In honor of President Laurie Patton’s inauguration, Special Collections and Archives will mount a campus-wide exhibition showcasing eight exceptional women
Another dorm themed gallery curated by Josh Kruskal, ’15 with the help of 200 years of Middlebury’s Kaleidoscope yearbooks.
Drawn from our newly digitized historic 16mm films, a taste of what life in the Summer Language Schools was like in the middle of the 20th century. Enjoy! German School Dancing Considered the forerunner of all the Middlebury Language Schools in 1915, the German School established its home in Bristol, Vermont and flourished under the direction […]
The annual College Counseling Workshop, sponsored by the Admissions Office, has been scheduled for Friday, June 5, 2015 of Reunion Weekend at McCardell Bicentennial Hall. High school age children and grandchildren of Middlebury alumni,… Read More
We are thrilled to introduce a new series, From the College Archives, curated by Josh Kruskal, ’15. In the weeks of his last semester, Josh, a prized Special Collections staff member, scoured 200 years of Middlebury Kaleidoscopes in search of historic and day-to-day moments. In Josh’s inaugural post: Commencement. In his photo essays to come, look for themes such as Students and Their […]
The Library is pleased to announce the first issue of our new, as-yet-unnamed, newsletter! Please visit us online here (go/librarynews) and read up on helpful research and technology tips, a feature article on Orion Lewis in Political Science, who’s taught a fascinating hybrid (online/in-person) class with Middlebury and MIIS students, tech tips, and more. Our […]
It’s early April and the maple sap is starting to flow, which means it’s time for one of Vermont’s most beloved traditions: The Sugaring-Off Party. This recently rediscovered clip from a 16mm film reel in the Middlebury College Archives records one such party held by students in the early 1940s. Sponsored by the Mountain Club, […]