Kathryn DeSutter


Jonathan Safran Foer to Deliver 2013 Commencement Address

  Jonathan Safran Foer, author of Everything is Illuminated and other international best-selling works of both fiction and nonfiction, will deliver the commencement address to[…]

Bras in Bi Hall

Margaret Cramer ’12 presenter her “Commando” line of lingerie and swimwear at the Senior Job Fling on Wednesday, March 13 in McCardell Bicentennial Hall.

Delta House to Face Council’s Vote

  The Residential Life Committee, a subcommittee of Community Council, has recommended that Delta house be disbanded due to failure to comply with Inter-House Council[…]

The Campus Voice: Media Leaders

What will on-campus media look like in the future? How racially diverse are on-campus media organizations? What kind of programming can listeners expect from WRMC[…]

CEO of TNC Speaks on ‘Natural Capital’

“Business as usual for the environmental movement isn’t getting the job done,” said CEO of The Nature Conservancy (TNC) and Middlebury’s 2013 Environmentalist-in-Residence Mark Tercek[…]

Timeflies Headlines Spring Concert

  On Friday, April 12, the Middlebury College Activities Board (MCAB) will host hip-hop duo Timeflies in Pepin Gymnasium for the annual spring concert. Tickets[…]

The Campus Voice: IHH

For the second installment of The Campus Voice, News Editor Bronwyn Oatley ’13 discusses the topic of sexual assault on campus with It Happens Here[…]

Happy Valentine’s Day

Is physical contact necessary for love? Is seeing, touching sensing someone’s intimate presence necessary to feel the strongest connection to another? Falling in Love Through the[…]

Blizzard Hits Campus

The College cancelled all athletic events and closed the Parton Center for Health and Wellness on Friday, Feb. 8 due to a winter storm that[…]

Congratulations 2012.5!

The class of 2012.5 celebrated the end of their time at Middlebury on Saturday, Feb. 2. After a morning service at Mead Memorial Chapel, students[…]

Conservation Class Presentation

For any environmental studies or geography major who has been subject to the dreaded “cone of silence” of Middlebury’s Geographic Information Systems (GIS) course, it[…]

UN Secretary General Speaks at Monterey Institute

On Friday, Jan. 18 United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon gave a speech titled “Advancing the Disarmament and Nonproliferation Agenda: Seeking Peace in an Over-armed[…]

Trustees Seek Student Involvement

Trustees of the College met on campus this past weekend to discuss and vote on various issues of governance, experiential learning and student life, among[…]

Ward Prize Celebrates Best First-Year Paper

On Friday, Oct. 5 in the Twilight Auditorium at 4:15 p.m., an audience of over 75 faculty, staff, administrators, students and parents watched the ceremony[…]

The Campus Interviews His Holiness the Dalai Lama

On Saturday, Oct. 13, the Campus interviewed His Holiness the Dalai Lama, the spiritual leader of Tibetan Buddhism before his morning lecture at the College.[…]

Analyzing His Holiness’ Words

As noted above, the Campus’ Kathryn DeSutter interviewed His Holiness the Dalai Lama on Saturday, Oct. 13 before his lecture to the general public. Upon analyzing[…]

Dalai Lama Speaks to Middlebury on Educating the Heart

On Friday, Oct. 12, His Holiness the Dalai Lama addressed a crowd of faculty, staff, students and community members at Nelson Arena in his lecture[…]

SCOCC Candidates Debate

In front of Crossroads Cafe, the current candidates for Student Co-Chair of Community Council (SCOCC), Kathryn Benson ’13 and Barrett Smith ’13 took questions from[…]

China, Immigration Symposia Open on Campus

Symposiums organized by the International Politics and Economics (IPE) Department and the Juntos Migrant Outreach student group open this week. The IPE department symposium, held[…]

Happening on Campus

Welcome home, Middlebury. “Home” has a different definition for all of us. For the first-years who only just pushed over-eager parents out the doorway of[…]