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The men’s track and field team poses after winning their first conference championship crown, taking it from the two-time defending champions, Williams.

Men’s Track and Field Wins First Conference Crown

May 3, 2018

In the past five seasons, the men’s track and field team has finished second, third and fourth at Nescacs, but not first. In fact, the Panthers had never won a Nescac championship … until last Saturday,...

‘Some Alumni Cling to Nostalgia’: How a Protest Impacted Giving

‘Some Alumni Cling to Nostalgia’: How a Protest Impacted Giving

April 4, 2018

In the beneficiary relationship between the college and its donors, the emotional ties that alumni maintain with the larger community cannot be overlooked, as they shape the flow of donations to the college’s...

ISO Show Breaks Through Boundaries

ISO Show Breaks Through Boundaries

November 29, 2017

This Saturday, Dec. 2, the International Student Organization (ISO) will put on the 21st rendition of its annual show. The show is a yearly highlight for an organization that also organizes international...

10 Years of Innovation

November 8, 2017

The Middlebury Center for Creativity, Innovation, and Social Entrepreneurship celebrated its 10-year anniversary on Sunday Oct. 29. Alternatively known as the Innovation Hub, the Center welcomed guests...

Emily Ma ’21 and Catherine Marshall ’21 toast to life and murder.

Students Make College Acting Debut in First-Year Show

October 18, 2017

Two homicidal bridesmaids drinking away jealousy at their best friend’s wedding. Manic office drones trying their best to recapture the creative dreams that brought them to New York City. Two people...

Students and administrators gathered at Wilson Hall in McCullough Student Center for an open forum Tuesday.

Students, Admin Confer at Forum

October 4, 2017

Senior administrators held an open forum with students Tuesday evening, discussing the results of recent student surveys and fielding questions about institutional transparency and student life. Student...

Notes From the Desk: Flags in the Wind

October 4, 2017

As a Chicago Bears fan, I’ve always found football season a source wasted hope and flat out disappointment. A blowout 21-point loss to the Green Bay Packers seemed like another fitting end for an aggressively...

Middlebury Radio Speaks Volumes

September 27, 2017

The first WRMC show is still memorable. On a chilly September morning, my two co-deejays and I shook ourselves out of our beds, trekked to Proctor , and climbed to the WRMC studio. Excitement kept our...

 SOS Fest 2017 is co-funded and sponsered byWRMC, MCAB, and the Gamut Room.

S.O.S Fest Fones in Soulful Hip-Hop Act

September 14, 2017

I blessed myself inside your arms one day/Swear to God there I was when the dress/ And the silver buttons fade away/ Miss Mary Mattress geriatrics, f’*** me into open caskets/ I wanna die with this/...

The Mahaney Center for the Arts will kick off its 25 anniversary season with a performance from BANDALOOP.

Mahaney Center Celebrates 25th Season

September 14, 2017

This fall, the Mahaney Center for the Arts will celebrate its 25 anniversary in style, bringing to the College an exciting schedule of events showcasing a variety of artistic disciplines. The scheduled...

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