The Men’s Basketball team ended its season with a loss last Saturday night, March 11, to conference-rival Williams in the quarterfinals of the NCAA Tournament. The Panthers finish the season with a 27-4 record.
The Middlebury Men’s Basketball team won its second NESCAC championship in as many years, getting revenge on a Williams team that had blown the Panthers out just weeks earlier.
The second-seeded men’s basketball team — ranked tenth in the nation — defeated seventh-seeded Bates in the NESCAC Quarterfinal last Saturday, Feb. 18, behind a career performance by Matt St. Amour ’17.
Men’s Basketball strung together four consecutive conference victories last week to extend their seven game winning streak and solidify their elite status in the NESCAC[…]
The men’s basketball team opened their season by winning three straight before falling to Endicott last Sunday, Nov. 27. The Panthers began the year ranked[…]
In the weeks since the death of Murphy Roberts ’17, students have been celebrating Murphy’s life across the country and online. On Sunday, Aug. 14, Murphy passed away in a Utah hospital.
On Monday, Nov. 30, Miguel A. Fernández and Roberto Lint Sagarena hosted a town hall discussion in Dana Auditorium. The discussion was focused on cultural appropriation, the need for a respectful and mindful community and the need for students to be educated about race, culture and history.
Building off of the past two decades of the Executive-in-Residence Program, this fall marked the introduction of the Professors of the Practice Program, created by[…]
Community Council voted on Monday against a proposal to install security cameras in the hallways where bags are left outside of dining halls, with the[…]
This fall, McEathron will be making his dream a reality as he appears on the ballot as a candidate for one of two representatives of the town of Middlebury in the Vermont House of Representatives.