Tuesday, March 28, 2023

  • MiddIV Small Group Meeting

    Join us for a time of community, socializing, and study of God’s word through the Bible! EVERYONE IS WELCOME

    McCullough - Mitchell Green Lounge

  • Spill the Tea

    Q&A’s weekly Spill the Tea is back! It runs every Tuesday in the Anderson Freeman Resource Center.

    Anderson Freeman Resource Center

  • Weekly Symposium Meeting

    We have weekly discussions on philosophical questions and topics. If this interests you, please join us at our weekly meetings.

    Axinn Center 220

  • Writing Drop-In Tutoring

    CTLR Writing Center Tutors will be available to meet with students on a drop-in basis.
    Writing Drop-In Tutoring Spring Schedule

    Sunday and Monday 7-11 PM at the AFC (Carr Hall)
    Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday 7-11 pm at the CTLR (Lib 225)
    Or book an appointment for Monday-Thursday 7-11 PM online at go/wconline.

    See more information at the Writing Center

    Middlebury College

    Closed to the Public
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    Movement Matters: Global Body in Conflict: transitions into terrestrial Artist Talk with jumatatu m. poe

    jumatatu m. poe will present “transitions into terrestrial,” sharing images, video, poetics, and movement reflecting on transitions in artmaking and life. Having completed a 10 plus year cycle of research and performance with collaborator Jermone Donte Beacham through the J-Sette focused Let ‘im Move You series, jumatatu is reflecting on the vastness of the voyage, the depth of the lessons on both being, and being with, that sprang forth from that intimately collaborative series of processes.

    Mahaney Arts Center Dance Theatre

    Open to the Public
  • Brown poster with a yellow sticky note in the middle that advertises all of the weekly activities Palana is offering

    PALANA Cookie Decorating/Making

    Come join us Tuesday night at PALANA!!! We are past the townhouses and crossing the bridge:) Come join us to bake and decorate cookies!!! 

    Palmer House (PALANA) Lounge

Wednesday, March 29, 2023

  • World-Wide Climate Teach-In

    Middlebury joins hundreds of educational institutions around the world (in more than 50 countries and most US states) in the World Wide Teach-In on Climate and Justice on and around March 29, 2023. This will continue ongoing campus-wide conversations and engage students, faculty, and staff as we grapple with a time of planetary crisis and transformation.

    Calendar Announcement

  • Employee Yoga

    Faculty and staff are invited to join Joanna Colwell from Otter Creek Yoga. Preregistration required. To register, contact

    Forest West Basement Activity Space (031)

  • Earth’s Materials: Perennial Perspectives in the Arts

    Earth’s Materials: Perennial Perspectives in the Arts, a group exhibit of curated art, represents diverse responses from artists working in a variety of media that reflect, respond, and rejoice in the earth, our roots, and our relationships.

    Please join us for the exhibit opening on Friday, April 7, 2023, from 5 p.m. – 7 p.m., including a panel discussion from 6 p.m. – 7 p.m. that evening. The event is free and open to the public. 

    Town Hall Theater, Jackson Gallery

    Open to the Public
  • Wakeful Wednesdays

    Join Spiritual and Religious Life Dean Mark R. Orten for 20 minutes of quiet contemplation with reading and music for our times. Intentional silence and guided meditation will be interspersed with music and readings from secular worldviews and sacred traditions to open our awareness and to find strength and perspective for living during personal, political, racial, ecological and other upheavals.

    Middlebury Chapel

    Open to the Public
  • Discovering Quantum Phases of Matter with Machine Learning with Chris Herdman

    Join for a Lightning Talk with Chris Herdman (Physics). The familiar phases of matter we encounter every day—solids, liquids and gases—are well described by the laws of classical physics. Yet when matter is cooled down to very low temperatures, quantum mechanical effects can become important and transform ordinary matter into a quantum phase of matter.

    Davis Family Library 105A

    Closed to the Public
  • Let's Talk

    Let’s Talk offers students easy access to informal and confidential 25-minute consultations with a counselor. Drop-in hours take place weekly on a first come, first served basis.

    Visit go/Lets-Talk or contact for additional information.

    Virtue Field House Director's Conference Room

    Closed to the Public
  • Chromatic Paint n’ Sip (Tea)

    As a part of our recruitment process for social members, Chromatic is having a Paint n’ Sip event! We will set up mini canvases and all of the paints and paintbrushes that our house already has. We supply different types of tea and cookies for all attendees. The goal of this event is to allow people to meet the members of the Chrome board, connect with other students, take a break from academic stresses, and use their creativity to create imaginative art.

    Prescott House Basement (Chromatic)

  • Quadball Practice

    Middlebury College Quadball will be running a practice where students can learn the fundamentals of Quadball, practice skills, and scrimmage in a safe and fun environment.

    Battell Beach

  • Calligraphy Demonstration and Workshop

    World-renowned calligrapher Masako Inkyo will be giving a calligraphy performance based on Oborozukiyo from The Tale of Genji.

    Mahaney Arts Center Lower Lobby

    Free; registration required for workshops: go/inkyo
    Open to the Public
  • Careers in Intelligence and Foreign Policy: A Conversation with Col. Jack Gill ’77

    Join this session to listen and learn from Jack Gill, Middlebury ’77 (German and History double major), an adjunct professor associated with the Near East–South Asia Center for Strategic Studies in Washington DC (NESA Center). He is also an associate fellow with the International Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS) in London. A former U.S. Army officer, he spent 27 years of active duty with Military Intelligence and policy assignments in Germany, the Pentagon and the U.S. Pacific Command in Hawaii.

    Axinn Center 219

    Closed to the Public