For decades, the Black Student Union (BSU) has been a critical organization at Middlebury, dedicated to creating a safe and inclusive space for Black students. The BSU meets every Saturday at 4:30 p.m. in the Coltrane Lounge to foster meaningful conversations surrounding racial equity while addressing the unique challenges and isolating experiences of attending a predominantly white institution as a Black student.
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The beginning of autumn on campus brings with it the annual Fall Family Weekend, eagerly awaited by many students and families as a chance to reunite. This year, however, parents will touch the ground on campus before many of the leaves do.
Dining halls have always been a critical part of students’ return to campus in the fall, especially when it comes to checking off their back to school hellos with old friends. But this year, there are substantial changes to the system, including shifts to hours and types of food at Ross, a switch between Crossroads and Wilson, and a new BiHall kiosk.
From lively festivals to summer markets and outdoor adventures, there are many engaging activities to find off campus in the town of Middlebury.
The Student Government Association (SGA) announced the creation of a new endowed fund called the “SGA Seizing Opportunities Endowed Fund” in conjunction with the Office of Advancement on Friday, April 28. The fund, which has a $3 million endowment goal and is currently at $680,398, will increase funding for the “Seizing Opportunities Fund” (SOF) to expand support for students with resources and opportunities that financial aid does not cover.
For the first time in several years, Middlebury students gathered at an on-campus, student-run bar on Thursday, April 13 on the first floor of the Mahaney Arts Center.
On a hot spring day, following a workout or on a walk through town after class, Juice Amour is a go-to destination for both Middlebury students and town residents.
Middlebury recently announced that the Innovation Hub will be receiving a $5 million gift from the Kelson Foundation in order to support creativity, innovation and entrepreneurship on campus. The goal of the donation is to provide all students with the opportunity to take creative risks and share their ideas without any barriers.
Eight months ago, Middlebury became a stop on Amtrak’s Ethan Allen Express, which runs from New York Penn Station to Burlington, Vt. As Middlebury’s first passenger train stop in nearly 70 years, the new station marks a major improvement in traveling convenience for both college students and town residents.
A new addition at the Middlebury College Snow Bowl will offer skiers an opportunity to hit the slopes later in the day. The college is planning to install LED light fixtures within the next year, allowing for night skiing.
The college held the annual Winter Carnival last weekend, celebrating the 100th anniversary of the tradition. Students participated in typical Carnival activities like ice sculpture carving and the Winter Carnival Ball.
The Student Government Association’s (SGA) Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee (DEI) along with the Middlebury Community Council and JusTalks hosted a community dialogue to discuss the question, “What would ending affirmative action mean for Middlebury?”
Middlebury Public Safety received a call about a disturbance occurring at the Davis Family Library on campus on Tuesday, Oct. 25 at 7:19 p.m.
After seven months of vacancy, Middlebury named Jesse Stratton the new director of Environmental Health, Safety and Compliance (EHS). He started his new role on Oct. 3.
The U.S. News & World Report recently released their 2022–23 Best Liberal Arts College rankings — and Middlebury College was no longer in the top 10. The college now shares the number 11 spot with Washington and Lee University in Lexington, Va.