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    digital scholarship - media commons logo Digital Scholarship: What’s in Store for Faculty Publishing?
    What will faculty publishing look like in the not-so-distant future? Very different, says a panel of experts.

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    osm open house splash What’s Happening at Old Stone Mill?
    Middmag went to OSM’s fall showcase and met up with some of the current tenants, including an app developer, a clothes designer, and a group opening a beauty salon for women of color.

      dispatch_distressed-300x160 Things That Happened, Things To Do: Week of November 12
      Our regular recap of goings on at the College and a look ahead to events on the horizon.

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      pundits_caricature 607x406 Professor Pundits: VICTORY…for Political Scientists
      Middlebury's Professor Pundits wrap up their year-long commentary series with some surprising insights on the election.

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      pundits_caricature Professor Pundits: The Expectations Game
      In their final commentary before the election, the Professor Pundits look at the electoral map and tell us what they'll be watching for on election night.

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      pundits_caricature Professor Pundits: Will Women Decide the Presidential Race?
      President Obama's lead among women voters is slipping as the presidential race tightens in the final weeks.

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      ryan_kim_splash Riding the Rails Through Small-Town America
      Ryan Kim ’14 tells us what prompted him to travel thousands of miles by train through small-town America.

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      parents_splash_image Parents: What Did You Learn in School Today?
      MiddMag's "Tell Us One Thing" series returns with a question for parents on Fall Family Weekend.

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      pundits_caricature 607x406 Professor Pundits: Who’s Ahead? It’s Debatable.
      One presidential debate down, two to go. Our pundits look at many factors that will influence the race from here on.

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      clifford_splash Wired for Creativity
      Alum siblings Ben and Rachel Schiffer help launch creativity symposium with their DJ/wirewalking act.

        dispatch_distressed-300x160 Things That Happened, Things To Do: Week of September 17
        Our regular recap of goings on at the College and a look ahead to events on the horizon.

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        carbon_neutral_splashimage Welcoming the Carbon-Neutral Class
        How do you explain carbon neutrality to a group of first-years? Cue the carbon-shredding sharks, of course!

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        pundits_caricature 607x406 Professor Pundits: Things That Go Bump…Or Not
        If either presidential candidate was hoping for a big post-convention bump in the polls, both may be disappointed.

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        summer games splash image “Summer Games” at Middlebury Language Schools
        Fierce international competition in August can only mean one thing: summer games at the language schools.

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        pundits_caricature Professor Pundits: What Do You Get for $400 Million?
        Despite the Obama campaign's widely-reported early spending spree, the two candidates remain in a statistical dead heat.

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        pundits_caricature 607x406 Professor Pundits: “Healthcare Ruling: Campaign Friend or Foe?”
        What does the Supreme Court ruling mean for the presidential campaigns? Our pundits tackle this question in their latest edition.

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        pundits_caricature 607x406 Professor Pundits: Watching Wisconsin
        Does Wisconsin's recall election matter in the presidential race? And why didn't President Obama jump into the fray? The Professor Pundits fill us in.

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        splash1 Tell Us One Thing: Advice from the Class of ’12
        What words of advice did the class of 2012 have for incoming first-years? Find out in our newest "Tell Us One Thing" video.

          2012 Middlebury Fulbright recipients: Front, left to right: Hillary Aidun, Quan Pham, Divya Dethier, Matt Steffens;  Back, left to right: Kristofer Ogren, Arthur Choo, Jarrett Dury-Agri, Tucker VanAken Record Number of Fulbrights for Class of ’12
          Eight Middlebury students have been awarded Fulbright fellowships for an additional year of international study.

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          pundits_caricature 607x406 Professor Pundits: Base Hit
          Romney's base is coming to life, and what will Obama's same-sex marriage pronouncement mean in the election?

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          therapy_dogs_for_exam_week_splash Bark Break
          It's exam week and a pack of furry stress busters are here to help.

            dispatch_distressed-300x160 Things That Happened, Things To Do: Week of May 14
            Our regular recap of goings on at the College and a look ahead to events on the horizon.

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            cse_splash_image Students Make Pitch for Social Entrepreneurship Grants
            Five student teams made their case for a $2,000 grant at the new Center for Social Entrepreneurship.

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            pundits_caricature 607x406 Professor Pundits: And the winner is…
            With Santorum out and Gingrich close behind him, the Republican primary race is all but over.

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            pundits_caricature 607x406 Professor Pundits: Why GDP is Catnip for Political Scientists
            This month's GDP report could be a key factor in the general election.