College invites community input on land use

Middlebury College is working on a plan for the 3,000 acres of land it owns in the Champlain Valley, and community members are invited to take part in the effort. 

College hosts symposium about radical engagement through architecture

The Architectural Studies Program at Middlebury College will host a symposium exploring the idea of “Architecture for All” on April 22 and 24. Afternoon lectures Monday-Thursday are free and open to the public.

Panther softball sweeps Bowdoin on new field

With Sunday’s 5-2, 7-0 doubleheader sweep of NESCAC rival Bowdoin, the Panthers are now 5-1 (4-0 in league play) on their newly installed field-turf surface off South Street.

Panther nine takes three from visiting Polar Bears

The Middlebury College baseball team swept three games from visiting Bowdoin this past weekend, and then defeated Norwich in a non-league game on Tuesday to improve to 14-7. The Panthers scored in double digits in all four outings.

Karl Lindholm: Women’s hoop has a record breaker: Alexa Mustafaj

In the quarterfinals of the NESCAC women’s basketball tournament on Feb. 17, Middlebury was down by four in the third quarter to the dreaded Amherst Mammoths. 

Midd teams celebrate new diamonds

Middlebury College on Sunday celebrated its newly renovated Baseball and Softball Complex with a ceremony that included donors, parents, both teams and college officials.

Smiley to discuss far-flung journalism

Xan Smiley of The Economist will deliver the 2024 Robert W. van de Velde, Jr. ’75 Memorial lecture on Tuesday, April 9, at 4:30 p.m., in Dana Auditorium on the campus of Middlebury College. His topic will be “Often mistaken: an Economist editor reflects o … (read more)

Undefeated women’s lax survives challenge

The Middlebury College women’s lacrosse team found itself in uncharted territory on its home turf this past Saturday against Wesleyan.

Middlebury man pleads not guilty to knife attack

A Middlebury man is being held without bail after pleading innocent to charges he attempted to kill a Middlebury College student in a knife attack on College Street this past Wednesday, March 20. 

College students explore ‘risk and necessity’ of touch, pets and ribbon dancing

The Middlebury College Department of Theatre will present “The Found Dog Ribbon Dance,” a modern comedy about love and longing and the power of touch, written by Dominic Finocchiaro, directed by Olga Sanchez Saltveit.

Panther women roll on with two victories

The Middlebury College women’s lacrosse team picked up two more one-sided victories late last week, both on the road, to improve to 7-0. The Panthers, ranked No. 1 in NCAA Division III, will next host NESCAC foe Wesleyan this Saturday at noon. 

Midd men’s lax downs league foe Conn College, and Springfield too

The Panther men’s lacrosse team overcame a slow start on Friday to defeat visiting NESCAC foe Connecticut, 14-10, and improve their spot in league play.

Symposium to focus on anti-gender movement

As part of its annual Gensler Family Symposium on Feminism, Middlebury College will host a conference on the global anti-gender movement on April 11 and 12.

Top-ranked women’s lax wins two more

The Middlebury College women’s lacrosse team, ranked No. 1 in NCAA Division III, kept up its winning ways in recent play, picking up two road victories in the past week.

Panther men’s lax topples Bobcats to stop short skid

The Middlebury College men’s lacrosse team on Saturday snapped an early-season three-game skid by topping visiting Bates, 17-10.