The Heath Quartet, as part of a weeklong residency, gave a performance and discussion session for neuroscience majors studying sensation and perception.
While a relative few voices publicly questioned the prohibition against women voting in the decades following the country’s founding, most Americans did not wholeheartedly consider this question until the last century.
We remember Russ Reilly as a dedicated coach and teacher, as a selfless volunteer, as a spirited stadium announcer, and as a cornerstone of the Middlebury community. Most of all, we remember Russ for giving voice to our most cherished values.
Behind the scenes with fine arts photographer Rosamond Purcell as she photographs the Duncan J. McDonald Insect Collection
How a small storage closet in a giant facility came to define a man’s legacy.
Being of mixed races, Demetrius Borge ’16 says that he has enjoyed many of the privileges of being Black, but has faced none of the consequences. So he became inspired to better understand the Black experience at Middlebury—not by internalizing the experience, but by opening himself up to those already in this space.
A quartet of professional mural artists and a team of students transform an empty McCullough hallway into a vibrant landscape of human expression.