Monthly Archives: October 2011

Five Questions for Dave Donahue

Our very first Five Questions candidate was President Ron Liebowitz. Here we are, almost a year later, and Special Assistant to the President Dave Donahue joins the club. 1. You started out at Middlebury as a student (Class of 1991!) … Continue reading

Old Chapel Remediation

Even with the fine (and distracting) weather this past week, it’s hard not to notice the work now taking place around Old Chapel.  Some may be wondering what this project is all about. The short explanation is that we are … Continue reading

The Return of the Solar Decathlon House

The house arrived in pieces–from the competition in DC–and is now being reassembled on Porter Field Road for likely occupancy this spring.  That’s Ben Brown, Solar Decathlon Health and Safety Officer, snapping on a piece of the roof and surveying … Continue reading

Five Questions for Susan Campbell Baldridge

Vice President for Planning & Assessment and Professor of Psychology Susan Campbell Baldridge is in the Five Questions Hot Seat this week. 1. You’re a professor of psychology and Vice President for Planning & Assessment. It’s four weeks into the … Continue reading

Atwater Finished, for now

We’re declaring a truce on Turf Battle, taking a break until next summer. Left for next year will be the planting around the northern retention pond, and the sidewalk removal and re-configuration south of Allen Hall, and completing the wall … Continue reading Continue reading

Five Questions for Erik Bleich

This week we talk with Erik Bleich, Professor of Political Science. For the record, we do not have any moles…just squirrels. 1. You recently published The Freedom to Be Racist? How the United States and Europe Struggle to Preserve Freedom … Continue reading