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The Week’s Headlines

Here are the week’s headlines from the News Room: The Life and Death of Joseph Battell Students Bring Literary Journal to Life Onstage Ricardo Nuila Wins NER Award for Emerging Writers Middlebury Voices in the News: Youth Protests, Dance Review, … Continue reading

New Employee

In this post we’ll introduce you to a new member of the Middlebury College staff. Please join us as we welcome Chelsea to campus! Chelsea Griggs is the new academic coordinator for the environmental studies program. Prior to joining Middlebury … Continue reading

Academic Roundtable, March 10, 2015 – Managing Technology in the Classroom

The Academic Roundtable meets on Tuesdays in the lounge of the CTLR from 12:15 to 1:15 p.m. As the number and type of devices students bring to class has proliferated, faculty have had to wrestle with how to manage this new … Continue reading

“Joseph Battell: A Centennial Appreciation,” a talk by David Haward Bain, Monday, February 23rd

February 23, 2015 is the centennial of Joseph Battell’s death. Bread Loaf land baron (in his day the largest private landowner in Vermont), environmentalist, crusading newspaperman, Middlebury College alum (Class of 1860), trustee, philanthropist, novelist. David Haward Bain presents an illustrated “magic lantern” talk on Joseph Battell’s life and works. When: February 23, 2015, 4:30pm Where: Abernethy […] Continue reading

The Week’s Headlines

Here are the week’s headlines from the News Room: Run to the Roar C3 Faculty Share Their Insights on Middlebury – Part 2 Middlebury Among Peace Corps’ 2015 Top Volunteer-Producing Colleges and Universities View past stories by visiting the News … Continue reading

Call for Midd. Student visual artist nominations!

The Friends of the Middlebury College Museum of Art invite you to nominate a Middlebury College student whose contribution to the visual arts in the community merits distinction. The Friends have made an annual award to a college student for … Continue reading

Fac/Staff Lunchtime Soccer

We (Peter Kim, Mike Roy, Peter Matthews) are trying to organize regular noon-time pick-up soccer for faculty and staff (like the decades old basketball games in Pepin) in the new Virtue Fieldhouse. At this point, we plan to reserve the … Continue reading

BUS TRIP to Boston

Beat the winter blues with a BUS TRIP to Boston, MA for the 2015 Flower & Garden Show Sponsored by Middlebury College Staff Council Get out of town! Enjoy a day of no driving and take in the sites of … Continue reading

Winter Carnival Films from the 1940s “Premiered”

Fun in the snow at Middlebury College!  These recently digitized 16mm films haven’t been seen in more than fifty years. This silent film montage shows scenes of the 40 meter jump on Chipman Hill, early ski trails at the Snow Bowl and the “new” 50 meter ski jump, Mountain Club outings to the winter woods, […] Continue reading

The Week’s Headlines

Here are the week’s headline’s from the News Room: C3 Faculty Share Their Insights on Middlebury – Part 1 Old Chapel: Looking Ahead Working on Global Health in Rwanda Middlebury Launches Online Course for Alumni, Parents Winter Carnival Features Skiing, … Continue reading