Editors Choice

    Road Taken: Déjà Vu
    A bombing in Paris jolts painful memories for a writer.

      The Life and Times of Rick Hodes
      The worlds of medicine and faith converge in Ethiopia.

        We Cannot Afford to Walk Away
        A meditation on race, equality, and humanity

          Road Taken: Serving Me Well
          Finding one's way in the world while waiting tables

            Old Chapel: Looking Ahead
            President Liebowitz talks about future challenges for the liberal arts.

              Felix Against the Barbarians
              Felix Batista '77 was a master at negotiating the release of kidnap victims, right up to the moment he disappeared.

                Serene Velocity
                Ted Perry enters retirement as only he knows how.

                  Dalai Lamas—in History and in Person
                  What is a Dalai Lama? And how is His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama different from (and similar to) the previous 13?

                    Academy Honors
                    When the American Academy of Arts & Sciences announced its 2012 class, volcanologist Kathy Cashman ’76 was on the list.

                      Thank You, Mr. Neuberger
                      A writer fondly remembers a man who changed her life.

                        Food For Thought
                        At an October 14 gathering during Fall Family Weekend, a panel of students, faculty, and parents in the food field discussed with a large audience how a proposed new food studies minor could enrich the liberal arts at Middlebury.

                          How did you get here, Moriel Rothman ’11?
                          An annual series produced by the Middlebury Fellows in Narrative Journalism

                            The Envelope Please…
                            Middlebury Magazine has just learned that we've been honored with awards for design, editorial, and general excellence.

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                            Voice Over Middlebury
                            It's pleasant, it's reassuring, and it hasn't changed since the 1990s. Meet the telephone voice of the College.