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Thursday, September 30, 2021

  • Math Club Meeting

    Join us at the Math Club! Our meetings are meant to be social and fun. In our meetings, we usually work on math problems or play board games. It’s a lot of fun if you like solving problems.

    Munroe 401

  • College Vespers

    College Vespers is a Christian worship service held each Thursday evening in Mead Chapel.  All students, faculty, and staff are welcome at this peaceful, candle-lit gathering of prayer, music, readings, and meditative silence.  Led by Affiliate Chaplain Rev.

    Mead Chapel

Friday, October 1, 2021

  • Jumma Service

    Join the Muslim Student’s Association and Muslim Chaplain’s Office for the weekly Islamic Jumma service.

    Islamic Center (Forest B9)

  • Jazz Workshop

    A weekly Music Department session devoted to learning and playing jazz. For info, please contact Dick Forman - forman@middlebury.edu

    Mahaney Arts Center 221

  • AAG 's Vermont Redistricting Panel

    Panel Discussion on Redistricting in Vermont, Hosted by The Department of Geography

    As Vermont only has one congressional district, this panel will speak to the various scales at which the redistricting process happens. Panel will speak about redistricting and gerrymandering at the federal level (by contextualizing Vermont within neighboring Massachusetts, New York, and Pennsylvania), as well as spark a conversation about school district and statehouse redistricting (with a more localized, Vermont specific focus). 

    Robert A. Jones '59 Conference Room

    Open to the Public
  • Shabbat Services

    Shabbat services are a time for students to relax and reflect over the past week. Afterwards, we gather outside for a home cooked meal prepared by Hillel members to talk and meet new people!

    Jewish Center at the Freeman International Center

  • Shabbat Dinner

    Shabbat services are a time for students to relax and reflect over the past week. Afterwards, we gather outside for a home cooked meal prepared by Hillel members to talk and meet new people!

    Freeman International Center Terrace

  • InterVarsity Christian Fellowship Large Group Meeting

    Evening large group is a time of exploration of how to pray, what it means to worship in community, as well as how to be comfortable with silence. Welcome to anyone who is searching, hungry, lost, or lonely!

    McCullough - Mitchell Green Lounge

    Closed to the Public

Saturday, October 2, 2021

  • Middlebury Classic Quidditch Tournament

    The Middlebury Classic Quidditch Tournament is back! Watch as quidditch teams from around the Northeast compete in the sport of Muggle Quidditch, invented by Middlebury students!

    Battell Beach

    Closed to the Public
  • Hirschfield International Film Series: Transition and Q&A with Director Sas Carey

    27-year-old medical doctor Khongoroo grapples with what it means to remain in Mongolia’s capital Ulaanbaatar. She misses the beautiful but remote East Taiga, where two-dozen families and relatives live in a tight-knit Dukha reindeer herding community. Ulaanbaatar, a city of 1.5 million, offers her a job when the countryside does not. With work in the city, Khongoroo must decide whether to risk the health of her three-year old daughter in the polluted capital or leave her with her grandmother where the air is clean. Q&A with Director Sas Carey following each in-person screening.

    Axinn Center 232

    Open to the Public
  • Return To MIIS Festival

    Please join us for a fun-filled day! More details to come.

    Pierce Promenade

    Closed to the Public
  • Model United Nations Meeting

    Join Middlebury Model United Nations at our weekly meetings! Learn about and improve on public speaking, debate, and a variety of other skills.

    Robert A. Jones '59 Conference Room

    Closed to the Public
  • Hirschfield International Film Series: Transition and Q&A with Director Sas Carey

    27-year-old medical doctor Khongoroo grapples with what it means to remain in Mongolia’s capital Ulaanbaatar. She misses the beautiful but remote East Taiga, where two-dozen families and relatives live in a tight-knit Dukha reindeer herding community. Ulaanbaatar, a city of 1.5 million, offers her a job when the countryside does not. With work in the city, Khongoroo must decide whether to risk the health of her three-year old daughter in the polluted capital or leave her with her grandmother where the air is clean. Q&A with Director Sas Carey following each in-person screening.

    Axinn Center 232

    Open to the Public