1980s, Language Schools, Alumni, Arts, Language, Culture
The new Netflix spy thriller
The Night Agent, created by Shawn Ryan ’88, may become one of the biggest original shows in the streamer’s history after reaching the top 10 list in more than 90 countries.
1980s, 2000s, Middlebury College, Academic Excellence, Alumni, Arts, Language, Culture, Entrepreneurship, Experience, Philanthropy, Staff
Middlebury has received a gift of $5 million from the Kelson Foundation to support the future of the Innovation Hub, home to Middlebury’s programs on creativity, innovation, and entrepreneurship.
1980s, Alumni, Environment, Faculty
Deirdre Heekin ’89 has been recognized as one of the 2023 Drinks Innovators of the Year by
Food & Wine. Meanwhile, earth and climate science professor Jeff Munroe is expanding the science of terroir by using a new analytical framework to pinpoint how environmental factors affect the resulting wine.
1980s, Alumni, Arts, Language, Culture, Identity
New York Times reviews Terra Nova, the latest novel by Henriette Lazaridis ’82, calling it “ingenious.”
1980s, 2000s, Middlebury College, Language Schools, Alumni, Athletics, Politics & Government
1980s, 1990s, 2020s, Equity & Justice, Politics & Government
Several in the Middlebury community who are personally or professionally affected by the war in Ukraine have been sharing their perspectives.
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.
1980s, 2020s, Middlebury College, Arts, Language, Culture, Experience, Faculty, Students
This past summer, Cole Merrell ’21 and Jacob Morton ’21 spent their days writing, filming, directing, and editing a web series titled The Deli People.
1980s, Middlebury College, Access, Alumni, Philanthropy
Middlebury has received a $10 million gift from Ted ’83 and Kathy O’Connor Truscott ’83 to support faculty and students.
1980s, Middlebury College, Alumni, Entrepreneurship, Environment
Trout Unlimited president and CEO Chris Wood ’88 is being honored as a 2022 inductee into the National Fresh Water Fishing Hall of Fame for his conservation work.