El Blog de la Escuela Española 2012

!Les presentamos el nuevo blog de la escuela española 2012! 



Email Accounts and Blogs


Student groups automatically receive an email account when they become a registered student organization.  Passwords will be reset annually.  

If you do not remember your password, make sure you are listed in a leadership position on Middlink and contact the Technology Helpdesk to reset it (x2200).

If you wish to reset your password and you know your old password, log into webmail under your student org account and under "options" choose "change password."


Check out the blog for students, by students.

The President's Blog

Back from Asia

Ron on Middlebury - Mon, 11/14/2011 - 11:19pm
French School Blogs From Around the World

French School Blog

Italian School Blog Highlights Speakers, Class, Food, and Fun

Italian School blog for summer 2009. In Italian.

Midd Grads Team Up To Pen Blog on Work-Life Issues for Young People

Liz Kofman & Astri von Arbin Ahlander both '07 pen a blog on work-life issues for young people. They also are more well known at Midd for their other project: The Lattice Group.

Follow Elizabeth Scarinci '12.5 Travels to Peru and Chile

Follow Elizabeth Scarinci '12.5's journeys to Chile and Peru. Elizabeth's blog is both personal and wolrdly at the same time. She has video entries, photos, and extensive writing.

Student blogs about studying abroad in Japan

Michael Luby '10 pens a blog that chronicles a nearly day-by-day account of his year abroad studying Japanese in Tokyo. He shares his thoughts and adventures from climbing Mt. Fuji to playing Japanese video games. He usually marks his posts with the day of the week in Japanese.

Student blogs where philosophy and economics meet

Maria Perille, Class of 2011, is blogging this summer on the intersection of economics and psychology. Her first post is on "The Bachelorette" TV show and choice availability.

12 Days in May: Alum describes being in China during 2008 earthquake

On the afternoon of May 12, a massive earthquake measuring 7.9 on the Richter scale ripped through southwest China, killing at least 70,000 people, leaving more than five million homeless, and incurring damage estimated at $20 billion.

Meg Young ’07, a staff consultant with the international development group ECOLOGIA, was with her colleague and classmate Kate Leyland ’07 in the Sichuan Province city of Chengdu, 80 kilometers southeast of the quake’s epicenter, meeting with bankers when the Earth shook.