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by Eva Gudbergsdottir

Lighted Boat Parade 2017
The annual Lighted Boat Parade lights up Monterey in December. Wishing all of you peace and happiness in the coming year as we celebrate achievements and stories from 2017.

As we look forward to the new year, we also celebrate the achievements and major institutional stories of 2017. These stories are not intended to be all-inclusive, but rather to offer a brief glimpse of the Middlebury Institute‘s unique community and character.

All Eyes on North Korea

The world turns to the experts at the Institute's James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies to better understand the progress and capabilities of North Korea's nuclear weapons program

Professor Ed Laurance Reflects on 25 Years at the Institute

After a quarter century on the Institute faculty, Professor Ed Laurance retired from teaching this December.

A Spring Commencement to Remember

“We don’t all need to be full time activists, but we all need to be active,” Spring Commencement speaker Bill McKibben told 287 Middlebury Institute graduates from 31 countries.

Students Win Two of Six Student Prizes in UN Translation Contest

Students from the Middlebury Institute were awarded one third of the six available student prizes in the United Nations’ 12th annual St. Jerome Translation Contest.

Syrian Student Wants to Help Her Homeland

Lama Ranjous says being a student at the Middlebury Institute has helped her gain a better understanding of the conflict in her homeland of Syria and focused her dreams for the future.

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