mural splash A Big Beautiful Idea Comes to Life
A student who loves murals. A giant white wall. It was a match made in heaven.

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

DiazSM A Day of Díaz
It’s not often a bunch of students get to hang out and talk with an award-winning rising literary star whose book they’ve just read.

Sustainability A Green Tour of Campus
A new interactive map adds facts and faces to some of the college's great sustainability projects.

DSC_3863 A Voice Heard ’Round the World
When Abigail Borah ’13 spoke out at the U.N. Climate Conference, the moderator told her no one was listening. But the world media was.

Picture 3 A Wedding in Haiti (Audio)
Listen to Julia Alvarez '71 read from her latest book A Wedding in Haiti.

BRAIN_splash Academe: Science on the Brain
Find out what Obama's recently announced Brain Initiative means to some students and faculty.

fellowships_splash1 Academe: The Fellowship Frontier
Middlebury's newest crop of fellowship winners is getting ready to head off to far flung places.

bread_loaf_rehearsal Actors Among Scholars
Who's afraid of Virginia Woolf? Hopefully no one after they've heard a dramatic reading by the professional actors at the Bread Loaf School of English.

xcncaachamps10 After 36 Years Coaching, Terry Aldrich Goes Out On Top
Middlebury's incredibly successful 3-sport coach stopped by MiddMag for a quick interview before heading into retirement.

Ian Douglas '80 All Are Welcome
In 225 years, the Episcopal Diocese of Connecticut has never elected a bishop from outside the diocese. Until they met Ian Douglas '80.

Singer and songwriter Angelique Kidjo performs at Middlebury College's Nelson Arena Angelique Kidjo Dazzling and Thought Provoking in Concert, Lecture
Grammy Award-winning singer and activist Angelique Kidjo brought the energy of her ideas and music to Middlebury for the John Hamilton Fulton Lecture.

Presenter Ting Li at Middlebury College's fourth annual Spring Symposium Arsenic and Old Rocks
Student researchers showcase big ideas at the 2010 Spring Symposium.

Jesse Eisenberg At The Movies
MiddMag recently caught up with screenwriter Antonio Macia ’00 to chat about his film Holy Rollers, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival earlier this year.

MCAC_082611_0112 Back to the Books at Bread Loaf
Alums enjoy a brief return to the classroom each August. Here are sights and sounds.

therapy_dogs_for_exam_week_splash Bark Break
It's exam week and a pack of furry stress busters are here to help.

splash - student at big book Behind the Scenes: A Window into History
Rare books, television scripts, the Hemingway Family Archive—an inside look at Middlebury's Special Collections.

computer_splash4 Behind the Scenes: What’s Next for Your Computer
Middlebury College owns nearly 3,000 computers. But what happens to them when their days are done?

tal-side Behind-The-Scenes: The Writing of “School Building”
Xander Manshel talks to Tal Birdsey about the spring 2010 story "School Building."

Sherryfinal Bittersweet End of the Line for Bread Loaf’s Streetcar
Midd Mag's Bread Loaf student-on-the-scene Sherry Brown reflects on the end of her summer studies after seeing the final performance of "A Streetcar Named Desire."

lab_0762 Brain Matters
Into a physiological psychology laboratory. Today's assignment? Brain dissection.

SpSymp13_2427 Brainpower in Action: 2013 Spring Student Symposium
More than 350 students shared the culmination of their research at the seventh annual Spring Student Symposium.

Ferry_4 Bridging the Gap
A German exchange student takes the closing of the Crown Point Bridge personally

Sounds of Africa -- Professor Damascus Kafumbe—ethnomusicologist, performer, composer—teaches students what music means to world cultures and how to perform the music of his own. Bringing Sounds of Africa to Middlebury
Assistant Professor of Music Damascus Kafumbe shatters preconceptions of African music.

Stella-Stan-Blanche_3291 Bringing the Streetcar to Life
In this second installment from MiddMag’s Bread Loaf student-on-the-scene Sherry Brown, she shares her thoughts and observations after attending rehearsals for A Streetcar Named Desire.