How did a former art history major come to manage millions of board feet of timber?
Who was the woman behind the stark photojournalism of the 1930s and 1940s?
Being of mixed races, Demetrius Borge ’16 says that he has enjoyed many of the privileges of being Black, but has faced none of the consequences. So he became inspired to better understand the Black experience at Middlebury—not by internalizing the experience, but by opening himself up to those already in this space.
The director of the Bread Loaf Writers' Conferences looks back on her first year on the job.
That word—failure—prompts such a negative reaction, doesn’t it? After all, nobody got to Middlebury by failing. But without it, without failure, we could not be our best selves. Eleven essayists explain
Deirdre Heekin ’89 has a compelling case to make.