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.
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.
We work with the Office of Sustainability Integration to promote sustainable living on campus.
College Democrats meet weekly to discuss the issues facing our nation and the future role of the Democratic party. All are welcome to attend regardless of party affiliation.
EatReal is devoted to promoting and introducing more sustainable and conscientious food in Middlebury's dining halls. We, alongside the administration, seek to educate the Middlebury community about the realities and opportunities around “real” food.
A group of Middlebury students looking to promote positive body image, healthy self esteem, and community building. In this group, we investigate bodies and our relationship to them through our own personal journeys, campus climate, and societal norms.
FAM allows students to explore and question the construction of gender and gender stereotypes as well as how they lend themselves to issues of sexual and domestic inequality and violence. FAM acknowledges the existence of multiple feminisms on campus
For GlobeMed to be a way for students to take action on important health and social justice issues by engaging with them through non-profit experience, learning and discussion, and by connecting to passionate, like-minded Midd kids.
An activist organization devoted to helping and advocating for refugees.
The purpose of J Street U Middlebury is as follows: To educate, advocate, and discuss along the lines of the “pro-Israel, pro-peace” agenda for peace, security and social justice in Israel and the future state of Palestine.