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Foreign Correspondents: Returning to Childhood in Paris

Pollard frolicking in a fountain that is not meant for swimming in the Luxembourg Gardens in 2002.


April 18, 2019

There were countless things I looked forward to when preparing to study abroad in Paris, but the idea of having a semester in which I felt more like a child than I have for over a decade, was not something that had crossed my mind.

Where Do We Go From Here?

By Katie Schott

November 19, 2015

“Tell mom you love her,” my youngest brother, William, told me last Friday evening. I had answered the call in the midst of an economics assignment, and assumed he wanted me to respond to a text my mom had sent in our family group message – “Love you!” – about thirty minutes earlier. ...

Students in Paris Recount Terror

By Caroline Agsten

November 18, 2015

Following the terrorist attacks that occurred in Paris on Friday, Nov. 13, Vice President and Dean of the College Katy Smith Abbott and Dean of International Programs Jeff Cason reported that all 50 undergraduate and graduate students studying at Middlebury’s School in France, in addition to ten other...

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