Middlebury is a school that is largely defined by its outdoor access and culture. Yet, after four years of photographing Middlebury, as seniors we feel like the beautiful landscape surrounding the college is still underappreciated. If not underappreciated, then it is certainly underutilized.
Nathaniel Brown ’13 majored in International Politics and Economics with an East Asian focus and is now a freelance filmmaker and photographer. He received a Fulbright Scholarship after college. He has since traveled around the world making documentaries with subcultural communities, including in ...
Photo of the Week: Sunset Over Chapel Hill by Zeyi Tong '25
Bicycle in the Tree Behind Forest by Wayne Wang '22.5
For this article, I wanted to spend time documenting students who identify as musicians at Middlebury, whose rich musical history extends from Tony-award winning Anaïs Mitchell to the infamous viral “MiddKid” music video. Though hailing from different backgrounds and styles, they are all brought ...
Dylan Schmeling ’24.5, a Biology and Physics double major and an international student, finds inspiration in his home country of Tanzania. His photography shows the Tanzanian countryside, and thus documents the people, animals and landscape he grew up around.
Ella Roelofs and Charlotte Marks after a successful pond skim
As a photojournalist, I acknowledge the historical role the media has played in perpetuating ableism through representations of disability. I would like to emphasize the various ways students with disabilities exist on this campus, and the extent that Middlebury as an institution comes to support us ...
Alum Conversation with Douglas Perkins '94, Associate Director of Operations and Finance at the Middlebury Museum of Art.By Yinuo Wang | April 3, 2022
Alum Conversation is a new podcast series of The Middlebury Campus Multimedia. In this series, we will interview Middlebury alumni. Some of them currently work at Middlebury College, some supplied the salmon at school dining halls, and some started the first mountain bike company in Afghanistan. They ...
A Trip to Shoshone National Forest by Sophia Johnson '22
Siefer’s Scoop podcast: Andrew Plumley ’11, Middlebury football and basketball, Senior Director of Equity and Culture at American Alliance of MuseumsBy Blaise Siefer | March 10, 2022
This week, Andrew Plumley ’11 appears on Siefer’s Scoop. Born in Burlington, Vermont, Plumley was a two-sport varsity athlete at Middlebury, playing football and basketball. As a student, Plumley studied philosophy and helped create the famous MIDD KID song and music video. Since graduating, Plumley ...
Sunbeams Over the Golf Course by Amaan Habibulla '25
As the parking lot starts to clear out and the lift chairs hang suspended in the air, Snow Bowl staff are able to call it a day, enthusiastic for the weekend splitboard festival ahead. For some staff, though, their day on the mountain is just getting started.
Staff Issue Photo: Public Safety Officer Jamie picking-up a White Claw a student dropped upon spotting the officer.