Money for Nothing?
Meet the director of the documentary that has set the financial world buzzing.
Money for Nothing?
Syria’s Chemical Weapons Trace Back to Russia
Amy Smithson of the Monterey Institute is one of the media's go-to experts about the ongoing effort to eliminate Syria's chemical weapons.
Print Journalism in the Age of Twitter
A former print journalist, Peter Savodnik '94 is now traveling the globe producing short films for Stateless Media.
Homecoming ’13 Highlights
Music, football, storytelling, and good cheer were in store for alumni who returned for Homecoming.
Student Filmmakers Win Top Honors at 24-Hour Film Festival
A short creepy thriller produced in 24 hours by five Middlebury students took top honors at "Sleepless in Burlington."
Once-Controversial Sculpture Returns 30 Years Later
A provocative work that once caused outrage is reinstalled as part of Middlebury's public art collection.
Sunshine and Foliage Welcome Families
More than 1500 family members enjoyed the spectacular foliage and balmy temperatures during Fall Family Weekend.
Angelique Kidjo Dazzling and Thought Provoking in Concert, Lecture
Grammy Award-winning singer and activist Angelique Kidjo brought the energy of her ideas and music to Middlebury for the John Hamilton Fulton Lecture.
Midd and MIIS Experts Join Forces for Translation Symposium
Middlebury and the Monterey Institute, two giants in language and translation studies, led a 3-day symposium on translation and interpretation.
Gandhi Now or Not?
Gandhi and Civic Engagement: During an evening lecture and discussion, Professor Ian Barrow described Gandhi's life and work and questioned whether Gandhi’s ideas would work today.
Student Urges Action on Nuclear Sub Proliferation
On a semester studying nonproliferation and terrorism studies at Monterey, Nate Sans penned an essay for the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists.
Updates from Irvine: Team Middlebury at the Solar Decathlon
Watch Team Middlebury's progress through the Solar Decathlon competition in Irvine, California.
Midd’s Young Social Entrepreneurs Tell Stories from the Field
Four grant-winning student groups spent the summer on ambitious projects around the globe.
Getting Comfortable at Middlebury
The first-year students on one Orientation trip learned that it takes more than talent to make it as an artist in Vermont.
Welcoming First-Years on Move-in Day
MiddMag caught some of the fun as first-year students arrived and moved into their new digs at Battell Hall.
Summer Scene: First Look at InSite
Step inside the beautiful, student-designed-and-built Solar Decathlon home, InSite.
Summer Scene: Life in Two Languages
Bilingual assistants have a critical, if almost invisible, role in the success of Middlebury Language School students.
Of raising boys and chickens
Archive: Blue Ribbon Days
What did college loyalty mean in the 1890s?
Editor’s Note: Full Fare
Traveling through the Burlington airport just got a whole lot more pleasant.
Colophon: What Cicero Said
What does a Classics scholar see when she looks at this 100-year-old photo from the Middlebury Campus?
Download: Why I Love Breaking Bad
Film and media scholar Jason Mittell explains why he loves Breaking Bad
Looking for America
A student sets off to find America, and discovers that he's in search of self, as well.
Pursuits: On a Roll
Inside the competitive world of...logrolling
In the Queue: A Man’s World
From our summer reading selection