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Midd arts scene extends into new space

Midd arts scene extends into new space

May 20, 2021

Even NASA’s Voyagers sing in space. They have each been equipped with a golden record filled with art, music, mathematics and greetings in an array of languages — prepared to communicate with the...

Giants Have Us In Their Books: Spring’s first faculty theater performance brings stories of change and growth

Giants Have Us In Their Books: Spring’s first faculty theater performance brings stories of change and growth

April 29, 2021

Think back to when you were younger, to a time when your creativity and imagination transported you into alternate worlds and transformed you into different versions of yourself. The childlike sense...

Where to find students in their study habitats

Where to find students in their study habitats

April 8, 2021

It’s midterm season again… but isn’t it always?  Nevertheless, it’s time to hunker down and do what we’re all here to do: study. Given the pandemic, the combination of completely remote,...

Picture of Maria Bobbitt-Chertock ’19.5

Maria BC’s “Devil’s Rain” finds comfort in contradictions

April 1, 2021

Are you looking for an intimate, introspective moment of relaxation and recuperation after a long week of studying? What could be better than putting a pair of headphones in, walking out into a fading...

A night in with Midd Movies, Middlebury’s newest streaming platform

A night in with Midd Movies, Middlebury’s newest streaming platform

March 11, 2021

It’s Friday night. Through a hazy memory of Middlebury of ancient times (well, a year ago), you can picture what you would normally be doing: getting dressed up in ridiculous outfits, gathering friends...

The characters engage in a discussion about the limited selection of monologues available to budding Asian American actors and the young actress is left disappointed after seeing few options for leads that she can relate to and portray. VAN BARTH

‘finally’: Production with an all-Asian cast spotlights issues of representation

November 12, 2020
“finally” turned a spotlight on the lack of Asian representation in the media and the performing arts.
A meeting of the editors, (from l. to r.) Grace Hering ’21.5, George Werner ’21 and Ben Beese ’21.5 COURTESY PHOTO

New magazine ‘To Whom it May Concern’ spotlights student curiosity

October 22, 2020
This semester, a new magazine is making its way to the Middlebury Campus.
Imani Woods, COURTESY.

Inaugural concert of fall 2020 features Grammy-nominated quintet

October 1, 2020
The Performing Arts Series is providing the gift of music in a time of uncertainty and pandemic-era stress. 
SARAH FAGAN

The only dating guide you’ll need this fall semester

September 10, 2020
Has quarantine loneliness got you down? Since many of us have now returned to campus, here is a list of ideas for your Phase I romantic endeavors. 

History Dept. debuts History of Science, Medicine and Technology track

April 30, 2020
Professors of History Febe Armanios, Rebecca Bennette and Ian Barrow have created a brand-new track within the college’s History Department: the History of Science, Medicine and Technology (HSMT).
'SEVEN' celebrates stories of women changemakers

‘SEVEN’ celebrates stories of women changemakers

March 12, 2020
L.A. Theatre Works brought a powerful arts experience to campus, highlighting the true stories of women who found their voices through human rights activism.
'Under the Covers: The Hidden Art of Endpapers'

‘Under the Covers: The Hidden Art of Endpapers’

February 27, 2020
The exhibit in the atrium of Davis Library displays beautiful endpapers in Middlebury's collection of books.
Evolution’s fall show, titled “The Mask Has Fallen,” featured urban dance performances choreographed and performd entirely by students.

Evolution dancers drop their masks

November 7, 2019
In their first show of the year title "The Mask Has Fallen," Evolution impressed and energized the crowd, celebrating authenticity with student-choreographed urban dances.
The economics of reproductive rights

The economics of reproductive rights

October 31, 2019
Professor Caitlin Myers' research quantitively analyzes the effects of access to reproductive care.
Clark as George Washington in

From Baltimore to Broadway: ‘Hamilton’ actor visits campus

October 10, 2019
Actor Bryan Terrell Clark spoke at Wilson Hall on Wednesday, Oct. 2 about his career and inspirations.
Faculty presented to students and family members on research, ranging from the secrets of public speaking to contemporary Japanese media, at the forum.

Fall Faculty Forum celebrates faculty research

October 3, 2019
The Fall Faculty Forum is an academic event hosted every year during Fall Family Weekend. Featuring faculty research and innovation, the forum consists of different panels centered around themes of exploration where professors can present their projects to students, parents and members of the community.
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