Explore the autumn beauty of Vermont through the eyes (and lenses) of two seniors, Dylan Taylor ’24 and Sam Roubin ’23.5.
Kazem Abdullah, who studied German and Portuguese at the Language Schools, is conducting the Metropolitan Opera premiere of X: The Life and Times of Malcolm X.
The Middlebury Campus reports on the latest initiatives organized by the College’s Black Student Union (BSU).
History professor Rebecca Ayako Bennette strongly believes in the importance of studying history today, and the need to adapt her teaching to the times.
Sara Allen MA English ’87 is exhibiting a series of photographs of her “naturally aging body with its creases, folds and rough textures, its bumps and lines and spots” at the Abington Art Center in Pennsylvania.
French lecturer and glass artist Brittney Gehrig, MA French ’22 shared her enthusiasm for language instruction as well as the formative experiences that led her to her present career in an interview with the Language Connects Foundation.
Wyatt Robinson ’24.5 spent this past summer designing and painting a mural on the silo outside the Recycling Center.
What does it mean that a 19th-century man who passed as white is a modern-day African American icon?