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December 8, 2015

Reading days cut starting in fall

Reading days cut starting in fall

Kelsey Neubauer and Michelle Phillips December 8, 2015

Students will have five consecutive days of exams starting fall semester 2016. Reading days will be removed, UVM officials say. This new schedule change is due to a resolution passed by the Student...

Facebook has created a tool that allows users to ignore their exes

Camilla Broccolo December 8, 2015

Seeing your old flame on social media can be one of the worst aspects of a breakup, or as this generation calls it, the end of a “committed” hookup, whatever you want to call it, as long as no one...

ILLUSTRATION BY MARISSA LANOFF FOR COFFEE STORY

On campus coffee for your exam cram

Chris Leow December 8, 2015

Finals are coming and for most students that means late nights, flashcards and lots of coffee. To help with the latter, I’ve compiled a list of coffees around campus and my thoughts on them: Speeder...

UVM offers course on human trafficking

John Riedel, Staff Writer December 8, 2015

UVM will offer a course on human trafficking this spring semester. The course, “Trafficking: the Sex and Labor Trafficking of Human Beings,” is offered by the department of social work and will...

 Vermont folk musician Anais Mitchell plays Signal Kitchen Dec. 5. Mitchell is currently on tour for her seventh album, “Xoa.”

Folk artist sells out at Signal Kitchen

December 8, 2015

On a rainy Wednesday night, Vermont’s own folk singer and songwriter played a sold-out show at Signal Kitchen.Anais Mitchell is reminiscent of a modern-day Joni Mitchell, with a softer voice that’s...

Women's hockey bitten by the Huskies

Women’s hockey bitten by the Huskies

December 8, 2015

The No. 7  ranked Northeastern Huskies came from behind Dec. 5 to edge the Catamounts 2-1 at Gutterson Fieldhouse.Catamount women’s hockey tallied a loss Saturday, as Northeastern senior forward Kendall...

UVM hosts Aiken K-12 Maker Faire

Kelsey Neubauer, Senior Staff Writer December 8, 2015

Children in grades k-12 and their families were able to observe and share a variety of engineering projects and exhibits at the Aiken K-12 Maker Faire. More than 750 people attended the Nov. 21 fair,...

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