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Friday, April 19, 2024

  • Sisters' Halaqa

    Join us to engage in meaningful conversations and build a sense of community with the MSA sisters. All are welcome!

    Islamic Center (Forest B9)

Saturday, April 20, 2024

  • Ivy Native Council Conference @ Dartmouth!

    Voices of Indigenous Peoples is attending the annual conference for Indigenous students at Ivy and NESCAC schools, hosted by Dartmouth on. This year’s topic is language revitalization and its relationship to higher education, and it is open to all Indigenous-identifying students of any cultural background. Contact vip@middlebury.edu if interested in attending!

    https://students.dartmouth.edu/nap/news-events/ivy-native-council

    Off Campus

  • Rasputitsa Gravel Race

    Join Midd Cycling for a gravel race in Jay, VT. Rasputitsa is one of the most renowned gravel races in the state, and even the U.S. The course will be muddy and maybe even snowy!

    Off Campus

  • AIKIDO

    Classes led by Professor Jonathan Miller-Lane and Middlebury graduate Corey Selover. PE credit available. Aikido is a 20th century Japanese martial art founded by Morihei Ueshiba, O’Sensei, (1883-1969). In these sessions, we will focus on the potential of Aikido techniques and principles to transform conflict from a binary confrontation among individuals to an interaction of powerful and dynamic energy. No prior experience is necessary. Participants should wear comfortable clothing that includes leg coverings (such as sweats) rather than shorts. All bodies are welcome.

    115 Franklin Street first floor, Humanities Center

    Open to the Public
  • Airswimming by Charlotte Jones

    Charlotte Jones’ Airswimming follows the story of Dora Kitson and Persephone Baker, two unlikely friends who are confined to life in St. Dymphna’s Hospital for the Criminally Insane beginning in the 1920s. Watch the evolution of their relationship - one of friendship, familial love, and romantic tension - as they cope with the pressure of 50 years of isolation by forming alter egos: bibliophile Dorph and Doris-Day-loving Porph.

    Hepburn Zoo

    Open to the Public
  • Mischords Concert

    Join the Middlebury Mischords for their first a cappella concert of the spring semester.

    McCullough Wilson Cafe

  • Evolution Dance Crew Spring Show

    Evolution Dance Crew is holding their annual spring show in celebration of Evolution Dance Crew’s 10th anniversary! Come see Evolution dance! 

    Wilson Hall, McCullough Student Center

  • Airswimming by Charlotte Jones

    Charlotte Jones’ Airswimming follows the story of Dora Kitson and Persephone Baker, two unlikely friends who are confined to life in St. Dymphna’s Hospital for the Criminally Insane beginning in the 1920s. Watch the evolution of their relationship - one of friendship, familial love, and romantic tension - as they cope with the pressure of 50 years of isolation by forming alter egos: bibliophile Dorph and Doris-Day-loving Porph.

    Hepburn Zoo

    Open to the Public
  • Evolution Dance Crew Spring Show

    Evolution Dance Crew is holding their annual spring show in celebration of Evolution Dance Crew’s 10th anniversary! Come see Evolution dance! 

    Wilson Hall, McCullough Student Center

Sunday, April 21, 2024