Things That Happened, Things To Do—Week of September 27
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- Last week, President Liebowitz delivered a State of the College address, offering an update on the institution’s finances and taking a look at the year ahead.
- On her blog “One Dean’s View,” Shirley Collado asks—What does it take to be a part of a community?
- Foreign language faculty and students convened a roundtable discussion this week to address diversity issues in foreign language instruction.
- Is there such a thing as too much free speech? Associate Professor of Political Science Erik Bleich recently tackled such a question on Vermont Public Radio’s Commentary series.
- Chinese School alum and acclaimed songwriter and banjo player Abigail Washburn delighted a Mahaney Center crowd this week.
- TEDx Middlebury kicks off on Saturday. We’ll have more for you tomorrow.
- Midd alum and Hollywood screenwriter Antonio Macia ’00 is on campus and will be screening his critically acclaimed work Holy Rollers tonight, Thursday, in Dana Auditorium. If you can’t make the screening, we’ll be posting an interview with Macia early next week.