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Thursday, October 6, 2022

  • CrossFit Middlebury Open Class

    CrossFit Middlebury hosts 1 hour workouts open to all students. CrossFit is “constantly varied, high-intensity functional movement” — a mix of gymnastics, weightlifing, and cardio.

    Memorial Field House Nelson Multi-Use Area

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    Quick Question Hours with Peer Career Advisors

    Just drop by (no appointment necessary) to have a Center for Careers and Internships (CCI) peer advisor look at your resume, help you prepare for an interview, search for jobs or internships, even if you have no questions at all, or maybe just want to learn about Handshake and Midd2Midd.

    McCullough - Conference Room @ the Grille

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

    “Why Should We Care About the High Seas?” Kristina M. Gjerde, Adjunct Professor, Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey, and Senior High Seas Advisor to IUCN’s Ocean Team.

    Franklin Environmental Center, The Orchard-Hillcrest 103

    Open to the Public
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    Quick Question Hours with Peer Career Advisors

    Just drop by (no appointment necessary) to have a Center for Careers and Internships (CCI) peer advisor look at your resume, help you prepare for an interview, search for jobs or internships, even if you have no questions at all, or maybe just want to learn about Handshake and Midd2Midd.

    Location: Kitchel House

    Middlebury College

    Closed to the Public
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    Anti-Procrastination Station

    Anti-Procrastination Station! Having trouble getting started? Need some encouragement? Get moving with
    an ACE! go/ace

    Davis Family Library Center for Teaching, Learning and Research

    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.

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    "To Love an Island: Reading and Conversation with Poet / Organizer Ana Portnoy Brimmer"

    Ana Portnoy Brimmer, poet and organizer from Puerto Rico, will be talking about and reading from her debut poetry collection, To Love An Island. This book offers the stark recognition that disaster is political and colonialism the most violent of storms. Beginning with the aftermath of Hurricane María and spanning the summer insurrection of 2019 and subsequent earthquakes in Puerto Rico, To Love An Island is an exploration of collective trauma, an outpour of amassed grief, a desire for unleashed mourning, a fuck-you to resilience, a brandishing of resistance.

    Robert A. Jones '59 Conference Room

    Open to the Public
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    Ultimate Frisbee Practice

    Join us for ultimate frisbee practice! No experience necessary, cleats recommended!

    FH Grass Field

  • How Far Do Gun Rights Go?

    “A well-regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.” -The Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution

    Dana Auditorium (Sunderland Language Center)

    Open to the Public
  • Vinyasa Flow with Jordy

    Come join Jordy for a 60-minute vinyasa style yoga class to relax and unwind. You can take 8 of these classes to receive PE credit.

    Forest West Basement Activity Space (031)

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    Weekly SOH Arts & Culture Hangout

    An engaging and fun way to experience and learn about Israeli art and culture.
    Each week will provide something new and different according to students’ requests - including making art and learning calligraphy; Mystical topics of spells, amulets, and witchcraft in ancient Judaism and contemporary Israel; watching Israeli films and shows; graffiti in Tel-Aviv and Jerusalem; listening to Israeli music; meeting interesting people from various sectors of Israel; and cooking and eating lots of Israeli foods.

    Munroe 416

    Open to the Public
  • Fall Welcome Dinner

    Come join us for a Korean dinner and get to know more about Korean culture!

    Anderson Freeman Resource Center

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    Architecture Table Meeting

    What is architecture? Who does it? On campus, and in Vermont? Come join for our weekly discussion of architectural news, events, student initiatives and local town projects with guest architects and designers. Not an architecture student? We’d love to see you!

    Atwater Dining Seminar Room

    Closed to the Public
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    American Studies Guest Lecture: Prof. Ford Risley, "Abolition and the Press: The Moral Struggle Against Slavery"

    Prof. Ford Risley, Ph.D., Distinguished Professor of Communications at Penn State University, will give a guest lecture titled, “Abolition and the Press: The Moral Struggle Against Slavery.” Abolitionist newspapers played an essential role in opposing slavery in the decades before the Civil War. Some 40 newspapers were founded with the goal of promoting emancipation of the more than three million slaves in the United States. At a time when most mainstream publications either supported slavery or ignored the subject, abolitionist newspapers were an unmistakable voice of outrage.

    Axinn Center 232

    Open to the Public
  • Audax Group Information Session

    Get an overview of Audax and private equity from Midd Alumni at the Audax Group! They will also introduce various opportunities available to both rising junior and rising senior Middlebury students. With more than 300 employees, Audax is a leading capital partner for North American middle market companies and a leading alternative investment manager with offices in Boston, San Francisco (Private Equity) and New York (Private Debt).

    Register on Handshake

    Franklin Environmental Center, The Orchard-Hillcrest 103

    Closed to the Public