Amid a staffing shortage, dining services has worked to manage traffic during busy lunchtimes.
While many professors are eager to return to in person learning this fall, not all are comfortable with in-person given the persistent risks of Covid-19.
This fall, with long Proc lines, primarily in-person classes and no room capacity limits — according to the campus status page — many students welcome a return to a more “normal” semester. However, ResLife, dining hall staff and Public Safety officers are still tasked with enforcing rules like ...
MiddCourses was first created in 2014 and was popular on campus among students until last semester, when it was shut down for renovations.
This fall, the class of 2025 will be the first to participate in the Compass Mentorship Program, which pairs students with a non-academic staff member at Middlebury who serves as an additional resource and mentor for the next four years. Following the dissolution of Middlebury’s 30-year-old commons ...
The increase in on-campus enrollment has brought extra bikes to campus, while the return of in-person classes, athletics, and campus life has spiked demand to get around campus quickly.
Service orgs have increasingly had the opportunity to work in-person with community partners.
“Come to the airport with a purse or backpack. You have 30 minutes,” Shabana Basij-Rasikh ’11 told nine graduates of the School of Leadership, Afghanistan (SOLA), the school she founded in 2008. Of the school’s 95 current students, 92 accompanied Basij-Rasikh and those nine graduates to flee ...
Sixty-five students began the semester living at Bread Loaf, but several have successfully moved out in recent weeks due to rooms opening up on campus or due to ADA accommodations. The college is housing undergraduates at the Bread Loaf campus for the first time to accommodate more than 300 extra ...
Sports recruits, prospective students, visiting speakers, and Fall Family Weekend visitors are allowed on campus, but students are not allowed to host other visitors.
The college renovated several office buildings to create more living spaces for students in the last year, including the CCI and CCE's former buildings.
The Student Activities Office emailed student organization leaders last week with updated information about college-sanctioned travel guidelines, including new restrictions on lodging intended to mitigate Covid-19 risks. These standards have the greatest impact on club sports, which resumed competition ...
Mead, a former Vermont governor and alumnus whose monetary gift funded the creation of the chapel, urged legislation based on eugenics theory in the 1900s. A working group convened in May to deliberate the change.
As Covid-19 cases rose in countries with low vaccination rates, a number of Middlebury students asked about withdrawing from their international programs and re-enrolling at Middlebury for the fall semester. They were told that — because of over-enrollment — the college could not guarantee them ...
Construction projects are taking place across campus, including site preparation near Bicentennial Hall for a new first-year dorm and renovations of Warner Hall and Dana Auditorium.
With more students than ever on campus, lines are stretching out of dining halls and students are struggling to find parking near their residential halls.
While classes are largely held in-person this fall, professors have had to move some classes temporarily online while awaiting Covid-19 tests.
When a student asked 350.org founders to imagine being members of the Class of 2025, and whether they would drop out of college to more effectively fight for climate justice, Jeremy Osborn '06 responded, “Stay in school––lower your GPA."
The Parton Center for Health and Wellness is welcoming Alberto Soto as the new Director of Counseling this year, whose work focuses on incorporating social justice into mental health counseling.