Bauhaus: they were here (in Weimar Germany) and they were queer

Bauhaus: they were here (in Weimar Germany) and they were queer

By JACK CAREW

September 19, 2019

Dr. Elizabeth Otto presented on her forthcoming book about queer identities and the Bauhaus last Wednesday.

The Librarian is in

The Librarian is in

By KATRINA SPENCER

September 19, 2019

Ta-Nehisi Coates' memoir "Between the World and Me" discusses his youth and education as a black man.

Reel Critic: ‘Monos’

Reel Critic: ‘Monos’

By Nathan Newbold

September 19, 2019

"Monos" is both beautiful and violent in its portrayal of a group of teenage soldiers.

Reel Critic: ‘The Peanut Butter Falcon’

Reel Critic: ‘The Peanut Butter Falcon’

By OWEN MASON-HILL

September 19, 2019

"The Peanut Butter Falcon" is a film about self-discovery and self-definition through companionship.

Grads kick it old school during Alumni College weekend

Grads kick it old school during Alumni College weekend

By APRIL QIAN

September 12, 2019

Late in the summer, 139 alumni arrived at Breadloaf for the 44th annual Alumni College weekend.

Off-Broadway babies: Potomac Theatre Project

Off-Broadway babies: Potomac Theatre Project

By SARAH BOYLE

September 12, 2019

So, you want to be a Broadway star? For a few chosen Middlebury students, this dream becomes a reality each summer with the Potomac Theatre Project. The Potomac Theatre Project, or PTP/NYC, is a Middlebury Theatre Department program that allows undergraduate students to be a part of the professi...

The Librarian is in

The Librarian is in

By KATRINA SPENCER

September 12, 2019

Katrina Spencer is a Literatures & Culture Librarian in the Davis Family Library who writes in weekly with her take on a different piece of art or piece of literature.

Hirschfield Film Series promises compelling, diverse season

Hirschfield Film Series promises compelling, diverse season

By Elsa Korpi

September 12, 2019

The Hirschfield International Film Series promises another packed season of screenings, launching with “Monos,” a Colombian “survivalist saga” directed by Alejandro Landes.

A new computer science building? Rather, an “interim academic space”

A new computer science building? Rather, an “interim academic space”

By SABINE POUX

September 12, 2019

Take a tour of the college's most recent architectural endeavor: "the interim academic space."

The Performing Arts Series is celebrating its 100th anniversary; we should be celebrating, too

By BEN BEESE

September 12, 2019

With the start of the new semester, comes the opening of the 2019–2020 season of the Middlebury Performing Arts Series. This season is going to be spectacular, with old favorites such as cellist Sophie Shao (her 12th consecutive season at Middlebury) and pianist Paul Lewis (for his 22nd Middlebury ...

Middlebury Evacuated its School in Cameroon. Was it the Right Decision?

Middlebury Evacuated its School in Cameroon. Was it the Right Decision?

By NICK GARBER

May 9, 2019

Four students studying abroad in Middlebury’s school in Yaoundé, Cameroon, received a cryptic message from the program’s director, asking them to meet for dinner at the home of one of their host families.

‘Let There Be Dance’: Senior Dance Theses Dazzle

By JOHN VAALER

May 9, 2019

“Chosen Family,”  — the senior dance thesis that Caleb Green ’19, Lucy Grinnan ’19.5 and Maggie Phillips ’19 put on at the Dance Theater in the Mahaney Center for the Arts rocketed beyond the gray solar system of human predictability.

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