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.
Students in the Middlebury College choir are traveling to Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania in the spring of 2018 to perform songs native to the three countries along with music from North American composers.
How Cameron McKinney ’14 found his unique voice in modern dance.
Our J-Term Scenes film crew pays a visit to a dance workshop.
Nearly every year from 1934 to 1962 Robert Frost produced a holiday card to be distributed to his friends and supporters. This holiday season, the poet’s cards have come home to Middlebury for a visit.
What happens when a cohort of alumni take over the curriculum for an academic department for one week?