1990s, Alumni, Athletics, Entrepreneurship, Experience, Identity
Peter Holmes à Court ’90 joined Paralympian Chris Waddell ’91 on Waddell’s podcast, Living It, to share insights from his journey to find meaning as a father, businessman, and member of society.
2010s, 2020s, Alumni, Entrepreneurship, Experience, Science & Tech
Explore what data analytics looks like in real-world careers with the latest of the MIDDVantage series offered by the Center for Careers and Internships.
2000s, Alumni, Entrepreneurship
Michael Sims ’00 is the co-owner of Middlebury-based FLORA, one of three stores in Vermont to welcome long lines of customers on October 1, the first day of legal recreational cannabis sales.
2020s, Middlebury College, Academic Excellence, Entrepreneurship, Science & Tech, Students
Brett Perlmutter ’23 and Sam Segal ’23 were profiled in Entrepreneur Magazine for their creation of bulletpitch, a newsletter that highlights promising startups for investors.
2010s, Alumni, Entrepreneurship, Environment, Science & Tech
Lizzie Horvitz ’10 appeared on the TODAY Show to give ratings for commonly used green products and advice on how to make the most of eco-friendly products.
2010s, Middlebury College, Alumni, Entrepreneurship, Experience, Identity
Max Eingorn ’14 and two childhood friends are seeking town permission to operate a 3,000-square-foot indoor cannabis growing operation in southern Middlebury.
2010s, Middlebury College, Alumni, Entrepreneurship
Slate Teams, cofounded by Will Brooke ’14.5, has been named #2 on Fast Company’s list of most innovative video companies in 2022.
2020s, Middlebury College, Entrepreneurship, Experience, Students
Catch up on the food front at the College.
2000s, Middlebury College, Alumni, Arts, Language, Culture, Entrepreneurship, Identity
With a YouTube channel focused on living with multiple sclerosis, Damian Washington ’03 reaches thousands of viewers as a “micro-influencer.”
1970s, 1980s, Middlebury College, Alumni, Arts, Language, Culture, Entrepreneurship
Danforth Pewter is seeking a $425,000 state grant that would allow it to grow its Seymour Street campus.