Selingo said it is time to rethink higher education in our changing economy. His newest book There is Life After College describes the skills gap that students face.
Aissatou Gaye ’16 has just received a $10,000 grant from Projects for Peace, an organization that empowers undergraduates worldwide to pursue ideas that harbor peace[…]
On Sunday evening, May 8, the new MiddRides phone application successfully underwent its first trial run. The app, which drastically increases MiddRides efficiency, is set[…]
Professor of Political Science Matt Dickinson and Associate Director of the Anderson Freeman Resource Center Jennifer Herrera were honored at a ceremony for receiving the[…]
On Friday, May 6 and Saturday, May 7 the Alliance for an Inclusive Middlebury (AIM) held its inaugural symposium, entitled “Activists, Allies and Accomplices: Responses[…]
Approximately $2,000 in unapproved expenditures were charged to the budget account of the Student Government Association (SGA). The charges were made on behalf of the[…]