Tuesday, February 27, 2024

  • Establishing Expectations – What do we know about our students?

    On Tuesday, February 27, Arthur Chiaravalli, scholar, educator, and now administrator at Champlain Valley Union High School, will join us to share his insights on what is shaping the academic and emotional development of today’s high school students. As the founder of Teachers Going Gradeless, Arthur will also entertain questions about the impact of different forms of evaluation and assessment, including “-less” grading as well as no grading within a grading environment.

    Davis Family Library Center for Teaching, Learning and Research

    Closed to the Public
  • 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
  • Holistic Futures Circles

    What is the world we want to live in? How can we cultivate a stronger sense of interconnection, interdependence and holistic healing? Franklin Environmental Center Artist in Residence Dr. Carolyn Finney, Sophia Calvi, and Tara Federoff are holding circle to continue exploration into what holistic sustainability and futures can look like in a changing world.

    Franklin Environmental Center, The Orchard-Hillcrest 103

    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

  • 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)

  • 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

  • Prophetic Peacemakers in Spiritual & Religious Traditions (dinner discussion)

    Join the Scott Center chaplains as they explore the dynamic lives of visionary and prophetic peacemakers in their respective religious and ethical traditions. Who are these exemplary visionaries and what made their peacemaking prophetic in ways that can inspire us today to respond and resolve social injustices, tensions or upheavals? 

    McCullough Crest Room

  • Tav Recruitment - Slime Making

    Join is in the Great Hall of Omega Alpha to make slime! This is a part of the joining process for TAV, if you are interested in learning more, please visit go/tav/

    OA/Brackett House 1st Flr Lounge (Tavern)

  • 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

  • RISE Weekly Meeting

    Research & Investment in Sustainable Equity (RISE) weekly meeting.

    Research & Investment in Sustainable Equity (RISE) is a Middlebury College student investment group that seeks to invest in publically traded companies with superior financial and environmental, social, and governance characteristics. (Open to all students)

    Munroe 311

  • Book of Matthews Small Group

    his is a bible study where Christians can learn more about their faith through close reading of the book of Matthew in the bible.

    McCullough - Mitchell Green Lounge

  • Architecture Table Meeting

    Architecture Table is a club for anyone with an appreciation for design and the built environment. We are a collection of students interested in design as a career, discipline and approach to solving problems in Middlebury, on the College campus and further afield. We welcome you to this growing community!

    Email us at if you have questions about getting involved.

    Johnson Classroom 204

Wednesday, February 28, 2024

  • Weekday Morning Sitting Meditation

    Join us for 15 minutes of silent meditation every weekday morning, led by various staff, faculty, and students. 

    McCullough Crest Room

  • Break It Down! Academic Reading and Study Skills

    Learn the most effective and efficient approaches to reading and studying and get the highest learning outcomes with the smallest investment of time possible. Bring your reading and your notes so you can practice what you learn with Learning Resources staff—or grab some handouts and go.

    Snacks and hot cocoa provided!

    Davis Family Library Center for Teaching, Learning and Research

    Closed to the Public
  • Spring I-9 Pop-Up

    Campus I-9 session for new student employees to complete the I-9. Please bring acceptable documents with you.

    MCCullough Grille Foyer

  • Wakeful Wednesdays

    Join Dean of Spiritual & Religious Life Mark R. Orten for 20 minutes of quiet contemplation with readings and music.

    McCullough Crest Room

  • What is Town Meeting Day? Talking Democracy

    Elections are a critical aspect of representative government, but self-government requires engagement more than once every few years. In this 2024 election year, this event will get us started talking about democracy by focusing on Vermont’s Town Meeting Day. Vermont’s small size and institutions provide a hopeful model for reinvigorating democracy.

    Professor Bert Johnson will offer a brief history and overview of Town Meeting Day in Vermont, Attendees will then join small group discussions about local government and a Q&A session. Refreshments will be served!

    Axinn Center 219

    Open to the Public