As the end of the spring semester nears, many students are beginning to think about how and where to store their belongings for the summer. While some items will be left behind or sorted into recycling bins, many students will load their belongings up into cars and haul them home for the summer months. But for students who fly home, take the train or otherwise don't have the ability to transport the contents of their rooms, suites or small houses, the process of finding available and affordable summer storage options can be time consuming.
Use the fields below to perform an advanced search of The Middlebury Campus's archives. This will return articles, images, and multimedia relevant to your query.
34 items found for your search. If no results were found please broaden your search.
Many students eating at Middlebury’s dining halls over the past few weeks have noticed changes in the availability of some meal-time offerings, including Nutella and weekend-morning smoked salmon. Though some students speculated about budget cuts, the real reason some items have disappeared from serveries across campus is inflation.
The Triangle Bike Loop Project, an initiative to create a signed, well-maintained bike loop connecting the towns of Middlebury, Bristol and Vergennes, recently secured a $30,000 grant to conduct a new scoping study of possible routes.
Annnnnnnnddddddd… we’re back! After a prolonged absence, Panthers for Life Weekly hosts Ben, Sam, Dan and Cole bring you the highlights from early-season winter NESCAC action. Men’s squash is undefeated, and we caught up with star sophomore Julian Sandoval ’25 to hear all about the matches so far and what to look forward to. Numerous fall athletes earn all-region and All-American honors. Field Hockey takes the national title in a 1–0 overtime contest. Ice hockey teams battle through tough early seasons. Men’s and women’s swimming and diving start the season 1–1, while Ryan Greguski ’25 impresses with consistency on the diving board. Women’s basketball starts the season at .500. Men’s basketball is hot sitting at 5–1. Next week, many teams take on their last opponents of the 2022 calendar year. Tune in, y’all!
Middlebury’s Edgewater Gallery is a bastion of the fine arts in Addison County, and the state of Vermont. Its two locations, on Merchant Street and Mill Street are filled with artwork, mostly paintings, as well as some photography, ceramics, and woodwork. Light jazz music fills the space, providing another layer of calm.
Amazing feats, crazy wins and all the accolades you could want. This past week has been a great week for Middlebury Athletics. The field hockey team is headed to the NCAA Final Four. Bob Ritter’s last game on the gridiron as head football coach was a high scoring contest against Tufts, landing the Panthers in second place in the NESCAC. The men’s and women’s cross country teams competed in a gritty race at regionals, with the men’s team punching their ticket to nationals. Men’s soccer’s season came to a close as Michael McFarlane ’22.5 and Jordan Saint-Louis ’24 earned All-NESCAC second-team honors. The winter season nears with openers for swim, ice hockey and basketball coming up this weekend. Check out our episode this week for this and an interview with Men’s Cross Country’s Alec Gironda ’24 as his team prepares for nationals.
Tough games, fierce competitions and sweet sweet victory: this past week has been all about NESCAC tourneys and the start of Panther winter practices. Field hockey claims its fifth consecutive NESCAC title. Men’s soccer concedes a hard-fought NESCAC semifinal in overtime vs. the Amherst Mammoths. Volleyball ends their season in the quarterfinals vs. No. 3-seeded Williams. Football takes another win against Hamilton, currently sitting at 7–1 with one game remaining.
The Student Activities Office (SAO) announced in mid-October that club sports, a cappella groups and social houses were required to complete a new online anti-hazing training in.
Football improves to 6–1 with a thrilling last-minute touchdown drive. The PFL co-hosts catch up with Dave Filias ’25, a dominant edge rusher, to discuss double teams, persistence and the importance of excellent coaching. Men’s soccer snags a 2–0 win over Hamilton as Ryan Grady ’23 records another shutout, and prepares to face Amherst in a semi-final matchup at Williams next weekend. Field hockey beats the Ephs in a home quarterfinal matchup, and will host the NESCAC Championship next weekend. Women’s soccer falls 2–1 against Trinity in a quarterfinal game and awaits an NCAA bid determination. Volleyball goes 1–1 through the week, currently ranked #6 in the NESCAC, starting the NESCAC tournament on Nov. 4 against Williams. Men’s cross country comes in third in the NESCAC meet, and looks forward to the NCAA regional championship next weekend. It’s a great week to be a Panther!
No. 3-ranked Middlebury men’s tennis goes 11–3 at the Dartmouth Invitational as Neel Epstein ’25, Robby Ward ’23.5 and Julian Wu ’26 each win all three of their matches. Football improves to 5–1 with a monster 40–28 win at Bates College, as Donovan Wood ’24 takes the lead in NESCAC scoring. Field hockey wins at Tufts University, and the PFL team catches up with starting defender Emily Stone ’25, who talks about coming back from a tough loss against Trinity College last week and the role of leadership. The cross country teams take the weekend off as they prepare for the upcoming NESCAC championship. Men’s golf finishes second out of 23 at the NEIGA championship in Maine, while the women’s squad takes second out of 11. Men’s and women’s soccer both tie at Tufts. Stay tuned for more info about the upcoming NESCAC playoffs.
This week, our PFL Weekly hosts dissect a highly successful slate of Fall Family Weekend games. Football advances to 4–0 with a stunner over perennial rival Williams College. Volleyball’s Gabbie O’Toole ’25 leads the NESCAC assist tally by 111. Field hockey wins its 50th home game in a row. Men’s soccer beats defending national champions Connecticut College 1–0 as goalkeeper Ryan Grady moves into second place in the all-time Panther shutout rankings. Women’s soccer goes 2–0 on the weekend, snagging wins against Colby College and Connecticut College. Our hosts caught up with midfielder Emma Binks ’23.5, who scored both of the weekend’s game-winning-goals. Binks gives us the scoop on leadership, preparation and… sea animals?
Retail cannabis sales began in Vermont on Oct. 1, meaning Middlebury College students over the age of 21 can now legally buy marijuana in the state. In conjunction with the introduction of the new retail market, FLORA Cannabis — a state-licensed dispensary just a nine-minute walk from the Davis Family Library — opened on Park Street in downtown Middlebury.
The PFL Weekly hosts chat with Victoria Fawcett ’26, a first-year runner on the Panthers’ cross country team. On Oct. 1, Fawcett followed up two recent second place finishes with a top-20 performance at the Mike Woods Invitational. Men’s soccer goalkeeper Ryan Grady ’24 ties the Middlebury second-place record with 24 shutouts as the team snags a win at ninth-ranked Wesleyan. After a 9–0 victory over St. John Fisher in their home opener on a fresh turf field, the field hockey team’s win streak reaches a staggering 39-straight games. Panther football starts the season 3–0. Women’s golf placed fifth at home for the George Phinney Classic, while men’s golf faced Division I competition at the Adirondack Invitational at the Lake Placid Golf Club. The hosts preview an exciting upcoming fall Family Weekend, chock full of home games. Tune in for updates on all things Middlebury Athletics.
This week, the hosts take a look at Middlebury football’s strong 2–0 start to the season and the growing dynamic between quarterback Ben Tauber ’22.5 and receiver Donovan Wood ’24. After strong outings at St. Lawrence University this weekend, the men’s and women’s cross country teams look poised to hit their peaks just in time for NESCAC and national competitions. Field hockey gets a shoutout after continuing a strong start to the season, thanks in no small part to the impeccable play of the goalie Grace Harlan ’22.5. Harlan now boasts a 50–1 career record between the pipes. Earlier last week, sophomore Euijin Chae ’25 scored his first goal for men’s soccer off a sweet corner kick, making it into SportsCenter’s top 10 plays. Chae swings by the studio to talk about what that meant to him and how he ended up at Middlebury. Keep an eye out for more weekly Panther updates.
It can be hard to find a place to skateboard in Vermont — and even harder to find a safe place to experiment with new skills. Currently, most local skateboarders make the trek to permanent skateparks in Burlington, Vt. for a space to hone their craft.
PFL Weekly returns for a second season, featuring new hosts Cole Siefer ’25, Ben Wagner ’25, Sam McGarrahan ’25 and Dan Urchuk ’25. Tune in to hear about Middlebury Athletics’ strong start to the opening weeks of the fall season, with all teams earning winning records thus far. Field hockey continues a long tradition of excellence, starting 5-0. Football snags a revenge win at Amherst, thanks in no small part to senior quarterback Ben Tauber’s 290 passing yards. Cross country first years speed to strong finishes. Both men’s and women’s golf swing for top-5 placings in opening meets, and the tennis teams prepare for a strong fall season. Tune in this week to hear all the weekly Panther updates.
Campus is alive once again with the sounds of students’ voices, the clatter of feet and bicycle wheels on sidewalks — and the ongoing sound of various campus construction projects.
The Middlebury College Men’s Rugby Club (MCRC) went 11–3 this spring, falling to Bryant University in the Beast of the East tournament on April 24 while still qualifying for the national tournament. The team competes in the National Collegiate Rugby Small College’s New England Rugby Football Union (NERFU)’s South Conference.
The American Legions of Middlebury and Vergennes are each holding Memorial Day parades this year, and Bristol is planning a Fourth of July parade. The Middlebury parade will begin at 9 a.m., while the Vergennes parade will begin at 11 a.m. The timing is coordinated so that people are able to participate in both parades.
For the past two weeks, from Sunday to Wednesday, 150 to 400 students have trekked over to Ross’ Fireplace Lounge to enjoy the recent return of 10 o’clock Ross, which serves cereal, bagels and drinks from 10 p.m. to 12 a.m.