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    Middlebury College President Ron Leibovitz at Mead Chapel Liebowitz Presidency to End in 2015; Board to Restructure
    On an eventful day in December, President Ronald D. Liebowitz announced that he would be leaving at the end of his term on June 30, 2015, and that the Board of Trustees was revising its governance structure.

      'M' at work Old Chapel: Board, Restructured
      President Liebowitz discusses radical changes to trustee governance in this issue's Q&A.

        RoadTaken Road Taken: On Teaching
        An alumna returns to teach a winter-term course—and contemplates all that goes with the assignment.

          Curry Pursuits: Vision Quest
          Inside the mind and studio of an Emmy-winning visual effects supervisor.

            David "Donnie" Donaldson, skier Uncle Donnie Takes On the World
            Skier David Donaldson '13 takes a leap of faith, from the carnival circuit to the World Cup

              David "Donnie" Donaldson, skier Update: Uncle Donnie’s Dream On Hold
              David Donaldson’s pursuit of a spot on the Canadian team for the Sochi Games came to sudden and painful end in Val d’Isere, France, on January 21.

                Middlebury College student hunters John Montgomery '14, Katherine McFarren '14, and Alexander Cort '14 (L-R) The Call of the Wild
                What does it mean to be a Middlebury student—and a dedicated hunter?

                  simi_hamilton The Sochi Experience
                  For the second consecutive Winter Olympics, cross-country skier SImi Hamilton '09 competed for the United States. We look back on his road to Sochi.

                    Student protesters at Middlebury in 1970. A People’s History, Documented and Taught
                    How a pair of students brought a "people's history" of Middlebury to the contemporary college.

                      Damon Hatheway '13.5, on assignment for Middlebury Magazine, interviews Seattle Seahawks kicker Steven Hauschka '07 at Super Bowl Media Day Midd Goes to the Super Bowl
                      Middlebury alum Steve Hauschka steps on to football's biggest stage.

                        tolerance final Civility, Please
                        In the wake of a disturbing incident on campus, President Liebowitz discusses civility, community standards, and responsible discourse.

                          Auschwitz-photo Some Kind of Place: Auschwitz, Poland
                          This issue, we take you on a journey, a journey in search of . . . place.

                            Grovers Some Kind of Place: Grover’s Corners, New Hampshire
                            This issue, we take you on a journey, a journey in search of . . . place.

                              SouthSudanBorder Some Kind of Place: South Sudan/Congo Border
                              This issue, we take you on a journey, a journey in search of . . . place.

                                2013-08-03 The Storm Some Kind of Place: Nuiqsut, Alaska
                                This issue, we take you on a journey, a journey in search of . . . place.

                                  Midd Some Kind of Place: Middlebury, Vermont
                                  This issue, we take you on a journey, a journey in search of . . . place.

                                    storm After the Storm
                                    What does it take to rebuild from the largest Atlantic hurricane ever recorded?

                                      Middlebury-Vintage-Football-v2 And Then There Was Football
                                      From the archives: One of this country's most storied sports writers recalls the eventful fall of 1936

                                        SB Pursuits: Stage of Life
                                        For Sheyenne Brown '09, being an actor means taking someone's real, unvarnished story and making it her own.

                                          Jim_Bruce_featured_image Money for Nothing?
                                          Meet the director of the documentary that has set the financial world buzzing.

                                            chickens Coop Dreams
                                            Of raising boys and chickens

                                              Pins-sized Archive: Blue Ribbon Days
                                              What did college loyalty mean in the 1890s?

                                                skinny_pancake Editor’s Note: Full Fare
                                                Traveling through the Burlington airport just got a whole lot more pleasant.

                                                  CastPhoto Colophon: What Cicero Said
                                                  What does a Classics scholar see when she looks at this 100-year-old photo from the Middlebury Campus?

                                                    BreakingBad Download: Why I Love Breaking Bad
                                                    Film and media scholar Jason Mittell explains why he loves Breaking Bad