The University of Vermont's Independent Voice Since 1883

The Vermont Cynic

The University of Vermont's Independent Voice Since 1883

The Vermont Cynic

The University of Vermont's Independent Voice Since 1883

The Vermont Cynic

Students line up outside the COVID-19 Testing Center Nov. 18.
The University to close down on-campus testing site next semester
Lila Cumming , Summer News Editor • July 19, 2022

The University is removing the on-campus testing center due to decreasing demand for PCR testing, according to a July 18 email from UVM Provost...

 Senior speaker Cyrus Oswald, 2021-22, swears in Senator Sam Wigon, a junior, as treasurer for the 2022-23 academic year as incoming Vice President Sarah Wood watches April 26.
SGA swears in new speaker and treasurer
Isabelle Tanner, Cynic News Reporter • May 3, 2022
The Cynic: now and in the future
The Cynic: now and in the future
Ella Ruehsen, Editor-in-Chief • May 5, 2022

Dear Readers,  It is a bittersweet reality that Issue 29 is the last print issue we will produce this academic year. In reflecting back on...

Apply for positions youre unqualified for
Apply for positions you're unqualified for
Mary Kueser, Opinion Columnist • May 5, 2022
Students should take gap semesters
Students should take gap semesters
Harry van Dyke, Opinion Columnist • May 4, 2022
UVM #15 Charlie Egan and Binghamton #29 Teddy McLoughlin wait for the face-off April 23.
Men's lacrosse to host AE tournament
Lucia Gallo, Cynic Sports Reporter • April 26, 2022

UVM men's lacrosse earned the right to host the America East tournament for the first time in program history with a 17-10 Senior Day victory...

NCAA limits caffeine intake
Matthew Rosenberg, Sports Editor • April 21, 2022
Mens lacrosse wins four straight games
Men's lacrosse wins four straight games
Austin Chen, Cynic Sports Reporter • April 12, 2022
UVM alum Pamela Smith, who was diagnosed with early-onset Alzhiemer’s, outside the Waterman building April 29. Smith has a Master’s Degree in social work from UVM.
UVM alumn advocates for Alzheimer's services
Liz Roote, Features Editor • May 5, 2022

Vermont resident Pamela Smith completed her master’s in social work at UVM in 1997 and was a mental health and human services professional...

Graduate student Justin Salisbury outside of Perkins Hall April 22. Salisbury, who is blind, advocates for child custody rights for parents with disabilities.
Bill aims to protect parents with disabilities
Julia Dell'Amore, Features Staff Writer • April 27, 2022
Baker shows off a jar of cannabis April 15.
Vermont's THC market set to open May 1
Delaney Roy, Features Staff Writer • April 19, 2022
Bread and puppets meet activism in VT
Bread and puppets meet activism in VT
Lucy Kelly, Features Staff Writer • April 14, 2022
Sophomore Ally Wheeler captures content for her nutritional Instagram page @radiantplates on Redstone campus April 29.
Student promotes intuitive eating and wellness on Instagram
Avery DeLisle, Culture Staff Writer • May 3, 2022

Sophomore Ally Wheeler promotes nutrition and wellness through social media by sharing her own health journey on her Instagram page, @radiantplates. Wheeler...

Dancers rehearse for the Illuminate, the Senior Dance Capstone Showcase in Cohen Hall April 24.
Dance seniors collaborate for capstone performance
Paige Fisher, Culture and Podcast Editor • April 28, 2022
UVM interns work at Common Roots kitchens Flatbread Friday event in South Burlington April 22.
UVM interns support Common Roots
Dominic Minadeo, Culture Staff Writer • April 27, 2022
The Cynic: now and in the future
The Cynic: now and in the future
Ella Ruehsen, Editor-in-Chief • May 5, 2022

Dear Readers,  It is a bittersweet reality that Issue 29 is the last print issue we will produce this academic year. In reflecting back on...

The Cynics are back on the stands
The Cynics are back on the stands
Kate Vanni, editor-in-chief • February 9, 2022
In the second week of the fall 2020 semester, students trickle into the Davis Center for their mandatory weekly COVID-19 test.
UVM terminates COVID-19 information newsletter 'UVM Forward'
Halsey McLaen, News Editor • May 2, 2022

UVM announced the termination of UVM Forward, the University’s COVID-19 information e-newsletter, according to an April 29 email.  The...

A K95 mask lies on the gravel next to a sidewalk March 17.
UVM community debates mask mandate lift
Audrie Caruso, Cynic News Reporter • March 21, 2022
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