Hundreds of students, faculty, staff and community members gathered in the snow outside McCullough Student Center on Feb. 2 to participate in the Rally for Refugees.
About 30 students traveled in the college vans to attend the Women’s March, and many others drove down on their own.
Project Pengyou, an organization that works at high schools and colleges to encourage cooperation between the United States and China, hosted a student panel event on Nov. 17 as part of Pengyou Day.
Middlebury Quidditch hosted its first major tournament in five years last Sunday: the Middlebury Classic.
The College hosted the first “Feminist Alumnx Retreat” from Nov. 4-5, inviting graduated majors and minors of the Gender Sexuality and Feminist Studies program (GSFS),[…]
Jim Grimsley, an author and self-identified “recovering racist,” spoke on Oct. 27 about his experience living through school integration in the 1960s.
Anti-Semitism on college campuses is not a new phenomenon. During the early 1900s, many schools capped the admission of Jewish students at a certain percent.
By Sarah Asch The Ron and Jessica Liebowitz Fund For Innovation, established in March 2015 in honor of the College’s 16th president and his wife,[…]
The Intellectual Property Working Group (IPWG) announced the proposal of their new intellectual property (IP) policy at an open meeting on Sept. 21 for the[…]
When Dr. Rick Hodes ’75 went to Ethiopia in 1985 to volunteer, he never dreamed he would spend the next 30 years of his life practicing medicine abroad.
President Laurie L. Patton announced in an email that the College will implement a pilot program in fall 2016 that will allow faculty and staff to bring their dogs to work.