The Vermont Cynic

Tracking COVID-19 at UVM
SGA council members socially distance in their first in person meeting of the year, Sept. 8.
SGA affirms support for the Cynic following admin changes to student media oversight
Paige Fisher, Cynic News Reporter • December 1, 2020

UVM’s Student Government Association affirmed its support for the Cynic’s autonomy following changes from the University to the student newspaper’s...

Trumps refusal to concede is further dividing the country
Trumps refusal to concede is further dividing the country
Jordan Spindel, Opinion Columnist • November 27, 2020

It’s been weeks since America elected Joe Biden as the next president of the United States.  Normally, everybody would just accept the...

High schoolers seniors need COVID support
High schoolers seniors need COVID support
Sam Jefferson, Opinion Columnist • November 25, 2020
Empathy a necessity for school in a pandemic
Empathy a necessity for school in a pandemic
Emily Johnston, Assistant Opinion Editor • November 23, 2020
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

“All of the Lights” blasted from speakers as skiers and riders snapped their bindings in and hit the rails for the first time in six months. UVM’s...

The men
UVM varsity sports to resume play starting next month
Hayley Rosen, Assistant Sports Editor • October 27, 2020
Patience Bannerman, the owner of the market, seen inside her store.
Burlington’s sole African Market faces uncertain future
Payton Kurrle, Features Staff Writer • November 26, 2020

Patience Bannerman sits at her checkout counter, conversing with a customer. In front of her are Stockfish Bits and homemade donuts, behind her...

The Grossman School of Business is made up of Ifshin and Kalkin Halls, pictured Nov. 8
Business majors' voting rates remain low
Liz Chadwick, Features Staff Writer • November 12, 2020
Candidate for Lieutenant Governor of Vermont, Molly Gray, stands with a group of supporters on the corner of Marshall Ave. and St. George Rd. in Williston, VT, Oct. 30.
UVM alumna runs for Lieutenant Governor
Tulley Hescock, Assistant Feature Editor • November 3, 2020
Graduate Student Manya Ruckhaus works in the Geology lab on Trinity, Oct. 22.
'Critical Zone' team awarded $3.2 million
Rebecca Holt, Features Staff Writer • October 30, 2020
Film producer discusses collaboration and perseverance
Film producer discusses collaboration and perseverance
Kellyn Doerr, Staff Writer • November 23, 2020

Students clicked the link and turned on their cameras and microphones, intrigued and prepared to talk with an esteemed producer and UVM alumni.  The...

Don
Don't give up on reproductive rights
November 4, 2020

In a country where many women already have limited access to reproductive rights, Barrett has confirmed the fears that lurk in the back of every...

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