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NFL Star Hauschka ’07 Returns to Midd

By Damon Hatheway

April 23, 2014

Filed under News

Two months after kicking the Seattle Seahawks to the franchise’s first Super Bowl victory, Steven Hauschka ’07 returned to Middlebury, where as a sophomore he walked on to the football team and into the record books. Director...

Jacobsen to Speak on Equality

By Erin Van Gessel

April 23, 2014

Filed under News

On Thursday, May 1st at 7:30 P.M., Joyce P. Jacobsen, Andrew Professor of Economics and Dean of Social Sciences & Director of Global Initiatives at Wesleyan University, will speak to the Middlebury College community about...

In the Snow, Talk on “Saving Life on Earth”

By Julia John

March 19, 2014

Filed under Features

A blizzard raged outside the Robert A. Jones ’59 House last Wednesday evening, but inside, the conference room was filled to its capacity of 100. Students, faculty and community members had braved the biting wind, driving...

Students Read People’s History

By Ben Anderson

March 19, 2014

Filed under Arts & Sciences

The stories we tell ourselves about our own past are the result of hundreds of voices — both named and otherwise — coming together to paint a picture. Each voice has its own volume and each listener comes with their own biases,...

Lecturer Talks Experience Through Art

By Mandy Kimm

March 12, 2014

Filed under Arts & Sciences

What is art, and what defines art as worthy to be in a museum? These are the crucial questions Visiting Assistant Professor of Dance Catherine Cabeen will raise in her gallery lecture-performance “Embodied Experience: Creating/Witnessing/Dancing”...

Julliard President to Speak on Steinway

By Leah Lavigne

February 26, 2014

Filed under Arts & Sciences

The dedication of a new Steinway concert grand piano brings President of the Julliard School, Dr. Joseph Polisi, to the Kevin P. Mahaney ’84 Center for the Arts on Saturday, Mar. 1 for a public lecture on “The Arts, Educa...

Miller-Lane on Contemplating a Mind-Based Education

By Adrian Leong

February 26, 2014

Filed under Features

Education studies professor Jonathan Miller-Lane gave a public lecture last Wed., Feb. 19, that began with medieval church music — with improvisation on the saxophone — and ended with him standing in a white Aikido hakama,...

Stanger Talks History of Whistleblowing

By Anastasia Capatina

January 15, 2014

Filed under Features

After a year of news stories about Edward Snowden and other whistleblowers, Russell J. Leng ’60 Professor of International Politics and Economics Allison Stanger set the record straight on Jan. 10. Talking about the cases...

Alumna Eurich Explains How to Score a Career You Love

By Anastasia Capatina

November 6, 2013

Filed under Features

Last week the Center for Careers and Internships joined forces with the Psychology and Theatre Departments to bring Dr. Tasha Eurich ’02, organizational psychologist, speaker and New York Times best-selling author, to campu...

Harriet Duleep Debunks Myths on the Economics of Immigration

By Joe Flaherty

October 2, 2013

Filed under Features

Although much of the attention on immigration reform in Congress centers on the policy toward illegal immigrants, Professor of Public Policy at the College of William and Mary Harriet Duleep brought to light a surprising fact...