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YouPower has a whole new look this semester. Although classes used to be taught in the Freeman International Center, they’re now held outside in Ridgeline parking lot to allow for social distancing.

YouPower puts new outdoor spin on fitness classes

November 12, 2020
Read about how Middlebury's student-run spin studio has adjusted this fall in order to continue offering spin classes.
Jamie Mittelman ’10 celebrates female Olympians in new podcast

Jamie Mittelman ’10 celebrates female Olympians in new podcast

October 8, 2020
Read about the Flame Bearers podcast, hosted by Jamie Mittelman '10, which celebrates female Olympians, including two-time mountain biking Olympian Lea Davison '05. The podcast is a part of the student-run Women in Power Conference at the Harvard Kennedy School where Mittelman is studying.
Hawkins (left), one of the men’s crew captains, said he always knew he didn’t want to compete in Division I rowing, but has found a nice balance in club rowing at Middlebury.

Athlete of the Week: Jackson Hawkins ’21.5

September 17, 2020
Read about our athlete of the week, Jackson Hawkins '21.5, a captain of the crew team.
Erin Nicholas '21 competes against Amherst last season.

Athlete of the week: Erin Nicholas ’21

September 10, 2020
Meet athlete of the week, field hockey player Erin Nicholas '21.
The Middlebury Pranksters posted this photo supporting Black Lives Matter and requesting donations for organizations such as the NAACP Legal Defense and Education Fund on their Instagram on June 8.

Middlebury athletic teams reckon with Whiteness and exclusivity

July 28, 2020
Sports teams at Middlebury are examining recruiting practices, raising funds in support of Black Lives Matter, and taking action to address Whiteness and exclusion in their groups.
Frances VanderMeer: Leaving a wake at all levels of competition

Frances VanderMeer: Leaving a wake at all levels of competition

March 12, 2020

Senior Frances VanderMeer has had a collegiate athletic career many would dream of.  A captain of the women’s swim team, she has earned All-NESCAC praise, attended NCAAs three out of her four...

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