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Sodexo brings Slovenian chef to UVM

Charlotte Fisher

February 18, 2014

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UVM will host a chef from Bresovica, Slovenia this year as part of the ninth annual Global Chefs event Feb. 20 and Feb. 21. Chef Bozidar Marin joined Sodexo in early 2003, not long after he found a place as executive chef, said Paul Bahan, area marketing coordinator for dining services. "I think that's really interesting," junior Am...

130 years through eyes of the Vermont Cynic

February 18, 2014

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The 130th anniversary of the Vermont Cynic is cause for a reflection on the paper's history.  The first issue of the Cynic was printed April 25, 1883. As soon as news on one event started to unfold, the writer dives into another topic, which in some cases is unrelated to the topic described by the article's header. The...

Flashback: 70s UVM

February 18, 2014

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After recently chatting with my father, UVM alumni John Rogers-I couldn't help but admire the drastically laid back atmosphere of UVM in the 1970s.  My pops graduated UVM in 1977.  During his four years, he served as SGA president while graduating second in his class with a degree in finance.  He even came back to tea...

Catamounts sunk by top ranked Eagles

Cam Panepinto

February 18, 2014

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Hockey fans across New England flocked to a sold-out Gutterson Fieldhouse Feb. 14 as Vermont hosted No. 1 nationally ranked Boston College Eagles. It was a physical game that had a total of 25 penalty minutes. Despite the Catamounts outshooting the Eagles, Boston was able to capitalize on their opportunities and won the...

Former Catamounts sent off to Sochi

February 18, 2014

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Earning six national championship trophies since 1980, the UVM ski team continues to pump out world-class skiers. Five UVM alumni are currently participating in the 22nd Winter Olympic Games in Sochi. The athletes will be highlighting both the University's ski and hockey programs, according to UVM athletics.  This will mark the 1...

Slavery in Vermont

Joe Tomlinson

February 18, 2014

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UVM's student body's focus on social justice has been tradition, but one of its earliest alumni to make a great stand is rarely celebrated.   Vermont passed a law in 1777 that freed black men over the age of 21 and women over the age of 18 from slavery, Dr. Harvey Amani Whitfield, associate professor of history, said in a discussion he led on Feb. 2.   The discussion titled, "Did Vermont's 1...

McCarthy reaches monumental mark

Colby Cunningham

February 18, 2014

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Senior captain Chris McCarthy made history during a 5-2 win against the University of New Hampshire Wildcats. He became the 42nd Catamount to reach the 100-point century mark as UVM improved to seventh place in the Hockey East. "Our team goal is to be the highest seed possible going into playoffs, and any team in this...

Kappa Delta will join UVM Greek life soon

Hannah Kearns

February 12, 2014

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The Sorority Interest Group (SIG) has officially become the Kappa Delta Sorority, according to UVM Panhellenic Council. The motion was passed by a majority vote Feb. 9, as required by the Panhellenic Constitution and bylaws, said Pat Brown, director of student life. Kappa Delta will most likely become officially colonized by the end...

Violations of student conduct in U-Heights

February 12, 2014

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Break ins and thefts occurred to multiple cars in the Gutterson parking garage on athletic campus into Jan. 30. according to UVM police services.  "I think it could happen again and it makes me really nervous because I have to park there every day," first-year Addison Stillman said.  "I've never really had to worry ...

Davis Center roof renovations start

Hannah Kearns

February 12, 2014

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One thousand, four hundred square feet of new storage space will be constructed on the roof of the building, said AllenJosey, director of operations for the Davis Center. The construction project will take place for the rest of the semester, and is expected to be finished by the end of May, Josey said. The project will cr...

Jeffords Center shuts down

Jill Vaglica

February 12, 2014

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UVM's Jeffords Center, is expected to close. The Center, located on Trinity campus was  named in honor of former U.S. Senator James M. Jeffords, for his contribution to the state of Vermont, according to the Center's website. The Center's mission is to inform the community about public policy. It also strives to i...

Fire and flooding affects Lofts

February 12, 2014

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Fire alarms woke residents of the Redstone Lofts this past Sunday warning of a potential fire.  At 9:10 a.m. residents of the South Building were denied entering their rooms for up to four hours, according to residents. The fire started in a resident's trashbin, according to an e-mail sent from Redstone Lofts' management to residents ...

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