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Friday, May 7, 2021

  • Collaborative Art Installation: Reflections on the Year

    All of us have struggled with grief and loss this past year, and all of us have grown and changed in ways we could not have imagined.  Sharing loss and changes can help you and others feel less alone.  We invite you to share your thoughts, poetry, photographs or art in this collaborative art installation by pinning them onto the lines located in the Winter Garden in Axinn.

    Please respond to these three prompts on separate pieces of paper:

    Middlebury College

    Closed to the Public
  • Together While Apart: A Support Group Space for Students in Q/I

    This support group space is open to all Middlebury in-person and remote students who are in quarantine or isolation. The focus of this support group is connecting with one another, sharing your experiences, and together identifying ways to cope during a time that can feel isolating and uncertain. This support group space is a weekly, mostly drop-in group (students still need to “sign up” by reaching out to group counselor to request zoom link) offered through the Spring 2021 semester.

    Virtual Middlebury

    Closed to the Public
  • Biology Seminar: “Understanding the structure of behavior”, Dr. Sandeep Datta - Neurobiology, Harvard Med School

    Dr. Datta’s lab focuses on understanding how sensory cues — particularly odors — are detected by the nervous system, and how the brain transforms information about the presence of salient sensory cues into patterns of motivated action. 

    Register in advance, by visiting: go.middlebury.edu/BioSeminarDatta

    Sponsored by the Department of Biology.

    Virtual Middlebury

    Open to the Public
  • In-Person Jumma

    Islamic Friday Service with sermon and prayer.

    McCullough - Mitchell Green Lounge

    Closed to the Public
  • Meditation and Breathwork for Relaxation

    This is a drop-in group: come to as many sessions as you’d like. No commitment needed, but you will need to email Brian Tobin for the Zoom link (bstobin@middlebury.edu).

    Guided on Mondays by Brian Tobin, LCMHC and on Fridays by Hollis Easter, MA

    Closed to the Public
  • Middlab Event: Managing Your Scholarly Identity

    Our May MiddLab Coffee Break is focused on the topic of managing your scholarly identity. A digital scholarly ID is a unique code that distinguishes you from other authors with a similar name, and allows you to link your scholarly activity across your career. Managing your scholarly identifiers also helps you to curate your digital self and help other researchers find your work.

    Virtual Middlebury

    Closed to the Public
  • The Body Project

    Join Health Educators Barbara McCall and Maddie Hope for a 4-week series on growing your connection to your own body. Too often we are bombarded by messages rooted in systems of oppression and money-making schemes about how our bodies “should” look, feel or be. This interactive series is meant to honor your body’s journey and the inherent wisdom inside of you. Sessions will be a combination of reflection, education, and conversation. This workshop is open to all people with a body.

    Virtual Middlebury

    Closed to the Public
  • Free Professional Headshots (Co-hosted by SGA DEI Committee and CCI)

    Need a new profile photo? The SGA Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee and the Center for Careers and Internships (CCI) have partnered to provide free professional headshots, to be taken by our very own Middlebury College student photographers! Two sessions will be held on Friday, May 7th, and Tuesday, May 11th from 4:30-6:00pm. Pictures will be taken on Battell Beach and emailed directly to students within two weeks of the session date.

    To Be Announced

  • Shabbat Services

    Join us for an in person service to welcome Shabbat, the day of rest. You will need to register in advance for this event—please email hillel@middlebury.edu for more information. There are usually two service times; 5:30 and 6:30 pm.

    Freeman International Center Annex

  • Spring Dance Concert

    This dynamic evening of ideas in motion showcases choreography by emerging student dance artists. The evening is directed by Scholar in Residence Karima Borni in collaboration with the student choreographers. Free.

    Attendance is limited by capacity, students can register here to reserve your spot: https://forms.gle/HPRfF8rpMdhaBnja6
    The showing will also be live streamed to the Dance Program Youtube channel: go.middlebury.edu/danceconcert

    Mahaney Arts Center Dance Theatre

  • Bob Ross Painting Night

    In this workshop, we will project a Bob Ross tutorial video and demonstrate basic painting fundamentals. Enjoy this chance to meet other students and remember that there are no mistakes, just happy accidents! No previous art experience is required, and supplies will be provided.

    McCullough Quad Tent

Saturday, May 8, 2021

  • Collaborative Art Installation: Reflections on the Year

    All of us have struggled with grief and loss this past year, and all of us have grown and changed in ways we could not have imagined.  Sharing loss and changes can help you and others feel less alone.  We invite you to share your thoughts, poetry, photographs or art in this collaborative art installation by pinning them onto the lines located in the Winter Garden in Axinn.

    Please respond to these three prompts on separate pieces of paper:

    Middlebury College

    Closed to the Public
  • SPRING FLING ...yourself across the finish line!

    Join us for a 5K/10K fun run/walk on Saturday, May 8th to support GlobeMed’s partner organization, Conservation Heritage Turambe!

    $5 donation to enter. Register at go/springfling and learn more about Conservation Heritage Turambe’s work at go/CHT.

    This fundraiser does not support Middlebury College. Donations are not tax-deductible.

    Proctor Terrace

  • Tree Restoration Planting

    Wildmidd is replanting a natural clay plain forest in the field behind the recycling center. This important forest will provide habitat for many animals and aid in carbon sequestration. This is a super exciting event to reforest part of college land. We would love people to get involved!

    The field next to the class of 97 trail near the recycling center

    To Be Announced

  • Cultivating Leadership in Connection to the Life of The Prophet

    Khalid Latif is the University Chaplain for New York University and Executive Director of the Islamic Center at NYU. Iman Latif will speak about the ways in which young Muslims can be leaders in their communities with a connection to the life of The Prophet (peace be upon him). Join us this Saturday at 2 pm to listen to his talk on leadership and faith.

    Virtual Middlebury