Sunday, April 16, 2023

  • GlobeMed Weekly Meeting

    Join GlobeMed for our weekly meeting where we’ll discuss a global health topic! Open to all :)

    Robert A. Jones '59 Conference Room

  • Atelier Meeting

    Weekly meeting of the sewing club for individual project work

    Wright Theatre Green Room

  • VinYin Flow with Dina Bazou

    Join Dina Bazou for a 60 minute yoga class with vinyasa and yin elements. All levels are welcome!

    McCullough - Mitchell Green Lounge

  • 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
  • Prajna Meditation Club

    Close your week off with a warm, calm feeling and a cup of chai in your hand, as we meditate and share gratitude at Scott Center at 4

    Charles P. Scott Center for Spiritual and Religious Life - 46 South Street

Monday, April 17, 2023

  • Cannabis Awareness Week: Lunch & Learn

    Join Health & Wellness Education for a “lunch & learn” opportunity to take an educational exploration of cannabis use and impacts in the community. Bring your lunch or have a snack on us!

    McCullough - Conference Room @ the Grille

    Closed to the Public
  • Areial view of a garden with outbuilding and a labarinth.

    Knoll Garden Volunteer Hours **BIPOC Affinity Space

    **Please note, MONDAY sessions are held as BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and other people of color) affinity space, facilitated by BIPOC student interns and staff.
    These Volunteer Hours are open to BIPOC Middlebury students. The Knoll serves as a site to explore topics of connection, resilience, and regeneration. The garden has been almost entirely powered by volunteers and interns for 19 years, and we are grateful you are here. 

    The Knoll

  • 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

  • Image of three people on a poster

    Advancing Climate Solutions through Venture Capital

    Advancing Climate Solutions through Venture Capital - the vital role of early-stage investment in meeting the goals of the Paris Agreement

    Peter Hirsch ‘12, Head of Sustainability at 2150, a climate tech-oriented venture capital firm in London, will return to campus for a conversation moderated by students Kavina Amin ‘24 (Economics and History) and Gianna Palli ‘23.5 (Art History and Economics).

    Dana Auditorium (Sunderland Language Center)

    Open to the Public
  • Is Capitalism a Religion? Labor, Loss, and the Rise of “Ethical” Free Markets

    Fair trade, microfinance, impact investing, social entrepreneurship, decolonized philanthropy: as the crisis of neoliberal order has multiplied in recent decades, so too have projects to represent global capitalism as a vehicle for feminist, anti-racist, and anti-colonial solidarities. What is the history of these projects? Whose interests do they serve? And, for critics of racialized economic violence and labor expropriation, how should we relate to shiny promises that “humanitarian” capitalism might still be achieved?

    Munroe 317

    Open to the Public
  • J Club Weekly Meeting

    J Club highlights aspects of traditional, pop, artistic, linguistic, and literary Japanese culture and brings them to campus. We host food events, screenings, celebrations like Harumatsuri (the Spring Festival), workshops on topics like taiko and tea ceremonies. We also sometimes attend events in the surrounding area. Everyone is welcome regardless of experience with Japanese language or culture. Stop by our weekly meetings or contact our email to cook, watch anime, enjoy Japanese music, and more with us!

    LaForce Hall Seminar Room

  • Flyer for Julie Auger's guest lecture


    La communauté francophone de Montréal
    est de plus en plus diversifiée. On peut
    donc penser que le français qui y est
    traditionnellement parlé change, mais aussi
    que les francophones issus d’une
    immigration récente en adoptent certains
    traits. Qu’en est-il? Cette conférence
    présente des résultats préliminaires de nos
    analyses sur des Montréalais·es d’origine

    Talk will be in French. 

    Robert A. Jones '59 Conference Room

    Open to the Public