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Thursday, April 20, 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

  • 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. Offered on Tuesdays and Thursdays at the Anderson Freeman Center, located in Carr Hall.

    Visit go/Lets-Talk or contact Counseling@middlebury.edu for additional information.

    Middlebury College

    Closed to the Public
  • Log Rolling Practice

    Log Rolling Practice! Come down to the Natatorium to join us at log rolling. Anyone and everyone is welcome, no experience is necessary. Log rolling is a fun sport where we try and stay on a log floating in water.

    Natatorium Shallow End

  • Flyer for 'Deconstructing Perfectionism: Silencing Negative Self-talk.' Colorful watercolor background. Text reads: 'Understand the origins of perfectionism, explore its effects, and learn how to disrupt it. A weekly group counseling experience beginning Thursday, February 16th at 4:00 pm. If interested, contact Kate at russell@middlebury.edu'

    Deconstructing Perfectionism: Silencing Negative Self-talk

    The Counseling Center presents, Deconstructing perfectionism: Silencing negative self-talk. This is a weekly counseling group that will help students in understanding the origins of perfectionism, exploring its effects on their relationships with themselves and others, and learning how to disrupt it.

    Axinn Center 219

    Closed to the Public
  • Portrait photograph of Treasure Brooks

    Blood Bound: On Period Poverty

    Poverty infringes on personal autonomy in a myriad of ways. Having grown up homeless and largely dependent on the resources of social equity NGO’s, Treasure Brooks took issue with the limited menstrual products offered to people in need.

    Franklin Environmental Center, The Orchard-Hillcrest 103

    Open to the Public
  • Kitchen Table Conversations #2: BIPOC-Themed Research and Teaching in Middlebury

    Viola Huang (Black Studies and German) and Matthew Schrader (Studio Art) will discuss their BIPOC Research and Teaching in Middlebury College. Their focus will be their scholar and pedagogical approaches to the history of monuments and their spaces and how they are connected to both the history of racism and the fight against white supremacy.

    Davis Family Library 105A

    Open to the Public
  • Image of a band playing music on a stage

    Zoom Talk with Shlomi Alon - from “HaDag Nachash” band

    A Zoom talk with Shlomi Alon, a well-known and active musician in Israel - as a playing musician (he plays the saxophone, flute and other musical instruments), as a composer, as a songwriter and as a singer.

    Shlomi is one of the founders and members of “HaDag Nachash” - a band that celebrated its 25th anniversary this year. This is the most popular and successful band in Israel.

    Virtual Middlebury

    Open to the Public
  • headshot photo of the artist

    Artist Talk with Omari Wiles: Vogue Fem Residency

    Come and Listen to New York-based Dancer and Choreographer Omari Wiles as he shares his Dance journey and experience in the Ballroom community. Wiles began his training in West African dance as a child, and himself learning, training and falling in love with other styles such as Hip-Hop, House, Modern, Jazz, and Vogue. Wiles has had the opportunity to work with many artists, featuring his range of dance. His choreography has been featured with Janet Jackson, Beyoncé, John Legend, Jidenna, and Rashaad Newsome, Lady Gaga, Madonna, and many more.

    Mahaney Arts Center Dance Theatre

    Open to the Public
  • How to Have Difficult Conversations in the Workplace

    This workshop explores the different power dynamics present in the workplace and how to navigate starting, engaging in, or protecting oneself when difficult, controversial, or risky conversations take place. We will primarily be focusing on race, racism, and white supremacy.

    Axinn Center 220

    Closed to the Public
  • How to Have Difficult Conversations in the Workplace: JusTalks

    This workshop explores the power dynamics present in the workplace and how to navigate starting, engaging in, or protecting oneself when difficult, controversial, or risky conversations occur. We will primarily be focusing on race, racism, and white supremacy.

    Kitchel House

    Closed to the Public
  • MiddRuns

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

    To Be Announced

  • Vinyasa Flow with Julianna

    Join Julianna for a 60 minute vinyasa flow yoga class. All levels are welcome. Mats will be provided for those who do not have one. 

    Forest West Basement Activity Space (031)

  • Riddim World Dance Workshop Community Class

    Join us for Riddim World Dance Community Workshop! Feel free to come whenever or every week — All styles, experiences, and backgrounds are welcome! Fill in your information to receive updates :)

    Community workshop focuses on choreography and learning techniques of various dance styles — Open to Middlebury’s student community and dance organizations!

    Forest West Basement Activity Space (031)

  • Vinyasa Flow with Jordy

    Join Jordy for a 60 minute vinyasa flow yoga class! Students of all levels are welcome.

    McCullough - Mitchell Green Lounge