LeeCharles McNeil ’23 credits Middlebury with exposing him to “viewpoints and belief systems that…I never knew existed.” In this piece, he reflects on how coming to Middlebury has changed him for the better. LeeCharles is a recipient of the Barbara and John Tormondsen ’82 Scholarship.
Olivia Olson ’21.5 shares her summer research about extinct sea minks in Maine, and how her work can help inform preservation practices for other species.
Middlebury economics professor Caitlin Myers, along with history professor Kathryn Morse, is directing an initiative titled midd.data, with a goal of making digital methods and data science lessons widely available to students, regardless of their intended major.
Shawn Ryan ’88 is slated to serve as writer and showrunner for a Netflix adaptation of Matthew Quirk’s bestselling novel The Night Agent. The story follows an FBI agent working in the White House basement and a conspiracy that he stumbles into.
Blanche Ames Ames was a suffragist, activist, and inventor often left out of history books, so William Ames ’66 stepped in to executive produce a documentary about his exceptional family member.
Christina Conklin ’90 created an array of maps from seaweed for this new book that she coauthored with Marina Psaros, each showing locations in our world vulnerable to the ravages of climate change.
Representatives from around Vermont, including Middlebury College, celebrated the start of gas production at the Northeast’s largest anaerobic digester at a dairy farm in Salisbury, Vermont.
The Middlebury School of Hebrew has received a $1.17 million donation from the Jack, Joseph, and Morton Mandel Supporting Foundation.
SheFly Apparel beat out over 100 startups to win one of four spots in the Moosejaw Outdoor Acceleration program.