Winter 2017

    Pursuits: The Shopkeeper
    Steeped in comic book culture and possessing a keen sense of community, Cade Schreger '15 relies on both as the owner of a Brooklyn comic book store.

      Return to Freedom
      You probably know the story of Solomon Northup, the freeborn African-American man who was sold into slavery, enduring 12 years of unimaginable horror. But what do you know about his rescuer, a member of the Middlebury Class of 1829?

        How He Won
        Political scientist Matt Dickinson intended to spend his sabbatical writing the definitive work on the Obama White House staff. Instead, his leave year was dedicated to chronicling one of the most improbable candidacies for the American presidency.

          Bye, Bye Love
          Breakups are hard enough. But when the relationship was born in Middlebury, the uncoupling can be that much more difficult.

            The Prisoner
            Theo Padnos ’91 spent nearly two years captive in an al-Qaeda prison in Syria. It was Vermont that saved him.

              Editor’s Note: Taking the Ice
              The editor joins a winter term workshop, intending to learn how to skate.

                Old Chapel: A Sense of Belonging
                Middlebury's president emphasizes what it means to belong.

                  Road Taken: Let’s Give It a Name
                  There is a mountain peak on the Long Trail in Vermont with quite the backstory.