The Business of Beer
    Making a living brewing craft beer requires precision, science, business savvy, and more than a touch of zaniness.

      Old Chapel: Hello, Middlebury
      Middlebury's 17th president arrives on campus.

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

          Pursuits: Happy Tails
          A retired minister, Ken Parker '62 now tends to quite a different flock.

            Rare Dream
            How does one become a rare-book dealer? Dan Whitmore '03 has quite the story.

              Island Time
              A graduating senior learns to slow down and live in the now.

                The Champ
                The sportswriting of W.C. Heinz '37 is now available in one terrific volume.

                  The Liebowitz Years: Tributes
                  Remembering a president, a neighbor, a teacher, and a colleague

                    The Liebowitz Years: Leading with Conviction
                    How Middlebury’s 16th president shaped the institution.

                      The Liebowitz Years: A Vision Realized
                      The special partnership that preserved Bread Loaf for the ages.

                        Code Breaker
                        Geneticist Heidi Rehm ’93 is at the forefront of a genetic revolution in medicine, which may eventually lead to personalized care based on individual DNA.

                          On The Hunt
                          For 72 hours in late January, a campus becomes consumed with the unusual.

                            Road Taken: My Close-Up
                            Russ Leng '60 has called classrooms his home for more than 60 years. So what could make teaching a new experience for him?

                              Under Pressure
                              An international correspondent examines the nature of courage.

                                Run to the Roar
                                Eight personal tales of unshrinking bravery

                                  Pursuits: Dancing Queen
                                  Most people don't associate the Upper Valley of Vermont and New Hampshire with Middle Eastern Dance. That is, until they meet Gina Capossela '87.

                                    Pop Cultured
                                    Encountering Warhol in the Museum of Art.

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

                                        Antoinette Rangel Is Having the Time of Her Life
                                        And for those who know her well, this comes as no surprise.

                                          Road Taken: 90 Minutes
                                          With soccer becoming increasingly popular in the U.S., two alumni who have made the sport their trade meet at a match. We eavesdrop on their conversation.

                                            Exhibit: Resident Artist
                                            A beloved teacher and artist—and those who learned from him.

                                              Online Learning: Next Course
                                              Coming soon to a computer monitor or tablet near you: Middlebury’s pilot projects in online learning.

                                                Download: Why I Love Socrates
                                                A philosophy professor explains the importance of Socrates

                                                  Symposium: Tech’s Role
                                                  Examining the role of technology in higher education

                                                    Colophon: Where Do Fanatics Come From?
                                                    In his first-year-seminar, The True Believer, Don Wyatt, the John M. McCardell Distinguished Professor at Middlebury, uses the seminal text from social philosopher Eric Hoffer to examine a phenomenon as relevant today as in past eras.