Ice skating show comes to town

The Middlebury College Winter Carnival Ice Show will be held this year on Saturday, Feb. 24, at 7 p.m., and Sunday, Feb. 25, from 2-3:30 p.m., in the Chip Kenyon Arena on South Main Street in Middlebury. Winter Carnival is celebrating its 101st event with this annual tradition, as well as many others. 

Women’s hoop advances in postseason

MIDDLEBURY — The fourth-seeded Middlebury College women’s basketball pulled away from visiting No. 5 Amherst in the fourth quarter of Saturday’s NESCAC quarterfinal to prevail, 59-48. The Panthers thus advanced to this coming weekend’s NESCAC final four a … (read more)

Karl Lindholm: Coach’s course puts sports and its lessons in context

Mike Leonard and Scott Langerman are friends — friends and colleagues. Together, they offered a Winter Term course at Middlebury College this January, “Sports and Society: How Sports Transcend Their Sidelines.” 

Psychology professor to speak on “Embracing Solitude” at Ilsley Library on Tuesday

In an AAUW talk titled “Embracing Solitude for Psychological Well Being” at Ilsley Library on Tuesday, Middlebury College Prof. Gina Thomas at diverse reactions that the prospect of being alone elicits. 

Panther women’s hoop defeat Mammoths in NESCAC quarterfinal; Mustafaj all-time scoring leader

The Middlebury College basketball, seeded No. 4, figured out No. 5 seen Amherst in the second half of Saturday’s game.

Women’s teams highlight Panthers’ efforts

In Middlebury College athletics over the weekend, women’s hockey nailed down at least the second seed for the upcoming NESCAC tournament, the ski team got a boost from a local Nordic athlete in taking fourth at the Dartmouth Carnival, women’s basketball w … (read more)

United for Ukraine benefit comes to Mahaney Feb. 17

Middlebury College students, alumni, faculty, staff, and guest artists will come together on Saturday, Feb. 17 to present “United for Ukraine,” a benefit showcase of Ukrainian resilience through art.

Clippings: Rip Van Winkle back in the classroom

“I’m Professor Van Winkle — you can call me ‘Rip.’” That’s how I introduced myself this fall on Sept. 9 at 9 a.m. to 16 fresh-faced Middlebury College first-year students.

Panther teams experience mixed results

In recent Middlebury College action, both basketball teams split weekend games, but remained in the hunt for top-four NESCAC playoff seeds; the men’s hockey team edged closer to a playoff berth; the women’s hockey team dropped two road games and a non-lea … (read more)

New comedy podcast tackles serious subjects

Bill Vitek and Doyle Dean know that talking about the climate crisis, social injustice and other pressing issues facing the world today can be challenging.

College teams net triumphs

In recent Middlebury College sports action, the women’s hockey and basketball teams each won twice and remained near the top of the NESCAC standings, while men’s hockey and basketball each picked up one victory.

New program encourages folks to explore county

From serene hiking trails to historic downtown centers, Addison County is filled with numerous natural and cultural destinations waiting to be explored. 

Acclaimed author Emily St. John Mandel understands our times

The renowned author will bring her award-winning work and perspectives to Middlebury College in a special reading and Q&A, followed by a book signing.

Davis Family Library opens new photo exhibit

Come see Middlebury College Special Collections’s new exhibition of photographs by alumna Bee Ottinger, and hear Ottinger and fellow alumna Karla Baehr talk on Friday, Jan. 26, at 1 p.m. 

Middlebury College Museum of Art opens new exhibits

This exhibit consists of 50 works of mixed-media collage, assemblage on wood panels, and sculpture that reimagine safe destinations for the Black American traveler during the mid-20th century.