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Saturday, February 24, 2024

  • Wilderness First Aid (WFA) Course

    Middlebury Outdoor Program’s spring semester Wilderness First Aid (WFA) offering! Join other like-minded outdoor folks for a 2-day wilderness medicine training with a guest instructor from SOLO schools, based in Conway, NH. This course will teach participants the basics of identifying, assessing, and treating common injuries that occur in outdoor spaces. This course is designed to help teach those looking to become outdoor student guides (MMC, FIRE, AFC Outdoors, etc), or for anyone generally interested in learning new medical skills. *CPR is included!

    McCullough - Mitchell Green Lounge

    Open to the Public
  • 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
  • Quadball's Round Robin 2

    This is our second tournament at harvard University where we will be playing UVM, Emerson, and Boston University. 

    Off Campus

  • Churros con Alianza

    Join our first spring event, where you can catch up while making churros!! See you then <3

    Anderson Freeman Resource Center

  • Winter Carnival Ice Show

    The show is presented by the Middlebury College Figure Skating Club and the Middlebury Figure Skating Club.  Come enjoy a “Blast from the Past” with music and culture from the 1960s.

    Concessions will be available. 

    Kenyon Arena is fully accessible. 

     

    Chip Kenyon Arena

    $6 at the door or ahead of time through the Middlebury College Box Office
    Open to the Public

Sunday, February 25, 2024

  • Wilderness First Aid (WFA) Course

    Middlebury Outdoor Program’s spring semester Wilderness First Aid (WFA) offering! Join other like-minded outdoor folks for a 2-day wilderness medicine training with a guest instructor from SOLO schools, based in Conway, NH. This course will teach participants the basics of identifying, assessing, and treating common injuries that occur in outdoor spaces. This course is designed to help teach those looking to become outdoor student guides (MMC, FIRE, AFC Outdoors, etc), or for anyone generally interested in learning new medical skills. *CPR is included!

    McCullough - Mitchell Green Lounge

    Open to the Public
  • The Clark Institute - Architecture Table

    Architecture Table will be leading a trip to The Clark Institute (clarkart.edu) for a total of 11 students. The trip will depart at 9am, and we will be returning in the late afternoon - lunch will NOT be provided. Register at go/Clark.

    Off Campus

  • Vinyasa Flow with Jayda Murray

    Jayda will lead a 60-minute vinyasa style yoga class. Mats will be provided to those that need them. 

    Forest West Basement Activity Space (031)

  • Catholic Mass

    Join the Newman Catholic Club for Mass at St. Mary’s Church, every Sunday at 10am. Then join us for brunch at Proctor immediately following! Email newmancl@middlebury.edu with any questions.

    Off Campus

  • YOUPOWER Spin Class

    Free 45-minute student-led indoor spin classes! These classes take place in the FIC building, room 127. Shoes and equipment are provided. Sign up for classes at go/youpower or using the MINDBODY app. 

    YouPower Spinning Room

  • Logrolling Practice

    Log rolling practice every Thursday & Sunday at the Natatorium! Bring a towel, a swimsuit and your excitement. You can duel your friends and learn the log rolling techniques. 

    Natatorium Shallow End

  • Model United Nations Weekly Meeting

    Model United Nations is a dynamic platform that simulates the workings of the United Nations, offering students a unique opportunity to engage in diplomatic discourse, negotiation, and problem-solving. MUN aims to enhance participants’ understanding of global issues, improve their public speaking and negotiation skills, and foster a spirit of collaboration and international cooperation

    Robert A. Jones '59 Conference Room