Middlebury and Amherst jazz combos perform at the Center for the Arts to celebrate the 50th anniversary of a legendary jazz collaboration.
A note to the College community from the president on Middlebury's response in the aftermath of Hurricane Irene, including resources for travelers.
Middlebury student-athletes, returning early to campus for pre-season practices, are pitching in to help Vermonters hammered by last week's flooding.
Lotus Lives, composed by Professor Su Lian Tan, will be performed in the Mahaney Center for the Arts Concert Hall September 30 and October 2.
This year's Clifford Symposium, focusing on the nations and cultures of the Middle East, takes place September 22-24 in the McCullough Social Space.
In celebration of Constitution Day on September 17, the College provides information on the Constitution on its website, including online resources and a Constitution reading list.
Middlebury's Potomac Theatre Project, celebrating its 25th anniversary, performs two shows on campus September 15-17, as the kick-off event for the Performing Arts Series.
In Life Stories, an initiative of the Center for the Comparative Study of Race and Ethnicity, people at the College talk about their experiences, particularly on issues of diversity.
For the four students who had been enrolled in Middlebury's School in Japan, things changed forever at 2:46 p.m. Tokyo time on Friday, March 11.
The Middlebury women's hockey team blanked Gustavus Adolphus, 5-0, to take the third-place game at the NCAA Division III championships.
Students focus on translation and interpretation in J-term course, which also highlights value of collaboration with Monterey.
Watch Professor Roman Graf talk about his reluctance to work at a liberal arts college in New England and how we learn from difference.
Week-long student-run symposium, Communities & Justice, includes a talk by Eddie Ellis about his life before, during and after serving time.
Watch Women's Lacrosse Coach Missy Foote talk about the evolution of women's sports in higher education.
Watch Arthur Choo '12 talk about being an activist for diversity and discussions of race in the classroom at Middlebury College.
"Fairfield Porter: Raw," which just opened at the Middlebury Museum of Art, includes about 40 sketches, drawings, and paintings by the American artist.
A message for Middlebury families from the deans at the College about the aftermath of Hurricane Irene.
Here's the annual "Top Ten" list of summer events taking place during the Middlebury Language Schools..
German Musician Hans Hielscher will give a carillon concert on July 29 and an organ concert on July 30 at Middlebury's Mead Chapel.
At its meeting in December, the board of trustees granted tenure to Hedya Klein, Stefano Mula, Laurie Essig, Matthew Kimble, and Febe Armanios.
Listen to Chime Dolma '12. And check out the complete list of 'How did you get here?' narratives.
Listen to Dane Verret '12. And check out the complete list of 'How did you get here?' narratives.
Listen to Shqipnije Bytyqi '12. And check out the complete list of 'How did you get here?' narratives.
Listen to Bobby Joe Smith '10. And check out the complete list of 'How did you get here?' narratives.
Listen to Ken Grinde '11. And check out the complete list of 'How did you get here?' narratives.
Listen to Kate Fisher '11. And check out the complete list of 'How did you get here?' narratives.
Listen to Carl Gayle '12. And check out the complete list of 'How did you get here?' narratives.
Listen to Sheyenne Brown '09 from the Bronx, New York.
Listen to Cedar Attanasio '11. And check out the complete list of 'How did you get here?' narratives.
Listen to Jacqui Parker '10. And check out the complete list of 'How did you get here?' narratives.
Listen to Savant Man Shrestha '13. And check out the complete list of 'How did you get here?' narratives.
Listen to Olivia Grugan '12. And check out the complete list of 'How did you get here?' narratives.
Listen to Molly Shane '13. And check out the complete list of 'How did you get here?' narratives.
Listen to Ele Woods '11. And check out the complete list of 'How did you get here?' narratives.
Listen to Jack Reed '10. And check out the complete list of 'How did you get here?' narratives.
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In the first of a series of reports on winter term 2011, we asked students to whittle their J-term experiences down to five words or fewer.
Dean of Admissions Bob Clagett, writing in the New York Times' blog 'The Choice,' says ACT and SAT scores are rarely a deal-breaker for prospective students.
The Middlebury-Monterey Language Academy, a summer language immersion program for pre-college students, now has eight locations at campuses across the country.
After a harrowing experience in strife-torn Egypt, it's back to school for the five Middlebury students airlifted out of Alexandria.
In another report on J-term, we check out a dinner featuring local foods only, third in a series of four special winter term meals at Atwater.
For 110 mid-year graduates, a reception, a Mead Chapel gathering, and a celebration at the Snow Bowl.
During the break after J-term, five students far from home find some fun on a nearly deserted campus.
A trip to the Snow Bowl or Rikert on the Addison County Transit Resources shuttle is a ski season tradition at Middlebury.
The men's golf team won its fourth NESCAC championship on Sunday, a convincing 19-stroke victory over runner-up Trinity College.
Sheyenne Brown, Class of 2009, recently received a Jack Kent Cooke Graduate Arts Award, which will pay for two years of graduate study in theater at Columbia.
Stephanie Saldana, Class of '99, shared insights from her book, The Bread of Angels, with a Middlebury audience.
Filmmaker Ngawang Choephel will introduce two showings of his award-winning documentary, at 3 and 8 p.m. on October 9 in Dana Auditorium.
A team of student and faculty researchers proposes a land management plan for College-owned forests. Discuss it in MiddLab.
Two days of events in Middlebury marked the opening of a second in-town bridge over Otter Creek.
The Wall Street Journal reports that intercollegiate quidditch, which got its start at Middlebury, is moving its premier event to the Big Apple in November.
Mead Chapel, a campus landmark, looks appropriately spooky as night falls and Halloween approaches.
Halloween pumpkins offer blank canvases for the aspiring artists in the Middlebury student body.
Shadows lengthen on a late October afternoon, a reminder that fall's gray will soon be erased by winter white.
The colors of fall in Vermont dot the Middlebury campus on a late October afternoon.
It's been a year since we launched a redesigned site for Middlebury, and while websites are always, by definition, works in progress, there is much to celebrate.
Learn about the opportunities for learning at Middlebury, in and across a wide range of academic disciplines.
Learn about Middlebury's international focus: students from all over the world, and an emphasis on languages and study abroad.
Learn about the commitment of Middlebury students to environmental causes and sustainability, on campus and around the world.
Learn about the community, both tight knit and diverse, that defines Middlebury College.
Learn about the many ways that students at Middlebury enrich their lives, inside and outside the classroom.
Austin Davis and Sarafina Midzik are among 40 students selected nationwide for fellowships that support a year of travel and research.
The softball team earned its first NESCAC title, and first trip to the NCAA tournament, with a come-from-behind victory.
With three days of performances, May 6-8, Middlebury Bach Festival links College and community.
British pianist offers second in a series of concerts featuring the works of Franz Schubert on May 1 in MCFA Concert Hall.
The Middlebury men's rugby team will play in the Division II national championship game in Pittsburgh on May 1.
Victory: Choices in Reaction, by British playwright Howard Barker, will be performed April 28-30 in the Seeler Studio Theatre.
Middlebury's Relay for Life, the fundraiser that features teams of volunteers running or walking all night to fight cancer, gets under way on April 29.
Support Middlebury's Solar Decathlon Team by taking part in the 5-kilometer Sun Run on Sunday, April 24.
The Middlebury College Orchestra will premiere two works by student composers and perform a piece by a music department faculty member at its concert on April 22.
Terry Aldrich talks about his 36-year career as a coach at Middlebury, which ended with a sixth NCAA title for the women's cross country team.
Middlebury looks to raise the profile of the Rikert Ski Touring Center, located at the College's Bread Loaf campus in Ripton.
If you missed the discussion of service to combat poverty in America in October, watch it all in MiddLab.
In the wake of earthquake, tsunami and nuclear disaster, an update from the School in Japan in Tokyo, and other news from Middlebury and Monterey.
Meet Fugu the rabbit, who shares a Middlebury College suite with four students, and has become a familiar sight on campus.
"The Moth" radio show has inspired evenings of storytelling across the country. Vermont Public Radio aired a report on one such session, at Middlebury.
Students, in examining a sheep's brain, learn that understanding function requires a knowledge of form.
Three Middlebury women confront a key element of their identities, the hijab, in a discussion on campus.
Research by economics professor and his students suggests obesity rates may rise during a recession.
Professor Barbara Hofer talks on the CBS Early Show about her new book on college students and their families.
The Commons system helps develop lasting relationships. See a slideshow at Admissions.
Middlebury has a deep connection to the natural world. See a slideshow at Admissions.
Forty works of art, 14 provocative artists, hundreds of questions about masculinity and sports: It's an exhibit called Mixed Signals, now at the Museum of Art.
Middlebury is undergoing reaccreditation review this year, and the draft of the College's 2011 self study is available for review by the community through April 18.
This year's edition of the Spring Student Symposium, a showcase for undergraduate research and creativity, opens April 14 and runs through April 15.
A symposium at Middlebury, April 7-9, examines issues of race, ethnicity and the environment.
The men's basketball team fell to St. Thomas, 59-57, in the NCAA Division III semifinal, ending their season at 28-2.
Part of the Meet the Press series, Jay Allison's lecture, 'The Power of Telling Something True,' is in Bicentennial Hall 220 at 4:30 p.m.
Gary Hirshberg, who received an honorary degree from Middlebury, talks about organic vs. genetically modified food at Bicentennial Hall 216 at 12:30 p.m.
Ireland's national theatre presents 'Terminus,' written and directed by Michael O'Rowe, at Wright Memorial Theatre.
Acclaimed young cellist Sophie Shao returns to the CFA Concert Hall on March 4 to perform a piano trio program featuring works by Schubert, Ravel, and Brahms.
Professor Barry Olsen from Monterey discusses 'Multilingual Communication in a Globalized World: Why English Isn't Enough' at 4:30 p.m. in Robert A. Jones '59 House.
A student-run symposium, beginning February 27, examines inequality and innovation in the American justice system.
Performance by rising star Nathan Laube celebrates the 40th anniversary of the installation of the Gress-Miles organ in Middlebury's Mead Chapel.