Spring 2013

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Bringing Sounds of Africa to Middlebury
Assistant Professor of Music Damascus Kafumbe shatters preconceptions of African music.

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

      Archive: Come Blow Your Horn
      A trip into the archives reveals the Middlebury horn.

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

          Vignette: Onward and Upward
          Our Observer visits the Mahaney Center for the Arts.

            Old Chapel: Game Time
            President Liebowitz discusses the role of athletics in a Middlebury education.

              Editor’s Note: “Tell me a story.”
              When was the last time a child asked you to tell her about a topic?

                The New Storytellers: The Digital Revolution
                In the time it takes to read this essay, it may already be outdated.

                  The New Storytellers: Meet the (New) Press
                  Today's rising class of DC journalists.

                    The New Storytellers: My Story
                    How did I get here? That's an interesting story....

                      The New Storytellers: Evolution of a Storyteller
                      To understand the new storyteller, we must understand how storytelling has evolved.

                        Inside Out
                        Life, observed, in Bellevue.

                          It All Adds Up
                          Math professor John Schmitt has never taught a student quite like Aden Forrow '13.

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                          Looking at Thoreau’s Personal Copy of Walden
                          Thoreau scholar, Associate Professor of Religion and Environmental Studies Rebecca Kneale Gould guides us through some of Thoreau’s pencil-written notes in the margins of the author’s personal copy of Walden at the College’s Special Collections.