Arts & Culture
A crunchy crowd of Middlebury students gathered in Dana Hall on Thursday, Nov. 30 for what, at this point, is an annual tradition for the outdoorsy, socially conscious community: Mountainfilm.
The first snow of the season came to Middlebury on Nov. 1, and despite this year’s unpredictable weather, there has been an overall drop in temperature as we get closer to winter. But as the temperature drops, our hopes for snow and the prospect of winter sports begin to rise.
Associate Professor of Dance Christal Brown and her dance company, INSPIRIT debuted its breathtaking and unique dance piece titled “What We Ask of Flesh” at the Mahaney Arts Center last weekend. The show took place Nov. 9–11 and was wonderfully abstract, eerie and thought-provoking. Brown’s ...
Once the home of Middlebury’s gym, Wilson Hall was a fitting venue for Middlebury College Musical Theater’s production of “The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee,” a musical in the form of a spelling bee in a school gymnasium. Following a cast of quirky spellers in their quest for victory, ...
“Slipin Sips” is a wine column written by Staff Writer Sam Lipin (hence the title, “Slipin”). As an amateur sommelier, Sam exists deep in the world of wine, particularly natural wine, and this column seeks to share the joy he finds in fermented grapes with the rest of the world.
In an evening of fatherhood, brotherhood, toxic masculinity and death, “Dad Rock,” Beck Barsanti ’24.5’s acting thesis explored what it means to be a man in the modern world. The work opened on Nov. 2 and was directed by Gavin Richards ’25.5, Bri Beach ’23.5 and Maggie Blake ’24.
Middlebury Moth-Up packed the Robison Concert Hall in the Mahaney Arts Center for the group’s largent event of the year: Cocoon.
In the spirit of Dia de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, a lively group of students, faculty and community members united across campus on Thursday, Nov. 2 for the second year in a row to celebrate and honor loved ones who have passed.