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Home Recap: How did the Panthers do this weekend?

J-Term may be winding down, but the winter sports season is picking up steam. With the NESCAC playoffs in sight, every team is pushing in the hopes of maximizing their fortunes in February. Given that the majority of teams boast a winning record, the remainder of the season promises to be an exciting ...


Seven Questions with Anna Krouse ’25.5, women’s track & field

Anna Krouse ’25.5 from Cleveland, Ohio, is running in her first season on the women’s track & field team. In this installment of “Seven Questions,” Krouse discusses her journey to collegiate athletics, training during her semester off and her goal to try every single event in existence.


Club Badminton continues to grow and serve all

Middlebury Club Badminton is an up-and-coming program at the college that prides itself on an inclusive environment through open-door practices and a flexible training schedule. Members and non-members alike are free to walk onto any available court, pick up a racquet and shuttlecock and start playing ...


Quidditch seeks a new name

Matthew Silverman ’22 was a first-year when he received an invitation to play for his commons’ Quidditch team. Growing up in Vermont, he’d heard a bit about the sport but wasn’t entirely sure what to expect — maybe it would be a combination of rugby and dodgeball. After attending several practices, ...


Seven Questions with Santi Canella ’25, men’s track and field

Santi Canella ’25 from New York City is jumping in his first season on the men’s track and field team and has jumped straight into the school record books in the triple jump. In this installment of “Seven Questions,” Canella discusses his introduction to track and field, the successes and challenges ...

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