Carnival Ball and much more are on tap for the 89th edition of Winter Carnival, February 23-26.
Xuefei Yang returns to Middlebury's Performing Arts Series to perform a beautiful concert of works by Bach, Regondi, Brouwer, Chopin, and Albeniz.
We go behind the scenes to chronicle this year's winter term musical production, which involved 45 students, plus faculty, staff, and community members.
The celebration for Middlebury's midyear graduates takes place February 2-4 on campus and at the Snow Bowl.
There's plenty to do at the Middlebury College Snow Bowl each summer, and mowing trails is just a small part of the job.
The Friends of International Students Host Program recently celebrated its 10th anniversary, marking a decade of connections between Middlebury students and the community.
Students, faculty, and staff begin a conversation about the effects of money and class on life at Middlebury, and in the wider world.
Claudia Fritsche, ambassador to the U.S. for tiny-but-powerful Liechtenstein, spoke at an International Studies Colloquium at the Rohatyn Center last week.
During Fall Family Weekend, Billy Collins, the former U.S. poet laureate, read from his work to a spell-bound audience in Mead Chapel.
During Fall Family Weekend, the classics department sponsored its seventh annual marathon reading; this year, the text was Homer's Odyssey.
U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., was among the visitors to the Middlebury Solar Decathlon team's home on the Mall during 'VIP Day.'
Middlebury graduates report on the challenges and rewards of their two years in the Teach for America program.
Middlebury presented awards for leadership and public service to 26 students at the annual event in May.
Check out the new, cool ways that Middlebury is showcasing undergraduate and faculty research.
In a season of unrest in the Middle East and North Africa, a lecture at Middlebury on nonviolent grassroots movements hits home.
Sportswriter and broadcaster Dave Zirin brought his iconoclastic views to Middlebury for a talk entitled, 'Sports and Resistance in the United States: A Political Legacy.'
As telecommunications technology has changed, one thing at Middlebury has remained the same: The first voice that callers to the College hear.
The Big Action Performance Ensemble brings its community-based dance performance to Middlebury's Town Hall Theater on March 18 and 19.
A winter term course, 'Vermont Waters: Maritime History and Aquatic Culture of the Champlain Valley,' included the construction of a simple boat once used by farmers for trapping.
Courthouse in downtown Middlebury will give the Vermont Center for Emerging Technologies a foothold in Addison County.
Allison Stanger, a professor of political science, discusses her book, One Nation Under Contract, on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart.
Middlebury's Proctor dining hall, 'the kitchen with a cause,' exposes students to Asian carp, as an entree and an issue.