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Spin Doctor: Basking in the “Doomin’ Sun”

Spin Doctor: Basking in the “Doomin’ Sun”

September 23, 2021

Welcome to the first installment of Spin Doctor, a biweekly dose of music reviews and recommendations by Yardena Carmi ’23. Our current culture seems to be defined by an ever-increasing ability to...

Painting a pandemic: studio art majors finish strong

Painting a pandemic: studio art majors finish strong

May 20, 2021

The advanced studio seminar’s end-of-semester exhibition, which opens with limited capacity on May 19, features the work of six student artists across a wide range of mediums.  For nearly three...

Middlebury performance groups adapt auditions for the pandemic

Middlebury performance groups adapt auditions for the pandemic

March 18, 2021

Limitations on gatherings and indoor space capacities have not only put a damper on the performance arts at the college but have also altered the audition process for student organizations. Despite...

Trevor Noah talks comedy and culture with Middlebury

Trevor Noah talks comedy and culture with Middlebury

March 4, 2021

Trevor Noah, host of “The Daily Show,” joined Middlebury, Smith, Union, Skidmore and Amherst colleges in a live-streamed interview on Feb. 23. Heidi Gardner, an actor and comedian for “Saturday Night...

Recommendations from a winter interlude

Recommendations from a winter interlude

January 28, 2021

For many Middlebury students, this past winter break was a strange interlude in a challenging year. It was a period that found me investing time and energy into concrete ways of lowering my stress...

“Kalish’s earliest visit to the campus was in 1966, and he has established a long-lasting and firm relationship with the college ever since.” COURTESY PHOTO

Continuing a five-decade tradition, pianist Gilbert Kalish returns to Middlebury on a virtual stage

November 12, 2020
Audiences found themselves enjoying the work of award-winning pianist and educator Gilbert Kalish, who performed on the virtual stage.
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