Middlebury Fall Foliage from Middlebury College on Vimeo. Sometimes, like this past weekend, when the air is warm and the trees glow and the leaves crunch and the mountains are clear and the grass pops green, we put down our books and are reminded that we go to school in the most beautiful place in the world. We can also be reminded of this when Middlebury uses its vast resourcesContinue reading
Alice Oshima ’15 and Luke Whelan ‘13.5 want to let you know about something: Next Wednesday, right after fall break, we invite anyone interested in resisting Teach for America or in educating themselves about the burgeoning TFA resistance movement to join us for dinner in Proctor. Middlebury is one of the top schools for TFA recruitment. However, we believe the full story about TFA and the damage it is doingContinue reading
Alpenglow has released an EP of songs from their forthcoming album. It sounds fantastic. It’s not quite the same without Matt Ball yelling “GLOOOOOW” but it’ll do until the next show. Go listen to it and/or buy it at their bandcamp. And word on the street is they’ll be playing a show in Middlebury sometime in the near future, so stay tuned for news about that.
Fall break is coming up, and, as a life-time Vermonter, I feel obliged to share a list of the less well-known gems Vermont is hiding. If you’ve got a car and nothing to do for the long weekend, I highly recommend visiting at least one place on my list. 1. Morse Farm, Montpelier In the summer, I visit Morse Farm at least once a week. You can find homemade maple syrupContinue reading