Tuesday, April 30, 2024

  • Weekly Politics Luncheon

    Students, staff, alumni and the public are invited to attend this weekly nonpartisan discussion of recent political events, hosted by Professor Matthew Dickinson. Held almost every Tuesday 12:30-1:30 pm EST. in person and by zoom. Check the calendar for dates. No expertise assumed. All viewpoints welcome. To register for the zoom sessions, please contact Prof. Dickinson at his email:

    Robert A. Jones '59 Conference Room

    Open to the Public
  • Open Darkroom Hours

    A couple of hours that a student can come to the darkroom to checkout film photography equipment, develop film or print photos with a mentor there for aid. 

    Forest Darkroom

  • TWYN: Take What You Need

    TWYN is a pop-up care space for unstructured down time. Come in to rest, release tension, be creative, or reflect.  Middlebury Counseling will bring in materials such as yoga mats, massage rollers and art supplies.

    Anderson Freeman Resource Center

    Closed to the Public
  • Mental Health day - Stress Busters

    Stressed from finals? Come and see therapy dogs, get some healthcare goods, and talk with faculty and have some time to take care of your self!

    MCCullough Grille Foyer

    Closed to the Public
  • Middlebury College Quadball Practice

    Join Club Quadball for weekly practice. Find us at Battell Beach.  All are welcome regardless of identity and skill level. Hope to see you there.

    Battell Beach

  • 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

  • "Creating Effective Public Policies in Nigeria: Benefits of Agricultural Extension Services"

    Toyib Aremu is a Ph.D. candidate at the University of Vermont’s program in sustainable development policy, economics and governance. His dissertation focuses on the use of scientific evidence to support the agricultural development policy-making process in Nigeria. He has experience in analyzing nationally representative household surveys, supporting multi-stakeholder processes and researching the welfare impact of smallholder farmer access to advisory services.

    McCardell Bicentennial Hall 104

    Open to the Public
  • Cycling Group Ride

    Group rides leave from ADK at 4:45 Monday through Thursday. Come join us for your next ride!

    Off Campus

  • Religious LIfe Council meeting

    Monthly gathering of the leaders of the Religious Life Cluster of student organizations.  Pizza from Nino’s and beverages will be served.

    McCullough Crest Room

  • Storytelling for Change, Storytelling for Climate Change

    Coordinating with the President and Provost’s Offices, Sustainability and Environmental Affairs, Climate Action Program, and others, we have the great privilege of bringing Frank Sesno ‘77 to campus for a week-long residency April 29-May 4. In this talk, he will share his strategies and secrets to telling great climate change stories through a variety of media.

    Dana Auditorium (Sunderland Language Center)

    Open to the Public
  • poster with a ballet dancer at a barre and text about the classes

    Beginner/Intermediate Ballet with Barbara Doyle-Wilch

    Ballet returns to the Dance Department this Spring. Classical Ballet technique in traditional ballet class structure. No pointe shoes, please.
    Each session is open to a maximum of 20 participants. PE credit is available for attendance at 8 classes. Previous dance experience in any form is recommended.
    Use this link to register

    Mahaney Arts Center Dance Studio

    Closed to the Public
  • Power Vinyasa with Natalie Eddy

    Join Natalies 60-minute power yoga class, where you can earn PE Credit as long as you attend at least 8 of these classes. Mats will be provided to those that need them.

    Forest West Basement Activity Space (031)

  • Yom HaShoah Film Screening, with director Melissa Hacker

    We are thrilled to be screening the 1996 documentary film “My Knees Were Jumping: Remembering the Kindertransports,” in honor of the upcoming Holocaust Remembrance Day. Even more thrilling, film director Melissa Hacker will join us in person for the screening and a discussion afterward. The film tells the story of The Kindertransport movement which brought nearly 10,000 children to Great Britain from Nazi Germany, Austria, Czechoslovakia and Poland, before the advent of World War II, saving many of their lives.

    Twilight Auditorium 101

    Open to the Public
  • Voices of Indigenous Peoples Weekly Planning Meeting

    Please come join the members of Voices of Indigenous Peoples (V.I.P.) every Tuesday in the Hepburn Seminar room at 5:15. During this time, we will build relationships with one another, plan future events, and provide a sense of community for any Indigenous or Non-Indigenous Ally here at Middlebury. 

    Hepburn Seminar Room 127

  • 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

  • Quran Reading Circle

    Join us to recite, reflect, or simply listen tot he Quran. Volunteers will recite a verse in Arabic followed by an English translation and discussion. All levels are welcome! 

    McCullough Crest Room