This past summer, the Middlebury College community mourned the passing of three professors emeriti and one staff member: Professor Emeritus Robert “Bob” Pack, Professor Emeritus Robert “Bob” Martin, Professor Emeritus John McWilliams and former Language School Director of Operations John Stokes.
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When students applied to become orientation leaders, they did not know their work would be compensated this year. In the beginning of their training week, both MiddView and First@Midd leaders were told that they would receive a stipend for their work, though the amount was not disclosed.
How the course schedule comes together: Faculty, departments and coordinators plan for hundreds of classes
Every semester, students piece together a semester’s worth of courses from hundreds of offerings across every department at the college — the product of a long scheduling process that involves all faculty, academic departments, the Dean of Curriculum’s office and the Registrar.
While sitting in her Conversations with Environmental Icons class last spring, Kamryn You Mak ’23.5 began to feel sad and frustrated with the exclusivity and elitism surrounding outdoor and environmental culture at Middlebury. You Mak decided to create Fostering Inclusive Recreation Experiences (FIRE), an organization dedicated to making outdoor recreation a more accessible and inclusive space for students of color.
This spring, the college will shift its Covid-19 testing strategy to distribute rapid antigen tests to symptomatic students and staff instead of requiring weekly PCR testing.
As the ninth week of the semester comes to an end and students continue to readjust to learning in person, 20 students continue to learn remotely, away from campus.