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  1. In Memoriam: Jennifer Nelson

    The former co-head of Brainerd Commons, with her husband Paul, was known for the warm and welcoming presence she brought to this role and her love of art and art history. 

  2. In Memoriam: Mona Meyers Wheatley ’56

    Retired staff member is remembered as a dedicated and active part of the Middlebury community for decades, working as both a volunteer and as an employee.

  3. In Memoriam: Tsuneo Akaha

    Emeritus professor at the Middlebury Institute is remembered as a beloved teacher and accomplished researcher and author who taught courses on human security, international migration, multiculturalism, East Asia, and Russia-East Asia Relations.

  4. In Memoriam: Yan Zhou ’23

    The junior independent study major from Beijing, China, was passionate about linguistics and held a leadership position with the College’s Quidditch Club.

  5. In Memoriam: Megan Battey ’79

    Over her many years as a Middlebury staff member, Megan Battey developed and transformed the Visual Resource Center serving the History of Art and Architecture department.

  6. In Memoriam: George B. Todd

    The Christian A. Johnson Professor Emeritus of Music brought jazz, folk music, and ethnomusicology, as well as new approaches to the traditions of theory and musicology, to Middlebury during his long tenure at the College.

  7. In Memoriam: Miguel Sanchez-Tortoledo ’23

    An active member of Middlebury Student Government, the rising junior from Bell Gardens, CA, is remembered for his kindness, optimism, and tireless advocacy for his fellow students.

  8. In Memoriam: Dr. Jan Knippers Black

    Longtime Middlebury Institute professor was a a globally recognized expert on Latin America, its political dynamics, and the relationship of the countries of the region to the United States.