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Artist in Residence Viye Dibe What does African Art have to do with the Environment?
Noted Senegalese artist Viyé Diba made a room-sized impression at the Museum of Art this month.

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Cover A Classic Journey
Fall Family Weekend marked the seventh year that the Classics Department staged a marathon reading of a classical text.

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Exterior Solar Decathlon Team Says “Come On In!”
On Tuesday, August 9, Middlebury's Solar Decathlon team officially welcomed visitors to tour the nearly finished home. Here's a brief slideshow in case you couldn't make it.

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addie How did you get here, Addie Cleveland ’13?
An annual series produced by the Middlebury Fellows in Narrative Journalism

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Lorena How did you get here, Lorena Espinoza, ’11.5?
Produced by Aidesha-Kiya Vega-Hutchens ’13 and photography by Melissa Shapiro ’13

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IMG_0617 Rain or Shine
Every year, a dedicated crew from Facilities Services takes on the task of readying the campus for Commencement. Take a brief glimpse at how they do it.

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Middlebury student Hannah Waite demonstrates her laser harp The Laser Harp
Music and physics are the perfect match in this creative thesis by double major Hannah Waite ’11.

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EleListen Twist of Lyme
Ele Woods '12 helps MiddMag navigate the wonders of the 2011 Spring Student Symposium.

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Green_Laces-13 Green Feats
Make a promise to the planet. Then show your support by lacing up with green.

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uprising splash Rise Up
Nearly a year to the day after being accepted into the Solar Decathlon, Team Middlebury kicked off construction with a ceremonial wall raising.

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BookText Turbo Speak
A handful of ambitious students are stepping up the tempo of their introduction to German. Affectionately called Turbo Deutsch, the lively and fast-paced course offers three full semesters of German in just one.

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IMG_9665 Students Push for Arsenic Law
Remarkably few people know how often dangerous arsenic shows up in well water. A group of Middlebury students wants to change that.

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sledding_splash Slippery Slope
Another day, another blizzard. Five students far from home find some fun on a nearly-deserted campus during February break.

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entsign Rikert Ramps Up with New Director, New Ideas
Long-time fixture of winter fun, the Carroll & Jane Rikert Ski Touring Center has a new director—and some great new ideas for a bright future.

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splash Production Notes: Interview with Cartoonist Tim Newcomb
A quick chat with Tim Newcomb, illustrator for the Wright Theatre mural video.

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mainSM The Buzz at the Bridge
Find out what all the buzz is about at 51 Main, the college's downtown restaurant and night spot.

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sm061204-Morgado-19stewart Tales from the Crypt
Ezra Brainerd is but one of many notable Midd folk whose final resting place is right next door.

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sm061204-Morgado-18 The Making of a Photo Essay: Tales from the Crypt
Photographer Mario Morgado describes how he made the eerily beautiful pinhole camera images in our photo essay "Tales from the Crypt" that appeared in the Fall 2010 issue of Middlebury Magazine.

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TimSort1.5sm You’ve Got Mail
Ever wonder just how that letter or package slip got into your McCullough mailbox?

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Not Dead Yet
The humble typewriter gets its curtain call in Hope Tucker's first-year seminar "Dead Technologies."

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Sights and Sounds of the Pre-season
Most of Middlebury's fall sports teams open their seasons this weekend, but their work really began a few weeks ago in the sweltering mid-August heat.

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Storytelling
Notable young writer Tiphanie Yanique embodies the heart, soul, and spirit of the Bread Loaf Writers’ Conference. She arrived six years ago in the coveted role of waiter and returned this summer as a distinguished Fellow and rising star.

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Pledge Week
Nervous! Excited! Terrified! As Middlebury Language School students prepare to take "The Pledge," that's exactly how they feel.

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Trash and Treasure
Middlebury's impressively high rate of trash diversion - 60% - is even more impressive once you see how it's accomplished.

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Commencement Sights and Sounds
Enjoy the festivities of commencement, and take a peek behind the scenes with this audio slide show.