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.
The 88th annual Middlebury Winter Carnival, February 17-20, features ski races, an ice show (with amateur and professional skaters), fireworks, music, dancing, and more.
Education Studies spring film series begins with screening of 'Race to Nowhere,' February 16 at 7 p.m. in Dana, followed by panel discussion.
Professor Kateri Carmola's new book delves into the murky world of private security contractors in war zones.
Screenwriter Antonio Macia '00 talks about his latest film, Holy Rollers, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival earlier this year.
Corinne Almquist promotes 'gleaning' to fight hunger in Vermont.
Alexa Warburton studied the ways an octopus learns.
Middlebury names its main library for longtime supporter Jim Davis '66 and his family.
Click the photo above to see an audio slideshow from Commencement 2010; or, read more about the event, and see the commencement address.
Game, set, match: The Panthers defeated Amherst in the national finals to win their second NCAA championship.
Once the first women's dorm and home to presidents, a Middlebury classic is now undergoing a thorough restoration.
One alumnus offers his take on a Middlebury Magazine staple: Class Notes.
Fifty-eight students earned master's degrees at the Bread Loaf School of English commencement on August 7 in Ripton.
Vivian Schiller, president of NPR and a Language Schools graduate, gave the commencement address on August 13.
Here's a look at some of the work, much of it in oppressive heat, that Middlebury teams put in as they prepared for the fall athletic season.
Bill McKibben, scholar in residence at Middlebury, talked climate change with David Letterman on the August 31 edition of The Late Show.
Each fall, to welcome new students, a group of upperclassmen acts out scenes inspired by the first-years' admissions essays.
Images by artist Sabra Field '57 will be used to create a mural on the previously blank east wall of Middlebury's Wright Theater.
There's nothing quite like game day at Youngman Field at Alumni Stadium. Hear the sounds and meet the people that make this a special venue.
Check out the work of Middlebury student photographers from the 14th annual Study Abroad Photo Contest.
Update, 2/1: All of the students at the School in the Middle East in Alexandria, Egypt, have arrived in Prague, and will leave for the U.S. on Tuesday or Wednesday.
The 2011 Dance Company of Middlebury presents "Culture, Cash, and Community: To Have or Have Not," on January 21 and 22 at the Mahaney Center for the Arts.
Award-winning Armenian pianist Nareh Arghamanyan plays Rameau, Brahms, Rachmaninoff, and Liszt in the CFA Concert Hall on Friday, January 21, at 8 p.m.
Students unleash their creativity at the annual Lego Robot Talent Show!
Separating fact from fiction in Dan Brown page-turners.
Middlebury Magazine: A writer and retired educator is drawn back, once again, to Vermont.
Middlebury Magazine: A student moves to West Virginia, where mountains and politics turn inside out.
In an address to the college community, President Liebowitz provided a mostly upbeat assessment of the college's finances, and discussed this year's agenda.
A TEDx event at Middlebury on October 2 brought together 16 speakers to share "ideas worth spreading" on creativity and innovation. Watch the videos here.
An anonymous donor pledges $2.5 million over five years to the Monterey Institute, if MIIS can bring in $1 million in new gifts each year.
Middlebury's Nordic Ski Team trains for the season even when there's no snow on the ground. Let's see how they do it.
Every day this week, we'll record the goings-on as students arrive at Middlebury for a new academic year. Today, 9/3: A tour of Mead Memorial Chapel.
Every day this week, we'll record the goings-on as students arrive at Middlebury for a new academic year. Today, 9/2: On becoming the Class of 2014.
Every day this week, we'll record the goings-on as students arrive at Middlebury for a new academic year. Today, 9/1: Hot times on the playing fields.
Every day this week, we'll record the goings-on as students arrive at Middlebury for a new academic year. Today, 8/30: The calm before the storm.
Every day this week, we'll record the goings-on as students arrive at Middlebury for a new academic year. Today, 8/31: Overheard during move-in.
One evening each fall, the residents of Middlebury's Weybridge House throw open their doors and welcome the College community to a locavore feast.
The Middlebury women's cross country team won its sixth NCAA title, in the final meet for retiring head coach Terry Aldrich. The men's team finished in 21st.
The magic number is 40 this year at the Mahaney Center for the Arts, where Middlebury celebrates a series of arts-related anniversaries.
Book by Avner Cohen, senior fellow at Monterey's Center for Nonproliferation Studies, is reviewed in the New York Times.
This annual event produced by Middlebury's International Students Organization takes you for a tour of the world's cultures in skits, music, and dance.
The men's soccer and women's volleyball teams captured NESCAC titles on Sunday, joining men's golf and the men's and women's cross-country teams as 2010 champs.
Pianist Diana Fanning, with help from cellist Dieuwke Davydov and other friends, will celebrate two milestones in a Mead Chapel concert November 12 at 8 p.m.
On October 23 at 11:30 a.m. at Bicentennial Hall, Middlebury celebrates a half-century of the Community Friends program.
Filmmaker Michael Nash will present his award-winning film, 'Climate Refugees,' on October 20 at 4:30 in the McCullough Social Space.
On October 20 at 6 p.m., Angela Evancie '10, talks about her work in the Champlain Valley and her experience as a Compton Mentor Fellow.
The Friends of the Arts Museum celebrate 40 years on October 16. Enjoy a jazz band, browse the buffet, and vote for the next addition to the Museum's collection.
Professor Pushpa Iyer will give the opening lecture in this year's edition of the Middlebury-Monterey Lecture Series on October 14 at 4:30, at the Robert A. Jones '59 House.
Acclaimed author John Irving will read from a novel-in-progress, "In One Person," in Middlebury's Mead Chapel at 7 p.m.
Alon Tal, from Israel's Ben Gurion University, asks 'Will the Environment Survive Peace in the Middle East?' in a lecture at 4:30 p.m. on October 6 at the Robert A Jones '59 House.
Aylie Baker, a Watson Fellow, is collecting the stories of islanders around the world.
Cameron Mercer talks about his internship at NASA.
Sierra Crane-Murdoch '10, winner of the Brower Youth Award, talks about Power Past Coal.
Wyatt Orme '12 and Olivia Grugan '12 are among those whose summer work will be funded by Kathryn Wasserman Davis.
Racing nature to get the ball fields ready for spring: Tim O'Toole tells us how it's done.
Phil Geier, left, and Shelby Davis helped celebrate the birthday of the scholarship program they co-founded.
Who knew that the secret ingredient when launching a business was a dose of MSG?
NSF-funded program at Middlebury reaches out to local elementary schools in effort to transform science education.
Midd Magazine: A recent graduate, now a pre-med student, describes life on the ground in an apocalyptic Haiti.
Middlebury College lacrosse players help local kids discover fun and fitness on the field.
Matt Lowes '10 follows in the footsteps of his sister Sara '07, doing research in Africa and writing a prize-winning thesis.
Special funds help make unpaid summer internships affordable for Middlebury students.
Follow Mark Spritzer and Tyler Prince's research in the Neuroendocrinology Laboratory this summer.
Middlebury's Bread Loaf Writers' Conference gets under way August 11 at the mountain campus in Ripton.
Ian McEwan, author of Solar, Atonement and Amsterdam, among other best-selling novels, will read from his work in Middlebury's Mead Chapel at 7:30 p.m.
Midd Magazine: Michelle McCauley on why it's hard to walk the walk when it comes to your environmental values.
Dristy Shrestha, Class of 2011, brings electricity to remote villages in her native country through micro-hydro projects.
In 225 years, the Episcopal Diocese of Connecticut had never elected a bishop from outside the diocese. Until they met Ian Douglas '80.
Brighter Planet, which grew out of a course at Middlebury, has been named the country's best small green business by Treehugger.
Peggy Nelson, professor of sociology, talks about her new book, Parents Out of Control, which looks at technology and other emerging issues in parenting.
Jeremy Ward (Biology) and Elizabeth Morrison (Religion) have been promoted to the rank of associate professor.
Courtesy of the president's office, a look at recent publications and other accomplishments by Middlebury's faculty.
Some of the sights and sounds from the check-in desk as the summer Language Schools get under way.
Middlebury's 35th Alumni College, open to alumni, parents and friends, takes place from August 26-29 at Bread Loaf.
Ross Dining, al fresco.
Spring tulips peek over a stone wall in front of the Old Stone Mill.
Spring vista behind the Mahaney Center for the Arts.
Midd Magazine: Tal Birdsey '87 and the making of the North Branch School in Ripton, Vermont.
Monterey Institute's Anna Vassilieva talks on PBS Newshour about the effect of spy charges on U.S.-Russia relationship.
A song by the student vocal group Stuck in the Middle is featured in a compilation of the best in college a cappella performances.
In an era of rampant federal contracting, where does the state end and the private sector begin? Political scientist Allison Stanger raises a red flag.
Born July 27, 1874, Anderson became, in 1899, the first woman of color to graduate from Middlebury. She was a member of Phi Beta Kappa and the valedictorian.
Invest in Middlebury students: Make a gift by June 30!
These Middlebury people know what it means to count on the Middlebury people who came before them.
Shanta Lindo '10: "Everyone has something unique to bring to this environment. One person really does matter."
Catarina Campbell '11: "What I believe in most is that you can't inherently write people off."
Geena Constantin '11: "Financial aid goes to people from every walk of life."
Muchadei Zvoma '07: "The benefit for you is knowing you helped someone get the great education you got."
Shane Scranton '12.5: "Receiving financial aid from an alum is like having another kind of family--the Middlebury family."
Mike Schoenfeld '73: "Giving so people can come to a place you love--how do you beat that?"
Andrew Powers '11: "When I think of my friends on financial aid--I don't know what this community would look like without them."
Karl Lindholm '67: "Now it's even more important for Middlebury to step up and retain this commitment to financial aid."
Coach Bob Ritter '82: "The longer I've been here, the more I appreciate our need-blind policy."
Dallas Moody '10: "I've been able to see Vermont, New York, Boston; to study for a year in Italy--places I'd heard about but never been."
Chris Lam '10: "The different backgrounds and opinions people bring--that's what I cherish most about Middlebury."
Laurel Gray '10: "Everything I do here is a result of someone else's generosity."
The members of the Class of 2010 receive their degrees under sunny skies, and hear from authors Nicholas Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn. Photo by Brett Simison.