A panel titled “Forecasts for a Post-Roe America: Three Disciplinary Perspectives on What Comes Next,” hosted by Vice President of Equity and Inclusion Khuram Hussain on Tuesday, Sept. 20, featured three professors speaking on the future of abortion access. The panel featured Bertram Johnson, professor ...
The beginning of the fall semester at Middlebury has ushered in a new iteration of Covid-19 guidelines, which are less restrictive than those of the past two years and suggest a return to a sense of normalcy on campus. “The Covid-19 outlook is an optimistic one for our campus and the greater community,” ...
Around 30 students organized outside The Feminist Resource Center at Chellis House on Tuesday, Sept. 20 and marched to McCullough Lawn to protest The Women’s Center’s participation in the Student Involvement Fair.
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.
Campus is alive once again with the sounds of students’ voices, the clatter of feet and bicycle wheels on sidewalks — and the ongoing sound of various campus construction projects.
Middlebury College is offering six half-credit courses this fall across a few different departments. The courses are offered either full time for half of the semester or half the time for the full semester. One goal of the half-credit courses is to provide students with more flexibility to vary their ...
At 24, Elsa Alvardo ’18 is the youngest director at the Pentagon, appointed by President Biden to work as director of strategic communications for the Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Legislative Affairs. The office provides support to the Secretary of Defense in communication with ...
An increase in interest in the Computer Science Department and a shortage of faculty have severely limited the number of classes being offered in the department this fall.
Middlebury is now a station on Amtrak’s Ethan Allen Express, which runs daily from New York’s Penn Station to Burlington, Vt. by way of Albany and Rutland. The station opened on July 29, making it the first passenger rail service to operate in the area since 1953.
Middlebury orientation leaders, or “MiddView” leaders, are being paid a stipend of $300 this year for their work leading orientation for new students.
Cindie Webb has been employed by the college as a custodian for over eleven years. Webb spent the 2021–22 academic year cleaning all of HMKL — Hadley, Milliken, Kelly and Lang Hall — a job meant for five custodians. Webb and a colleague bore the impacts of understaffing, covering all 49 public ...
Middlebury continues to house students off campus at the Inn on the Green for the fall 2022 semester — despite a decrease in overall student enrollment compared to last year — due to insufficient housing on campus.
A bronze statue celebrating a sport that supposedly began at Middlebury was reinstalled this past week outside of Forest Hall.
With the conclusion of a stressful housing draw, many juniors are left without housing for the fall semester and await the August draw process.
Khuram Hussain will leave his current position at Hobart and WIlliam Smith Colleges to serve as Middlebury's next vice president for equity and inclusion starting July 1
When Middlebury announced it would remove Cassarino's benefits next year, former students and advisees organized a campaign to demonstrate their support for her.
Following the leaked draft Supreme Court opinion overturning Roe v. Wade, more than 100 Middlebury students rallied on the lawn below Middlebury Chapel on May 5 for a Reproductive Freedom Protest that took place in conjunction with over 20 other colleges across the country.
Middlebury alumnus Dan Schulman ’80, CEO of the financial technology company PayPal, will give the commencement address to the class of 2022 on May 29.
Read the fourth iteration of our annual Zeitgeist student body survey.