About halfway through a campus discussion on cultural appropriation and community standards, students, when given the microphone, began by introducing themselves. Hi, I’m Annie. Hello, I’m Victor. Hi, I’m Peter. At first I thought folks were being polite, demonstrating that while we’re a small campus, it’s not safe to assume everyone knows everyone else. […]
Old Chapel: Vibrant Research at a Liberal Arts Institution
Laurie Patton's column from the winter 2016 issue.
Pursuits: The Chaplain
His grandfather was an officer in the Navy and his father was a pastor. Dan Curtis '87 is both.
On a Sea of Stone
The way geology professor Jeff Munroe navigates Utah’s Uinta Mountains and other landscapes reveals something about what it means to be a Middlebury teacher and researcher
The Research Paradigm
Debunking the myth that serious research doesn't exist at a liberal arts college.
Can a Place Like Aspen Go Green?
In a posh resort town where private jets zip in and out, Matthew Hamilton ’95 has an answer for all the skeptics out there.
What It Means to Be Kelly Brush
A decade removed from a ski-racing accident that left her paralyzed, a young woman navigates a new course.