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Miguel Sanchez-Tortoledo and his mother, Juana Tortoledo.

[Photo] Remembering Miguel Sanchez-Tortoledo ’23

September 16, 2021

Miguel Sanchez-Tortoledo and his mother, Juana Tortoledo.

Reenactors gather on the battlefield to recreate moments from the Battle of Hubbardton, the only battle fought on what is currently Vermont soil.

[Photo] Vermont begins planning for 250th anniversary of 1776

May 20, 2021

Reenactors gather on the battlefield to recreate moments from the Battle of Hubbardton, the only battle fought on what is currently Vermont soil.

Battell Hall, completed in 1955, is the oldest of the current first-year dorms.

[Photo] College to replace Battell with new first-year dorm

May 20, 2021

Battell Hall, completed in 1955, is the oldest of the current first-year dorms.

Within thirty minutes of Middlebury, students can explore several short hikes, including the one pictured of Mount Horrid near Goshen, VT.

[Photo] Biting into crunchiness culture: Midd students engage with the outdoors

May 13, 2021

Within thirty minutes of Middlebury, students can explore several short hikes, including the one pictured of Mount Horrid near Goshen, VT.

Back when this photo was taken in late 1980s, Mister Ups was a prime pre-game spot for students before heading back to campus for a night of partying.

[Photo] MiddKids and townies: It’s complicated

May 13, 2021

Back when this photo was taken in late 1980s, Mister Ups was a prime pre-game spot for students before heading back to campus for a night of partying.

According to its website, Vermont Electric Cooperative is committed to finding innovative solutions to energy while delivering responsible rates to members.

[Photo] Limited campus tours resume for admitted students

May 6, 2021

According to its website, Vermont Electric Cooperative is committed to finding innovative solutions to energy while delivering responsible rates to members.

Sugar maple trees, such as those pictured here, can be tapped for sap during certain weeks in spring.

[Photo] Sugaring gets a late start in Vermont due to cold weather

April 29, 2021

Sugar maple trees, such as those pictured here, can be tapped for sap during certain weeks in spring.

Vermonters John B. Derick, Mark Levine and Curtiss Reed Jr. will receive honorary degrees from the college at this year’s commencement ceremony. (Left to right)

[Photo] Tony award-winning playwright Anaïs Mitchell ’04 will give 2021 commencement address

April 29, 2021

Vermonters John B. Derick, Mark Levine and Curtiss Reed Jr. will receive honorary degrees from the college at this year’s commencement ceremony. (Left to right)

Several on-campus buildings have been repurposed as quarantine and isolation housing this year including Adirondack House (above), which usually functions as the Center for Careers and Internships.

[Photo] Asian affinity groups process grief, anger after Atlanta shootings

April 15, 2021

Several on-campus buildings have been repurposed as quarantine and isolation housing this year including Adirondack House (above), which usually functions as the Center for Careers and Internships.

Head Coach Mike Leonard looks on as the baseball team prepares for NESCAC play.

[Photo] Men’s baseball

April 8, 2021

Head Coach Mike Leonard looks on as the baseball team prepares for NESCAC play.

Several on-campus buildings have been repurposed as quarantine and isolation housing this year including Adirondack House (above), which usually functions as the Center for Careers and Internships.

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April 8, 2021

Several on-campus buildings have been repurposed as quarantine and isolation housing this year including Adirondack House (above), which usually functions as the Center for Careers and Internships.

Before moving to Middlebury, Buy Again Alley owner Jutta Miska lived in Germany and was a social worker specializing in working with blind and visually impaired young adults.

[Photo] Buy Again Alley founder Jutta Miska and her lifelong commitment to supporting teens

March 18, 2021

Before moving to Middlebury, Buy Again Alley owner Jutta Miska lived in Germany and was a social worker specializing in working with blind and visually impaired young adults.

Chief Don Stevens is set to give the second of three presentations as part of CCVs Abenaki lecture series this spring.

[Photo] Migrant Justice calls upon Hannaford to join Milk with Dignity program

March 18, 2021

Chief Don Stevens is set to give the second of three presentations as part of CCV's Abenaki lecture series this spring.

The team that developed the app consisted of nine team members of various academic backgrounds.

[Photo] Students work with community to create Eat Local VT, new app for sourcing local foods

March 4, 2021

The team that developed the app consisted of nine team members of various academic backgrounds.

Esther Thomas was elected to the selectboard in the March 2 election, occupying the seat that was previously held by Professor of Philosophy Victor Nuovo.

[Photo] Addison County races to administer vaccines under evolving guidelines

March 4, 2021

Esther Thomas was elected to the selectboard in the March 2 election, occupying the seat that was previously held by Professor of Philosophy Victor Nuovo.

On-campus students will be able to take advantage of nine new heated tents, including some as large at 5,000 square feet.

[Photo] New outdoor spaces and student events are in store this spring

February 16, 2021

On-campus students will be able to take advantage of nine new heated tents, including some as large at 5,000 square feet.

Akhil Rao’s doctoral dissertation won the CGS/ProQuest Distinguished Dissertation award in the social sciences field.

[Photo] Middlebury professor Akhil Rao wins national dissertation award

February 16, 2021

Akhil Rao’s doctoral dissertation won the CGS/ProQuest Distinguished Dissertation award in the social sciences field.

Middlebury’s One Dollar Market originally opened in the lot that currently contains Subway in the late 1990s.

[Photo] The One Dollar Market and its iconic owner celebrate 25 years in Middlebury

February 4, 2021

Middlebury’s One Dollar Market originally opened in the lot that currently contains Subway in the late 1990s.

Administrative officials have been hard at work creating a function space that includes academic classrooms, a cafeteria, and spaces for extracurricular activities.

[Photo] Burlington High School will relocate to old Macy’s store in wake of toxic chemical clos

February 4, 2021

Administrative officials have been hard at work creating a function space that includes academic classrooms, a cafeteria, and spaces for extracurricular activities.

President Trumps personal attorney Rudy Giuliani holds a press conference following the November 3 election.

[Photo] Local police on alert after Middlebury rescinds Giuliani’s honorary degree

January 28, 2021

President Trump's personal attorney Rudy Giuliani holds a press conference following the November 3 election.

After unexpectedly needing to take this year off of school, Daniella Main is piecing together a year of work, studies, and travel.

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January 28, 2021

After unexpectedly needing to take this year off of school, Daniella Main is piecing together a year of work, studies, and travel.

Erin Lacey Robinson led the charge to prevent Ripton Elementary School from closing or being repurposed due to school consolidation efforts.

[Photo] Ripton votes to leave Addison school district

January 28, 2021

Erin Lacey Robinson led the charge to prevent Ripton Elementary School from closing or being repurposed due to school consolidation efforts.

Giuliani delivers remarks at the 2020 Republican National Convention, warning of crime and lawlessness in American cities.

[Photo] College revokes Giuliani’s honorary degree

January 12, 2021

Giuliani delivers remarks at the 2020 Republican National Convention, warning of crime and lawlessness in American cities.

Although freshman midfielder Bella Di Benedetto proudly wears number eight as a Panther, she is pictured above playing for her high school, Phillips Academy Andover.

[Photo] Freshman of the Week: Bella Di Benedetto ’24

December 3, 2020

Although freshman midfielder Bella Di Benedetto proudly wears number eight as a Panther, she is pictured above playing for her high school, Phillips Academy Andover.

The apple crop at Sunrise Orchards in Cornwall, VT.

[Photo] Covid-19 can’t squash Addison County farms

December 3, 2020

The apple crop at Sunrise Orchards in Cornwall, VT.

In an 18 minute long video, Middlebury community members read the name, age, reporting date and cause of death of migrants who perished while attempting to cross the U.S.-Mexico border.

[Photo] “Hostile Terrain 94”: Middlebury spotlights the death of migrants crossing the border

November 19, 2020

In an 18 minute long video, Middlebury community members read the name, age, reporting date and cause of death of migrants who perished while attempting to cross the U.S.-Mexico border.

Mara Strich ’22, currently holding the Miss Otter Creek title, will compete in the Miss Vermont competition next May.

[Photo] Mara Strich ’22 competes for Miss Vermont as Miss Otter Creek

November 19, 2020

Mara Strich ’22, currently holding the Miss Otter Creek title, will compete in the Miss Vermont competition next May.

Chenoa Hamilton, the owner of Jumelles Wellness Midwifery, offers central Vermont families services ranging from home birth care to lactation counseling.

[Photo] Vermonters turn to home births and midwifery during the pandemic

November 19, 2020

Chenoa Hamilton, the owner of Jumelles Wellness Midwifery, offers central Vermont families services ranging from home birth care to lactation counseling.

Vermont has seen a 46% increase in Covid-19 cases this week, in line with a national increase in cases and hospitalizations.

[Photo] Vermont breaks single-day Covid-19 record, adopts mandatory quarantine

November 11, 2020

Vermont has seen a 46% increase in Covid-19 cases this week, in line with a national increase in cases and hospitalizations.

One week after being named NESCAC Offensive Player of the Week, Tiger Lyon ’06, led the Panthers to victory against Tufts.

[Photo] Throwback Thursday: This day in 2005, Lyon spearheads comeback against Tufts

November 12, 2020

One week after being named NESCAC Offensive Player of the Week, Tiger Lyon ’06, led the Panthers to victory against Tufts.

Mamma Tamara, cucina Italiana is a catering business that travels to and serves Italian cuisine at farmers markets across the state of Vermont. Now, the business provides meals for the Vermont Everyone Eats program.

[Photo] Everyone Eats supports struggling restaurants and food-insecure households

November 12, 2020

Mamma Tamara, cucina Italiana is a catering business that travels to and serves Italian cuisine at farmers markets across the state of Vermont. Now, the business provides meals for the Vermont Everyone...

Representative Peter Welch sits on the floor of the House of Representatives with Representative John Lewis while protesting against gun violence in 2016.

[Photo] U.S. Congressman Peter Welch talks race, climate change, and bipartisanship

October 29, 2020

Representative Peter Welch sits on the floor of the House of Representatives with Representative John Lewis while protesting against gun violence in 2016.

Middlebury junior feb Asa Skinder runs for high bailiff office in Washington County on the platform of police reform.

[Photo] ‘I wrote myself in’: Asa Skinder ’22.5 runs for high bailiff in Vermont’s Washington County

October 29, 2020

Middlebury junior feb Asa Skinder runs for high bailiff office in Washington County on the platform of police reform.

Recent St. Lawrence University grad RC Di Mezzo is leading efforts to defeat Trump in his position as national press secretary for the Lincoln Project.

[Photo] ‘Larger than partisanship’: A Vermont Democrat works with Lincoln Project Republicans to defeat President Trump

October 29, 2020

Recent St. Lawrence University grad RC Di Mezzo is leading efforts to defeat Trump in his position as national press secretary for the Lincoln Project.

Senator Ruth Hardy has had to adapt campaigning efforts to the Covid-19 pandemic, but feels more confident about this election than her 2018 race, when she was a new candidate stacked up against incumbents.

[Photo] Ruth Hardy adapts campaign to the times in second run for Vermont State Senate

October 29, 2020

Senator Ruth Hardy has had to adapt campaigning efforts to the Covid-19 pandemic, but feels more confident about this election than her 2018 race, when she was a new candidate stacked up against incumbents.

Middlebury-based attorney Dave Silberman is running for the little-known high bailiff position on a platform of criminal justice reform and racial equity.

[Photo] For Dave Silberman, forgotten high bailiff position offers new kind of platform

October 29, 2020

Middlebury-based attorney Dave Silberman is running for the little-known high bailiff position on a platform of criminal justice reform and racial equity.

Governor Phil Scott and challenger Lieutenant Governor David Zuckerman talk budgets, climate change and the Covid-19 pandemic.

[Photo] Heading into gubernatorial election, Governor Scott sustains as Lieutenant Governor Zuckerman campaigns

October 29, 2020

Governor Phil Scott and challenger Lieutenant Governor David Zuckerman talk budgets, climate change and the Covid-19 pandemic.

George Matthews Jr. sitting at the Middlebury carillion. He has been the man behind the bells for the past 35 years.

[Photo] Behind the Mead Chapel bells, carillonneur George Matthew Jr. plays for passion and protest

October 22, 2020

George Matthews Jr. sitting at the Middlebury carillion. He has been the man behind the bells for the past 35 years.

Burlington-based non-profit Migrant Justice proposed and advocated for the fund benefiting undocumented workers excluded from federal stimulus checks.

[Photo] Vermont becomes first state to offer Covid-19 economic aid to undocumented immigrants

October 15, 2020

Burlington-based non-profit Migrant Justice proposed and advocated for the fund benefiting undocumented workers excluded from federal stimulus checks.

Kim and Robinson moved to Middlebury from southern California in July and have been learning the ropes at the inn ever since.

[Photo] New Swift House Inn owners work to find footing in Middlebury

October 15, 2020

Kim and Robinson moved to Middlebury from southern California in July and have been learning the ropes at the inn ever since.

Sabian Edouard ‘21 is a newly elected senior senator.

[Photo] Students elect first-year senators, senior senator to Student Government

October 1, 2020

Sabian Edouard ‘21 is a newly elected senior senator.

Emily Klar continues to work for three different ambulance services while studying remotely in Vermont this semester.

[Photo] The essential workers among us: MiddKids on the frontlines

September 24, 2020

Emily Klar continues to work for three different ambulance services while studying remotely in Vermont this semester.

Will Jernigan ’21, one of several athletes taking time off this semester, embraces head coach Bob Ritter on the field after a game.

[Photo] Athletes on leave turn to future seasons

September 24, 2020

Will Jernigan ’21, one of several athletes taking time off this semester, embraces head coach Bob Ritter on the field after a game.

Sophie Clarke ’11 is pictured with classmates Ashley Quisol ’11 (left) and Casey Mahoney ’11 (right) from their second-year Russian grammar course,  along with Russian professor Kevin Moss who taught the course, at their fifth-year reunion in 2016.

[Photo] Sophie Clarke ’11 takes on ‘Survivor’ … twice

May 14, 2020

Sophie Clarke ’11 is pictured with classmates Ashley Quisol ’11 (left) and Casey Mahoney ’11 (right) from their second-year Russian grammar course, along with Russian professor Kevin Moss who taught...

One of the pros of the pandemic has been the decrease of pollution in the city, which now allows Somoza to see for miles.

[Photo] Paula Somoza ‘21.5 in São Paulo, Brazil

May 8, 2020

One of the pros of the pandemic has been the decrease of pollution in the city, which now allows Somoza to see for miles.

It only seems fitting to post something I baked since it seems like the whole world has gotten into baking recently. Dont worry though, this isnt another banana bread post. This is actually an Eiffel Tower chocolate cake baked by my me and my mum. 

[Photo] Nicole Le Mesurier ’21 in Singapore

May 8, 2020

It only seems fitting to post something I baked since it seems like the whole world has gotten into baking recently. Don't worry though, this isn't another banana bread post. This is actually an Eiffel...

Tulip galore in my neighborhoods open-air market - my favorite flowers!

[Photo] Miraal Naseer ’21 in Hamburg, Germany

May 8, 2020

Tulip galore in my neighborhood's open-air market - my favorite flowers!

The view from Hussain’s window. 

[Photo] M. Faisal Hussain ’21 in Karachi, Pakistan

May 8, 2020

The view from Hussain’s window. 

Wu’s cluttered desk at home.

[Photo] Florence Wu ’22 in Auckland, New Zealand

May 8, 2020

Wu’s cluttered desk at home.

Ive been spending a lot of quality time with Thomas, one of my four cats!

[Photo] Arthur Martins ‘22.5 in Brasilia, Brazil

May 8, 2020

I've been spending a lot of quality time with Thomas, one of my four cats!

Hunter Graham and Alec Wilson 21.

[Photo] Hunter Graham ’20 nominated for prestigious ROTC award

May 7, 2020

Hunter Graham and Alec Wilson 21.

A whiteboard in the facilities building this March announced that most open positions were in the process of being filled. In the fall, when there were significant vacancies in facilities, that board typically listed the positions that were open.

[Photo] Freeze puts hiring on pause, though many positions were already filled

May 7, 2020

A whiteboard in the facilities building this March announced that most open positions were in the process of being filled. In the fall, when there were significant vacancies in facilities, that board typically...

The Charter House Coalition continues to provide support to the Addison County homeless community with a modified shelter program, relying on local hotels and motels in Middlebury, including the Middlebury Marriott,  to provide short-term housing.

[Photo] Charter House continues a modified shelter program with state oversight

May 7, 2020

The Charter House Coalition continues to provide support to the Addison County homeless community with a modified shelter program, relying on local hotels and motels in Middlebury, including the Middlebury...

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