The Vermont Cynic

Music majors showcase talent at end of semester recitals

Music majors showcase talent at end of semester recitals

Addie Beach, Senior Staff Writer

5 days ago

Filed under Arts, Arts Regular, Uncategorized

Amidst mountains of exams and end-of-semester stress, students took to the stage in Southwick Hall last...

New Burlington city flag designed by team of twin brothers

New Burlington city flag designed by team of twin brothers

5 days ago

Burlington’s spirit, history and environment will soon be represented by a new city flag, courtesy...

New rock musician emerges on the Burlington scene

New rock musician emerges on the Burlington scene

Bridget Higdon, Assistant Arts Editor

6 days ago

Filed under Artist Spotlight, Arts

When sophomore Noah Schneidman isn’t busy double-majoring in philosophy and music technology, he makes...

Former SNL comedian to perform in Burlington

Former SNL comedian to perform in Burlington

December 1, 2017

Native New York comedian Colin Quinn is bringing some of the Big Apple to where apples are grown.Quinn,...

Upcoming dance recital to be choreographed by students

Upcoming dance recital to be choreographed by students

November 30, 2017

According to Merriam Webster, the word orchesis is defined as “the art of dancing in the Greek chorus.”...

Theater department puts on play to continue holiday tradition

Theater department puts on play to continue holiday tradition

November 30, 2017

For the past quarter century, a Christmas play has become a tradition for Burlington’s residents and...

Student-run literary magazine feels it deserves better

Student-run literary magazine feels it deserves better

November 29, 2017

As students stress in libraries to finish papers and study for exams, some celebrate the publication...

Debut authors discuss writing and race in on-campus talk

Addie Beach, Senior Staff Writer

November 17, 2017

Filed under Arts, Arts Regular

The weather outside may have been chilly, but last Wednesday the Sugar Maple Ballroom was filled with warm tea, comfy chairs and spirited conversation.Authors Lisa Ko and Kaitlyn Greenidge visited campus Nov. 8 to discuss their debut novels, “The Leavers” and “We Love You, Charlie Freeman” respectively.They also...

Architecture documentaries shown for free downtown

Architecture documentaries shown for free downtown

November 16, 2017

Locals seeking documentary films, creative inspiration and a warm sense of community can find it right...

Birthday party celebrates Radio Bean’s commitment to young musicians

Birthday party celebrates Radio Bean’s commitment to young musicians

November 15, 2017

More than 90 musical acts came together recently in honor of a downtown venues 17th birthday.Radio...

Web magazine publishes local artists’ work

Web magazine publishes local artists’ work

Bridget Higdon, Assistant Arts Editor

November 14, 2017

Filed under Artist Spotlight, Arts, Arts Regular

After unfurling the plaid scarf from around her neck, Annie Clymer sat down at a rickety, wooden table...

St. Vincent’s new album is an epic of self-reflection

Kelsey Neubauer

November 10, 2017

Filed under Arts, Reviews

Annie Clark has been deemed a contemporary “female Bowie,” by critics since she first began producing music as St. Vincent.In her most recent album, she examines the personal veracity of an imposed on her - Bowie’s androgynous indie-pop successor.Reviews of her album by esteemed music critics at major paint her...

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