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Monday, April 17, 2023

  • Teaching and Learning for Liberation Series

    Arts and Liberation

    In this interactive panel discussion Associate Professor Christal Brown, Assistant Professor Lida Winfield, and Assistant Professor Laurel Jenkins of the Dance Department join Assistant Professor of Theatre, Olga Sanchez Saltveit, and Director of Beyond the Page, Craig Maravich to explore their work engages inclusion, antiracism, social justice, and freedom. We will hear from the panelist and then be invited into some movement and reflection.

    Axinn Center 229

    Closed to the Public
  • Yom HaShoah Service

    Please join us for our annual Holocaust Remembrance Day service.  

    Franklin Environmental Center, The Orchard-Hillcrest 103

    Open to the Public
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    African Drum and Dance Class

    Open to Students, Faculty, Staff and Community Members Ages 13 & Up All levels welcome!

    Focusing on the high energy and powerful nature of West African dance.
    Class is accompanied by live musicians, to help participants understand the communication between the music and the dance.

    Wilson Hall, McCullough Student Center

    Open to the Public
  • MiddRuns

    Anyone interested in running we do casual runs open to all around town or on campus 

    To Be Announced

  • WRMC Gen Board

    Join WRMC for snacks and chit-chat about new music.

    Gifford Gamut Room

  • Pilates with Bella Butcher

    Join Bella Butcher in a 60 minutes pilates class! All levels are welcome. Mats will be provided for students who do not have them. 

    Forest West Basement Activity Space (031)

  • Oak Hill Advisors Info Session

    Students interested in applying for an Investor Relations Analyst position within the alternative credit industry are encouraged to attend this information session. Students will meet Jack Crowell ’15, Andrew Fleisher ’16 and IR professionals who can answer questions about the firm, our culture, what it means to work on the buy side, and provide details about OHA’s recruiting process for 2024 Summer Analyst opportunities.

    Please Register on Handshake

    Axinn Center 219

    Closed to the Public
  • Atelier Meeting

    Weekly meeting of the sewing club for individual project work

    Wright Theatre Green Room

  • Feminist Action at Middlebury Club Meeting

    Feminist Action at Middlebury (FAM) is a club at Middlebury College that welcomes people of identities to explore intersectional feminist activism in a positive, fun, and inclusive environment.

    Chellis Living Room/Seminar Room

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    Vogue Fem with Omari Wiles

    Beginners Level breakdown of the Five Elements of Vogue Femme. Learn a series of exercises and techniques that will help you better develop your quality of performance and usage of Elements and personality. Class is lead with a warmup and stretch before taking the Elements across the floor. A Student-supported Rothrock Residency event.

    Mahaney Arts Center Dance Theatre

    Free
    Open to the Public
  • 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 go.middlebury.edu/wc.

    Middlebury College

    Closed to the Public
  • MiddWOW General Meeting

    Middlebury Women on Wall Street (MiddWOW) is a student-run organization focused on mentoring and supporting female-identifying Middlebury students pursuing careers in finance and business.

    Axinn Center 220

Tuesday, April 18, 2023

  • Areial view of a garden with outbuilding and a labarinth.

    Knoll Garden Volunteer Hours

    Knoll Garden Volunteer Hours, open to all 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