This past weekend, the Actors from the London Stage (AFTLS) visited Middlebury to put on a production of William Shakespeare’s “Much Ado About Nothing” in Wright Memorial Theatre — and there should be much ado about a visit from the AFTLS.
Acadia Klepeis ’24 is an Arts & Culture Editor. She is planning to major in English Literature and minor in French. On campus, Cadi has also been involved with the SGA First-Year Committee and the French club. This fall, she will be completing an internship with a Vermont-based publisher that specializes in books about Asia. Before coming to Middlebury, Cadi took a gap year to be an exchange student in Switzerland through the Rotary Youth Exchange Program.
The 9th annual Cocoon featured many of the constants that have marked its past decade. A faded paisley rug. A single microphone. A winged logo. And, once again, the gentle hum of a packed crowd. Compared to last year’s heavily-modified Cocoon event, the energy in the lobby before Friday night’s ...
In the 1920s On a sunny Saturday morning in the spring of 1921, you wake up in your room in Battell Cottage. This women’s dorm is located on the Battell Campus, rather than across the road on the men’s “old campus.” Classes meet six days a week, so after a quick breakfast at Battell Dining ...
Nine Middlebury students created Eat Local VT, an app that connects users to local food sources, in partnership with Addison County Relocalization Network (ACORN), a local nonprofit that works to strengthen the local food and farm network around the Champlain region. “The app was something that ...
During a year like no other, community organizations like the Better Middlebury Partnership (BMP) and Neighbors Together have been vital in helping businesses in the town of Middlebury overcome financial challenges brought on by the Covid-19 pandemic as well as the ongoing Bridge and Rail Project.
Although there was a record increase in mail-in ballots in Vermont this year due to the pandemic, many voters still cast their vote in person.
Masks were on, but the audience reacted enthusiastically to the highs and lows of each story at the eighth annual Cocoon storytelling evening.
Several senior theatre majors have chosen to face the pandemic head-on and complete their projects this fall.