College art exhibit backs women’s rights

The exhibit “Visualizing Reproductive Justice: A Call to End Fake Clinics” will go on display for a week beginning Tuesday, Sept. 27, in the Winter Garden Hallway at Middlebury College’s Axinn Center.

Burlington Taiko celebrates MAC’s 30th anniversary season

A weeklong residency will include workshops for Middlebury College students and faculty/staff; area schoolchildren from Middlebury Union High School, Mary Hogan Elementary School, and Aurora Preschool; and community members.

Middlebury College teams mostly successful

In Middlebury College action this past week the football team won its opener, the field hockey and women’s soccer squads each picked up a pair of victories and the men’s soccer team split two contests.

College teams go 1-1-1 against Amherst, win other contests

Middlebury College teams had mixed results on NESCAC rival Amherst’s fields on Saturday before winning non-league games in subsequent action.

Letter to the editor: Off-campus student housing creating problems

It was extremely disappointing to learn that both the town selectboard and the college have strayed from the spirit of our Town Plan by allowing for the conversion of several town residences into student housing.

Panther sports teams successful in debuts

The Middlebury College field hockey and men’s and women’s soccer teams all debuted on Tuesday with shutout wins. All three will visit NESCAC foe Amherst on Saturday.

More details coming Wednesday on Middlebury housing complex

MIDDLEBURY — The company that is planning to build more than 88 units of “mixed-income” housing off Seminary Street Extension in Middlebury will host its second public information meeting this Wednesday, Sept. 7. In a meeting at the Middlebury town office … (read more)

Student takes time from class to fight fires

A.J. Rossbach, a Middlebury College student from Seattle, is breaking boundaries locally and nationwide as a volunteer at the Middlebury Fire Department.

Middlebury officials seek to rein in noisy college students

The Middlebury selectboard will use the town’s noise and nuisance ordinances and more effective communication with the college officials to address increasing complaints about off-campus student housing, rather than trying to remedy the situation through … (read more)

Panther field hockey coach Katharine DeLorenzo honored

Middlebury College Head Field Hockey Coach Katharine DeLorenzo has been selected as a member of the 2022 National Field Hockey Coaches Association (NFHCA) Hall of Fame induction class.

Bob Ritter to step down as Middlebury College head football coach at end of season

After four decades coaching very successful Ritter will move into administrative role.

McCauley takes reins as interim college provost

Long-time Middlebury College professor Michelle McCauley will step in as College Provost after Jeff Cason, who held the post, died suddenly on July 14 following a short battle with cancer.

Clippings: Let’s knock college off its pedestal

College is held on a pedestal. Next year, that pedestal will be raised even higher, with Middlebury College’s annual tuition and fees surpassing $80,000. I am left wondering: is it really worth it?

College internship program gets boost

Back in March, Middlebury College received a $25 million grant from an anonymous donor to fund the creation of a new conflict transformation initiative. Now it’s enhancing the work of students in the college’s Privilege and Poverty summer internship progr … (read more)

College mourns the passing of Jeff Cason

Middlebury College Provost Jeff Cason passed away on July 14 suddenly after enduring treatments for a cancer that was diagnosed this spring.