Wednesday, April 5, 2023

Thursday, April 6, 2023

  • Taste the Valley

    Local producers meet local buyers! Middlebury hosts a gathering to support local procurement and purchasing, as we have done several times in the past.

    Kirk Alumni Center

    Open to the Public
  • Exploring the Challenges and Opportunities of AI Alongside Students

    This workshop and discussion will offer faculty a chance to hear from students who are trained in writing pedagogy and the scholarship of teaching and learning about their thoughts on ChatGPT and other AI technologies. Faculty will have an opportunity to talk about the project of learning (and teaching) at Middlebury College and the impacts of AI. This is a chance to bring students and faculty together for an exciting dialogue on the ramifications of AI and to brainstorm ways to respond to it in the classroom. Lunch will be provided.

    Davis Family Library 105A

    Closed to the Public
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    Howard E. Woodin Environmental Studies Colloquium Series

    “Climate Theatre: Stories of Kinship, Community, and Climate Justice” by Theresa May, Faculty of Theatre, Environment and Indigenous Studies at the University of Oregon, and Artistic Director of the EMOS Ecodrama Playwrights Festival.

    Franklin Environmental Center, The Orchard-Hillcrest 103

    Open to the Public
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    Listening Lunch with The Westerlies

    Bridging the Gap: Exploring the Intersection of Jazz, Classical, and Folk Traditions

    Visiting brass quartet The Westerlies select seminal recordings and discuss their importance in the context of music history and exploring the Intersection of Jazz, Classical, and Folk Traditions. Open to all students, and lunch provided with RSVP at

    Mahaney Arts Center 126

    Closed to the Public
  • Flyer for 'Body Process.' Watercolor background with bold text. Reads: 'The Counseling Center Presents: Body Process. A space to explore and process our relationships with our bodies. Thursdays at 1pm starting February 16. Please contact for more info/to sign up.'

    Body Process

    The Counseling Center presents “Body Process”: a counseling group to help students explore and process their relationships with their bodies. This is a confidential space for students to explore this issue with counseling interns Dana Williams and Sam Rothberg. The group will occur once per week on Thursdays from 1-2pm for the spring semester.

    Please contact for more info/to sign up. 

    Axinn Center 219

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

    Visit go/Lets-Talk or contact 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'

    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
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    Ukraine, Russia and US Foreign Policy

    Matthew Rojansky will discuss the current state of the war in Ukraine and take questions from the audience.

    Robert A. Jones '59 Conference Room

    Open to the Public
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    Completely Free: The Moral and Political Vision of John Stuart Mill

    John Peter Diiulio, the James N. Perry Scholar of Philosophy, Politics, and Society in the Program for Research on Religion and Urban Civil Society at the University of Pennsylvania, will discuss his book on J.S. Mill, Completely Free: The Moral and Political Vision of John Stuart Mill. It provides an original and unified reconstruction of Mill’s practical philosophy, and advances a sympathetic yet critical argument for the cogency and potency of his Utilitarian liberalism.

    Co-sponsored by the Alexander Hamilton Forum.

    Axinn Center 229

    Open to the Public
  • Grief and Loss Workshop Series

    Join the Counseling Center and the Scott Center for a workshop series on grief.  We will be journaling, working on art projects

  • 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)