If you know who your class correspondents are, you can submit a class note to them. Class correspondents’ names and email addresses can be found at the end of your class column in the magazine. Otherwise you can send your class notes directly to the Alumni Editor, Sara Marshall, at email@example.com. Please include your class year.
Submit an electronic photo scanned at 300 dpi (as a jpeg or a tif file) to firstname.lastname@example.org, clearly titled with Midd alum’s name. Please include a caption with the names of those in the photo by row beginning with the first row and include class years, maiden names of women, and information about the date and location of the wedding.
Wedding photos are used in chronological order, oldest wedding first, as quickly as space becomes available in the magazine. Please note that news about the wedding may appear in the class notes before the photo appears in the Celebrations section. Other information about the newlyweds, such as employment and other personal news, is usually included in the class notes column due to the very limited space available for captions. Also due to space considerations, we do not duplicate information, such as running lists of wedding attendees in both the class notes and the photo caption.
We also include photos of alumni mini-reunions in our Celebrations section. The guidelines are the same as for the wedding photos. Please be sure all people in the photo are aware it will be published in the magazine.
If you know of an alumna/us who has died, you can send a newspaper obituary to Sara Marshall, Middlebury Magazine, 152 College St., Middlebury College, Middlebury, VT 05753. Or you can send it by email to email@example.com.
Family members who would like to supply information for an obituary in Middlebury Magazine can contact Sara Marshall directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or 802-443-5650.
Obituaries are included in the magazine in chronological order, with oldest obits appearing first. The names of deceased will appear in the In Memoriam box in the obituary section prior to the obituary appearing so that other alumni are aware of the death.