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Blog Posts Archive from 2011

Top 5 Middlebury College Traditions

Fall Orientation festivities are about to start up, and as is customary for this time of year I’ve been overcome with waves of nostalgia. True, I am only going to be a junior and thereby far from my prime reminiscing … Continue reading

Who stays at Middlebury in the summer?

In addition to the roughly 1,400 language school students on campus this summer, there are close to 200 summer workers who are staying at Middlebury for at least part of their summer to work a wide variety of positions around … Continue reading

Festivity on the Green

The past week an incredible event occurred, Middlebury’s Festival on the Green, where, as you can imagine, a festival was held in the Middlebury on the Green Space between Main Street and Merchants Road. This was a whole week of … Continue reading

Middlebury, VT – A Rural Vermont Town

This Memorial Day, I had the chance to attend the Middlebury Memorial Day Parade. Firetrucks, boyscouts, girlscouts, local politicians, police cars, bagpipes, and aliens from the town theatre were just a few of the spectacular sites I saw marching down … Continue reading

Adventures on Hwy 116

Vermont is one of the prettiest states to drive through. On any road you take, you will surely get a gorgeous view of the Adirondack mountains off in the distance; often you’ll have a view of mountains to both your … Continue reading

A Typical Summer Tour

In case you can’t make it to campus, or you forget things about the tour you did go on, here is a brief summary of a typical tour during the summer. We hope you enjoy this mini-tour, and hopefully you’ll … Continue reading

Hello Prospective Students!

Welcome to the 2011 Summer Interns’ Blog! We are the Summer Interns, a group of Middlebury students that stay on campus during the summer to work in the Admissions Office. You most likely found your way here from our Summer Interns page on the Middlebury website. … Continue reading