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Struggle to sublet hinder studying abroad

Struggle to sublet hinder studying abroad

December 6, 2016

For some students, the ability to sublet may be just as important a factor as rent and location are while searching for off-campus leases for next year. Students struggle to find subletters...

Student band finds place in the Burly scene

Student band finds place in the Burly scene

November 10, 2016

A guitarist handed flyers out around campus last year in search of new bandmates. One year and three band names later, the band that formed thereafter, Jeddy, will now play every Monday at Nectar’s...

ResLife promotes themed housing

November 8, 2016

Next academic year, 75 percent of first-year students will live in programmed housing. Students have no official input as of right now, said Joe Russell, associate director of residential education...

UVM police investigate reports of break-ins at University Heights

UVM police investigate reports of break-ins at University Heights

November 1, 2016

Multiple residents of University Heights South experienced break-ins over a two night period. UVM Police received reports of the break-ins during the nights of Oct. 24 and Oct. 25, according to an Oct....

ResLife announces dorm space for upperclassmen

ResLife announces dorm space for upperclassmen

October 20, 2016

Upperclassmen may soon have an easier time finding housing. ResLife announced there will be more room for upperclassmen to live on-campus in the 2017-2018 academic year due to the completed construction...

National foundation and faculty criticize Bias Response program

National foundation and faculty criticize Bias Response program

October 11, 2016

UVM has come under criticism for its program targeting bias on campus.   The Foundation for Individual Rights in Education has named UVM its “Speech Code of the Month” for September 2016,...

$66 million donated to medical school

$66 million donated to medical school

September 23, 2016

A record-breaking $66 million has been donated to the UVM Medical School.   President Tom Sullivan, along with members of the board of trustees, faculty and students of the College of Medicine,...

Marijuana legalization bill passes the Vermont senate

March 3, 2016

Vermont is one step closer to legalizing recreational marijuana.The Vermont State Senate voted 17 to 12 to pass the measure Feb. 18. It will now head to the Vermont House of Representatives. If the...

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...

Hundreds of students hold rally to support Mizzou

Hundreds of students hold rally to support Mizzou

  [Updated: 10:29 p.m. Nov. 16, 2015]   Over 200 students gathered in front of the Bailey/Howe Library Nov. 13 to show support for the students at the University of Missouri. The...

Sodexo pays bill for utensil theft

April 8, 2015

Plates, cups, cookware, utensils and other items are broken and stolen on a daily basis in UVM’s dining halls, Sodexo employees said.“It creates a dark cloud over the whole dining experience,” Sodexo...

One student dead, two in critical condition after crash

One student dead, two in critical condition after crash

April 8, 2015

Three UVM students were involved in a car accident April 4.First-year Christina L. Menke from Essex, Vermont, a student in the College of Nursing and Health Sciences died in the accident, according to...

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