Despite the barriers to group performances this semester, the Middlebury College Choir will be premiering their fall choral concert performance this Sunday.
Arts & Culture
In races as divisive as those in the 2020 general election, professors are faced with deciding whether to broach the topic in the classroom.
‘Landslide Lyndon’: Robert Caro’s accounts of a president with a penchant for showmanship and voter fraudBy John Vaaler | October 29
“Years of Lyndon Johnson” is not only one of the most stylishly written accounts of a modern U.S. election but is also an electrifying thriller.
Direct Your Attention: At the October Apple Event, come for the tech, stay for the cinematic spectacleBy Owen Mason-Hill | October 22
Every few months, when Apple hosts one of their world-renowned events, I find myself eagerly counting down the seconds until the start.
Clover Magazine, Middlebury’s only student-run fashion publication, aims to serve as an outlet for the stylish mind within academia.
This semester, a new magazine is making its way to the Middlebury Campus.
Masks were on, but the audience reacted enthusiastically to the highs and lows of each story at the eighth annual Cocoon storytelling evening.
The 25th annual First Year Show was aptly titled “Together Apart.”
“The Agitators” explores the relationship between two rabble-rousers whose tales of rebellion and revolution remain culturally significant today.
There’s a moment in each NPR Tiny Desk Concert when the hairs on the back of my neck stand up in applause because something truly remarkable has just happened.
TikTok has captured the zeitgeist of Gen Z.
Writer-director Charlie Kauffman’s “I’m Thinking of Ending Things” is about many things, some of which are best left a mystery.
The Performing Arts Series is providing the gift of music in a time of uncertainty and pandemic-era stress.
The annual Sundance Film Festival has long established itself as a place to discover up-and-coming filmmakers.
This issue of Direct Your Attention is of a different sort; you won’t hear me shouting compliments toward a film or project. Instead, what you will get is a presentation of a project whose mission is so urgent that I think it surpasses even the shortcomings of the project itself. “The Social Dilemma,” ...
With sufficient precautions, the college’s choir and a cappella groups are determined to find a way to continue the experience of ensemble singing.
Before a week ago, Casey Neistat had uploaded 11 videos in the past eight months. In the last 10 days, he has uploaded 10 times.