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180 Degrees Consulting (180 DC)

180 Degrees Consulting is a student-run consulting organization that provides high-quality consulting services to nonprofits and social enterprises to create a greater social impact. Members work as consultants on semester-long projects with clients.

Activities Board

The Activities Board's mission is to enrich the quality of student life by orchestrating and executing consistent and innovative programming, upholding College traditions, and providing support for the whole community, in the spirit of collaboration.

African American Alliance (AAA)

This organization promotes black culture in various forms including art, history, dance, music, literature, government, society, and people.

Aikido Club (Aikido)

We practice the Japanese martial art of Aikido. Aikido is performed by blending with the motion of the attacker and redirecting the force of the attack rather than opposing it head-on.


Alianza aims to create a support network for Latin American students and students interested in the culture.

American Enterprise Institute Club (AEI Club)

American Enterprise Institute on Campus seeks to promote free market values and principles including, but not restricted to, the importance of free enterprise and a limited federal government through events and discussion.

American Sign Language Club (ASL)

A club for those interested in learning about Deaf culture and American Sign Language through games, songs, and fun!

Amnesty International (Amnesty)

Amnesty International is the world’s largest grassroots human rights organization, with over 3 million members, supporters and campaigners in 150 countries with a vision of a world in which every person enjoys all human rights.

Arabesque: The Arab Heritage Club (Arabesque)

Arabesque is a portal for Middlebury students to discover and experience the beauty of Arab cultures.

Architecture Table

Architecture Table is a design interest club that encourages creative thought and fosters critical dialogue concerning the built environment and its interaction with the natural world.

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