MiddCORE, the popular winter term course in which students address challenges facing for-profit and non-profit organizations, now has a project-based summer component, MiddCOREplus.
Margo Cramer '12, a stand-out in track and cross country, is one of 30 nominees nationally for 2012 NCAA Woman of the Year.
We check in with Middlebury alumni in their 70s, 80s, and 90s who continue to push the envelope, athletically.
The College's new research vessel -- named for the founder of the lake studies program at Middlebury, Professor David Folger -- has arrived on Lake Champlain, ready for duty.
Mike Pixley and Randy Benedict: Opening doors at Middlebury for more than 25 years. And keeping them locked, too.
Producer and director Erik Greenberg Anjou '83 talked to middmag.com about the making of his latest film, a full-length documentary entitled 'The Klezmatics: On Holy Ground.'
Richard Cizik, who recently sat in on a class in "Religion and American Politics," was the public face of evangelicalism in America, until he went on "Fresh Air" with Terry Gross.
With the Supreme Court considering the future of affirmative action in higher education, a panel discussion drew a large, vocal audience to McCullough.
The 20th annual Holiday Classic, December 30 and 31 at Kenyon Arena, includes the Panthers, Manhattanville, Wentworth, and Babson.
The annual holiday event, Lessons and Carols for Advent and Christmas, takes place on December 9, with services at 4 and 7 p.m. in Mead Memorial Chapel.
The Performing Arts Series hosts the award-winning quartet for two free performances, a midday recital on November 29 and an evening concert on November 30.
The dance program presents a concert of new works by Middlebury students and faculty November 30 and December 1 at the Mahaney Center for the Arts.
Julia Alvarez '71 reads from her book, 'A Wedding in Haiti,' and talks about issues faced by Dominicans of Haitian descent at 7 p.m. in the Rohatyn Center.
New York Times article focuses on Middlebury professor's work in 'spatial humanities': What did Lee really see at Gettysburg?
The College has established a program in Cameroon, the newest C.V. Starr-Middlebury School Abroad and the first in sub-Saharan Africa.
Middlebury students talk about surviving winter in Vermont -- and why they still wouldn't choose to be anywhere else.
Louis Bacon '79 will give the government an easement on 90,000 acres of land in southern Colorado, to be used as part of the Sangre de Cristo Conservation Area.
Professor William Waldron helped the Middlebury community get ready for a visit from His Holiness the Dalai Lama by discussing the spiritual and temporal role of the Dalai Lama, throughout history and today.
Hurricane Sandy caused widespread damage elsewhere, but Middlebury escaped most of the storm's wrath. As the College responds, you'll find updates here.
Performances of Shakespeare's comedy, directed by Cheryl Faraone, will take place November 15-17 at Wright Memorial Theatre.
NCAA update: Field hockey (in overtime), volleyball, and women's soccer saw their seasons come to an end in NCAA regional competition.
The class that arrived for the fall semester at the Monterey Institute of International Studies is the largest ever, at 418 students. Curricular offerings are also expanding, with three new degree programs.
Gallicantus sings music of the 16th century in Mead Chapel Saturday at 8 p.m. Also this week: Faure's Requiem Thursday in Mead Chapel, and the Martin Luther King Spiritual Choir Friday in the MCA.
A talented and diverse group of musicians takes part in the annual Affiliate Artist Collaborative Concert at 8 p.m. in Middlebury's Mahaney Center for the Arts.
Middlebury students have been pitching in to help Vermont communities hard hit by the flooding from Tropical Storm Irene.
Middlebury takes part in a national day of programming on China, with talks at 6 and 8 p.m., including a webcast with the U.S. ambassador to the People's Republic.
Author Rob Nixon explores the pervasive effects of slowly unfolding environmental crises, particularly on the poor, in the 2012 Margolin Lecture, October 30 at 7 p.m.
British pianist Paul Lewis returns to Middlebury for the finale of his five-concert run featuring the works of Franz Schubert.The concert is at 8 p.m. in the Mahaney Center for the Arts.
A three-day festival of academic, athletic, social and cultural events awaits Middlebury alumni returning for Homecoming Weekend, October 19-21.
A major fund drive is helping Middlebury become the global liberal arts college for the 21st century.
Center in Vienna, a global hub for education and discussion, is managed by the Monterey Institute's James Martin Center on Nonproliferation Studies.
TV producer Shawn Ryan '88 returned to Middlebury to air an episode of his new show, 'The Chicago Code,' and talk with students about his career.
Senior Carlie Crawford and sophomore Daniel Sauermilch were honored at the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival in Washington, D.C.
Alumni and a current student are among those who will receive fellowships during the fifth year of the Middlebury program.
On move-in day, we asked Middlebury first-year students a simple question: What's the one personal 'must-have' item you had to bring with you?
On October 11, Middlebury's C.V. Starr Schools Abroad marked the golden anniversary of a program that now offers classes in Rome, Ferrara and Florence.
Casey Peterson '12 and the '2Big2Fail' crew completed their 10,000-mile journey across Europe and Asia in a yellow school bus, raising thousands of dollars for underprivileged children and women of central Asia.
Roy Heffernan, Middlebury Class of 1978 and chief operating optimist at Life is good Inc., tells students about doing well, doing good, and remembering to be joyful.
Students from Chicago will arrive on the Middlebury campus in the fall of 2012, joining an existing Posse from New York City.
First-year Lok-Sze Leung captured the ITA National Small College Championship, defeating the reigning NCAA champ along the way.
Yes, there were games galore, but Homecoming 2011, October 28-30, also featured lectures, plays, concerts, panel discussions, films, and more.
Jacqueline Novogratz of 'Blue Sweater' fame and others help Middlebury launch the Center for Social Entrepreneurship.
At Homecoming, Middlebury celebrated the 30th anniversary of one of the best football seasons in Panther sports history.
Rebecca Bennette (history), Jonathan Miller-Lane (education studies), John Maluccio (economics), and John Schmitt (mathematics) have been promoted to associate professor.
Charles MacCormack, a 1963 graduate of Middlebury, will spend the next year as an executive in residence at the College.
Members of the Student Emergency Response Team, now in its third year at Middlebury, take their responsibility seriously.
Sophomore Ryan Kim was an interested spectator at Middlebury's town meeting on March 5, which approved a business development initiative he helped design.
Building an ice boat, rediscovering a lost ski area, hiking in the wilderness: Those stories and more emerged from a winter term course on adventure writing.
As part of a tradition that goes back to Middlebury's bicentennial celebration in 2000, the College presented Citizens' Awards to two local residents on June 11.
The Language Schools share some "must-see" moments for the summer ahead in the annual "Top 10" list.
When the first-timers showed up for this summer's Bread Loaf School of English, Emily Bartels, Bread Loaf's director, was there to welcome them.
Diana Ling, a student at the Bread Loaf School of English and now a guest reporter for middmag.com, brings us another in her series of stories on the people and the happenings at the mountain campus in Ripton.
Lectures, concerts, athletic contests, and more are on tap October 5-7, when Middlebury welcomes students' families.
Enjoy a barbecue, listen to music, ride the chairlift, and support good causes October 6 from noon-4 p.m. during the Middlebury College Snow Bowl open house.
The Takacs String Quartet will give its 24th Middlebury concert, including works by Schubert, Britten, and Dvorak, on October 2.
Following up on a student poll during orientation, we asked parents on hand for Fall Family Weekend what their students had asked them to bring from home.
This fall's Clifford Symposium, 'Creativity and Collaboration,' is hosted by the Center for the Arts in honor of its 20th anniversary, and includes more than 30 arts activities and events September 27-29.
"myAMERICA?" is a student-organized symposium taking place September 19-22, using lectures, workshops, performances, and exhibits to explore immigration and human rights.
The National Science Foundation awards Middlebury $1.7 million for a new research vessel.
On September 24 at 7 p.m., a panel of five female athletes will examine the effect that Title IX has had on their lives, and discuss issues confronting female athletes today.
The International Politics & Economics Symposium on September 21, 'From Deng to Dollars,' brings together students, faculty, and visiting scholars.
A panel discussion on campus September 14 examines the impact of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, 10 years later.
Isabel Wilkerson, author of The Warmth of Other Suns: The Epic Story of America's Great Migration, will speak in the McCullough Social Space on September 13 at 7:30 p.m.
During Fall Family Weekend, a panel of students, faculty, and parents discussed how a proposed new food studies minor could enrich the liberal arts at Middlebury.
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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.
Help Middlebury reach its participation goals. Make your alumni gift, of any size, by June 30. You'll help today's students and receive a July e-mail surprise, guaranteed to make you smile.
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.