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John Gosselin ’20 in Winchester, Massachusetts

April 12, 2020
The coronavirus caused my senior year to end rather suddenly, but more importantly, I have two elderly grandparents who are considered at-risk.

Your input matters to Community Council

January 23, 2020
A committee appointed by Community Council will soon conduct a review of specialty housing at the College.

In support of Middlebury’s history

December 5, 2019
Middlebury College has a deep commitment to history.
Midd: Invite fewer speakers

Midd: Invite fewer speakers

September 26, 2019
In J-Term and the spring semester of 2019, 194 lectures occurred at Middlebury College.

Against Dissolution

April 30, 2019

The same people threatening to dissolve the Student Government Association voted in favor of raising your Student Activities Fee by $20 next year after just a few minutes of debate. They considered important...

Visiting Assistant Professor 
Matthew Evan Taylor, a performer and composer, organized the “New Centuries | New Voices” concert series.

New Music Series Highlights Unheard Voices

January 17, 2019
Visiting Assistant Professor Matthew Evan Taylor, a performer and composer, organized the “New Centuries | New Voices” concert series.
Cordery ’20 performed all of the pieces, ranging from Beethoven to Chopin, from memory.

Musicality and Dissonance in Gareth Cordery’s Jr. Recital

November 15, 2018
Cordery ’20 performed all of the pieces, ranging from Beethoven to Chopin, from memory.
Jean-Guihen Queyras Performs Six Cello Suites

Jean-Guihen Queyras Performs Six Cello Suites

November 8, 2018
Jean-Guihen Queyras's extensive discography includes critically acclaimed recordings of cello concertos by Edward Elgar and Antonín Dvorák.

In Favor of Academic Credit for Internships

April 11, 2018

Junior senator Kailash Pandey is planning to introduce a bill in the SGA Senate this Sunday that would create opportunities to receive academic credit for internships for all students. This step would...

Reel Critic: “Losing Ground”

March 21, 2018

I would like to take this opportunity to discuss a series the Film Society hosted during February, the last film of which was “Losing Ground.” We selected three films (in addition to “Losing Ground,”...

In Support of Club Sports

March 15, 2018

I would like to respond to the op-ed published in The Campus this week concerning the club sports bill. This bill allowed students to create new club sports through a process involving the Student Organization...

Soloists Pamela Frank on violin and Jaime Lardeo on viola performed Mozart, Britten, and more with the Vermont Symphony Orchestra.

Vermont Symphony Orchestra Brings Excitement

September 27, 2017

The first concert of the fall 2017 season involved such a large and skilled ensemble playing such important music that it can only be termed a triumph for the Middlebury community. The Vermont Symphony...

Community Council Update

May 10, 2017

At Community Council’s May 2 meeting, Associate Professor of French William Poulin-Deltour introduced a letter from faculty which suggests taking several steps to prepare Middlebury for changes to immigration...

The performance featured music from a string quartet, among other pieces.

Students Play Bach, Brahms and More

May 10, 2017

On Wednesday, May 3, the students of MUSC0240: Performing Chamber Music held their culminating recital in Robison Hall. The program included songs by Johannes Brahms, a string quartet movement by Dmitri...

The Brentano Spring Quartet performed music, read literature and performed a short play to demostrate the dynamic and complex “Art of Fugue”.

Brentano Quartet Honors ‘Art of Fugue’

May 3, 2017

The Brentano String Quartet performed Johann Sebastian Bach’s “The Art of Fugue” on Saturday, April 29, in Robison Hall as the first part of the Middlebury Bach Festival, which also included a performance...

Community Council Update

April 26, 2017

At the April 11 meeting, Director of Financial Aid Operations Michael McLaughlin and Associate Vice President for Financial Services Operations David Provost discussed how outside financial aid impacts...

Albert Dieudonné as Napoleon Bonaparte in Abel Gance’s “Napoleon.”

The Reel Critic: Napoleon

April 26, 2017

I have never seen a film as big as director Abel Gance’s “Napoleon” (1927). In light of the recent French elections, this movie — with its nationalist themes, cinematic innovations and durable...

Student Pianists Perform Bach, Chopin

April 21, 2017

Sometimes the most intimate settings make for the most moving concerts. The spring piano recital by the students of Diana Fanning was one of those sometimes. The Music Department sponsored the concert...

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