Multimedia

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Drawing On the Wall
Students in an art history course brought a Sol LeWitt wall drawing to life at the Middlebury College Museum of Art.

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Nordic Coach Andrew Gardner talks NCAAs
Nordic Coach Andrew Gardner discusses his team and the upcoming NCAA Championship, hosted at Middlebury College March 6 - 9

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What Humankind Left Behind
Internationally prominent photographer Edward Burtynsky creates an art form that is as engaging as it is provocative.

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Comfort for the Lovelorn
Bianca Giaever ’12.5 talks to MiddMag about her viral hit, “Holy Cow Lisa,” a short film depicting love and heartbreak at Middlebury.

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What Did You Do On Your “Febmester”?
Meet our newest Middlebury students, and hear some of the fascinating things they did during their “Febmester.”

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Class Assignment: Give Away $100,000
Students in a Winter Term course just made grants to charities of their choice totaling $100,000, thanks to a grant from the Once Upon A Time Foundation.

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When Alumni Come Back to Teach
Middmag talked to six alumni who were back sharing their knowledge and expertise with students this past January.

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Welcome to the Age of Humans
What do the next 100,000 years of life on Earth hold in store?

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Feb Cam!
Take a look at the annual Feb ski down celebration from a Feb's eye view.

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John Huddleston on “Healing Ground”
Listen in as author and photographer John Huddleston narrates an audio slideshow of his favorite images from Healing Ground.

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What’s Happening at Old Stone Mill?
Middmag went to OSM’s fall showcase and met up with some of the current tenants, including an app developer, a clothes designer, and a group opening a beauty salon for women of color.

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Professor Pundits: VICTORY…for Political Scientists
Middlebury's Professor Pundits wrap up their year-long commentary series with some surprising insights on the election.

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Professor Pundits: The Expectations Game
In their final commentary before the election, the Professor Pundits look at the electoral map and tell us what they'll be watching for on election night.

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Celebrating the Flagship R/V Folger
The Research Vessel David Folger and its beaming namesake took center stage along Lake Champlain during a lively dedication ceremony.

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Capturing Creativity
An interview with film director Erik Greenberg Anjou ’83 on his documentary film, ”The Klezmatics.”

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Professor Pundits: Will Women Decide the Presidential Race?
President Obama's lead among women voters is slipping as the presidential race tightens in the final weeks.

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Riding the Rails Through Small-Town America
Ryan Kim ’14 tells us what prompted him to travel thousands of miles by train through small-town America.

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Parents: What Did You Learn in School Today?
MiddMag's "Tell Us One Thing" series returns with a question for parents on Fall Family Weekend.

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Professor Pundits: Who’s Ahead? It’s Debatable.
One presidential debate down, two to go. Our pundits look at many factors that will influence the race from here on.

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Wired for Creativity
Alum siblings Ben and Rachel Schiffer help launch creativity symposium with their DJ/wirewalking act.

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Welcoming the Carbon-Neutral Class
How do you explain carbon neutrality to a group of first-years? Cue the carbon-shredding sharks, of course!

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Professor Pundits: Things That Go Bump…Or Not
If either presidential candidate was hoping for a big post-convention bump in the polls, both may be disappointed.

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MiddCORE Stretches into Summer
This year marked the launch of MiddCOREplus, MiddCORE’s project-based summer program. MiddMag’s Brendan Mahoney ‘11 was there to capture their presentations.

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“Summer Games” at Middlebury Language Schools
Fierce international competition in August can only mean one thing: summer games at the language schools.

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Science Spoken Here
Summer immersion at Middlebury extends beyond its renowned Language Schools