Reunions are about recalling old times and creating new memories. Our roving observer encountered a few surprises when 1,300 alumni returned to Middlebury.
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A Day at the Bike Shop
There's a real mechanic on duty at the campus Bike Shop. And he graduates a week from Sunday.
Take Me to Your Office
Even if you don’t have a green thumb, don’t worry: we can help you care for your new plant.
Just like David and Goliath
When Mubarak shut down Internet and cell phone service, the consequences were something other than what he intended.
Four Middlebury students were studying in Tokyo when the earthquake hit.
Voice Over Middlebury
It's pleasant, it's reassuring, and it hasn't changed since the 1990s. Meet the telephone voice of the College.
Life After Prison
Eddie Ellis spent 15 years behind bars, but he tells a symposium on "Communities and Justice" that the really hard parts came after he was released.
Carp, It’s What’s for Lunch
An invasive species is threatening the Midwest and the chefs at Proctor have taken up the cause.
Return from Egypt
Now it's back to school for the five Middlebury students airlifted out of Alexandria, Egypt.
The Ensemble of Soloists
Your mission is to write a tiny play and perform it on stage, all alone!
Share a few minutes with hockey greats Mike Karin '59 and Phil Latreille '61 as the former linemates got together last summer.
Monday Nights at the Round Table
Sign up for dinner? Yes, and you'd better hurry if you want to eat in Atwater on a Monday night in January. Third dispatch in a series about winter term at Middlebury.
The Nordic Ski Team trains for the season even when there's no snow on the ground. Let's see how they do it.
Behind the Scenes: What’s Next for Your Computer
Middlebury College owns nearly 3,000 computers. But what happens to them when their days are done?
ROTC. Check. Jump School. Check. WHINSEC. Check. What's next for Cadet Emily Núñez ’12?
Ada and Fugu
There are plenty of things you expect to see Middlebury students doing on campus, though walking a rabbit on a leash is not one of them. Until now.
Midd Meets Hockenberry
Journalist John Hockenberry recently paid a visit to Middlebury. Check out what he had to say.
Teach For America is the nation’s largest, privately funded education program for low-income students. So it comes as no surprise that it is an attractive program for Midd grads.
Mining Black Gold
Maintaining Middlebury's composting operation is not for the faint of heart.
The Secret Ingredient
Who knew that the secret ingredient when launching a business was a dose of MSG?
The Granola Gang
Hungry? You will be after venturing into the Proctor kitchen with this group of Midd kids.
Biology professor Jeremy Ward hopes to help transform science education by showing what kids can do in the lab once they're given an opportunity.
Into a physiological psychology laboratory. Today's assignment? Brain dissection.