The Vermont Cynic

A sign in the entryway of the Davis Center COVID-19 testing location warns students that if they have symptoms they cannot test at this location. As the number of COVID-19 cases has increased at UVM over the last three weeks, officials put in place new restrictions Feb. 25.
BREAKING: UVM announces twice weekly COVID-19 testing, harsher penalties
Ella Ruehsen, Assistant News Editor • February 25, 2021

UVM is doubling down its COVID-19 safety measures with increased testing and harsher penalties for rule violations after a record-high 62 cases...

Take a gap year after graduating, it
Take a gap year after graduating, it's more beneficial than you think
Tori Scala, Staff Writer • February 24, 2021

I don’t think I’m alone in saying that my college experience has not been what I anticipated. I thought I would be currently studying abroad,...

Follow your dreams....no seriously
Follow your dreams....no seriously
Sophie Oehler, Staff Writer • February 19, 2021
Empty seats line up on the side of UVM’s Patrick Gymnasium Jan. 28. All UVM winter sports have been postponed until Feb. 4. as of Jan. 22.
UVM women's basketball ends season while other sports remain on pause
Emma Pinezich, News and Sports Editor • January 30, 2021

UVM’s women’s basketball team has officially canceled the remainder of their season due to Covid-19, while all other UVM varsity sports remain...

A skier from the UVM Ski and Snowboard Club launches from the top of the pitch, setting up to hit the rails below Oct. 23.
First turns of the season are made at Dawn of the Shred
Kate Vanni, Layout and Illustrations Editor • October 29, 2020
The men
UVM varsity sports to resume play starting next month
Hayley Rosen, Assistant Sports Editor • October 27, 2020
An empty geology classroom in Perkins hall has chairs socially distanced Feb. 19. Many of the geology classrooms were locked and all were empty.
Geology department's proposed termination leaves faculty distraught
Rebecca Holt, Features Staff Writer • February 22, 2021

If the UVM administration goes through with the termination of the geology department, the university would stand out as one of the only state...

UVM hockey teams face gender disparities
UVM hockey teams face gender disparities
Elizabeth Roote, Features Staff Writer • February 15, 2021
Four rooms inside of Central Campus Residence Hall are lit up Jan. 21.
Students on campus face mental health challenges
Liz Chadwick, Features Staff Writer • February 11, 2021
A sign inside of Shalom Shuk, a thrift store located in a historic barn behind the Ohavi Zedek Synagogue on 188 North Prospect Street, shows shoppers there is a sale Feb. 4. Founded in 1855 the Ohavi Zedek Synagogue is Vt.’s oldest and largest Jewish congregation.
"Hate has no home here:" North End thrift store prioritizes community
Kellyn Doerr, Culture staff writer • February 24, 2021

As you walk through the thrift shop doors, hoping to find some treasures for cheap, you see a sign that reads prominently, “Hate Has No...

UVM First-year Matt Fisher sits inside the Harris-Millis common area Feb. 21. Fisher has been working on music for five years now.
'The Neon Lounge' showcases the best and worst of house
Connor Adams, Culture Staff Writer • February 22, 2021
Notes on coolness
Notes on coolness
Sophia Venturo, Culture Editor • February 19, 2021
Members of the band Lady Bits stand together posing for promotional shots they had taken for their recent album release.
'Lady Bits' brings practicality to punk
Quinn Johnson, Culture Staff Writer • February 17, 2021
Why you don
Why you don't see Cynics on our stands
Staff Editorial February 9, 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic has affected the way the Cynic operates in many ways. We’ve had to shift to a mostly remote reporting model, with...

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