The Vermont Cynic

No damages awarded after trial

News Staff Report | 3 hours ago

Following three hours of deliberations, a jury ruled that UVM did not mistreat a former information technology employee in a lawsuit she filed seeking financial damages. Cynthia Reuscher, a former Enterprise Technology Services employee, filed suit against the University in 2014, and was laid off from UVM in 2015, having worked for the University since 2001. She sought approximately $4.5 million...

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Scammers target UVM students

Sawyer Loftus, Staff Writer | 2 days ago

Junior Allison Schwartz was doing homework when she received a call from an 802 area code number. She didn’t recognize the number, but answered it anyway. “I went, ‘um who is this?’ And they were like, ‘What do you mean, ‘who is it?’ It’s the UVM Police— did you not see the number come up on your phone?”’ Schwartz said.   Schwartz listened as the man on the other end tol...

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Students & Government – Part 2

Khalid Almubarak, Multimedia Reporter | 12 hours ago

In this episode of Students & Government, we meet Luke and student senator Nicole. We get a sample perspective on the SGA, and what possibly motivates a student to vote. Luke shares his insights, and Nicole talks about the great load of issues that the SGA committees have to deal with, and gives advice for future participants. There are problems at the government body, and we have exclusively discovered...

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Fireside Myths and Legends – The Birth of Egypt: Ra’s Mistake

Mateo Cardenas-Clarimon, Multimedia Reporter | 5 days ago

Welcome to Fireside Myths and Legends. Do you find myths intriguing, but can't find the time to enjoy them? Do you find legends satisfying but can't seem to get enough? Well, you're in luck! This podcast is all about those wonderful Myths and legends from all around the world. From Greek and Egyptian gods to Irish folklore, we have it all. But this isn’t your run of the mill myths and legen...

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Students And Government – Part 1

Khalid Almubarak, Multimedia Reporter | April 13, 2018

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What’s Up With Williams?
The Outdoor Narrative – Engaging in the Experience
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women dealers change weed culture

Community gather to celebrate, share herstory

6 days ago

Hand poked or pro: students get ink

Hand poked or pro: students get ink

April 16, 2018

The beef with the beef industry

The beef with the beef industry

April 14, 2018

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Basketball coach reflects on team’s success
Women’s lacrosse falls to Albany

Women’s lacrosse falls to Albany

April 11, 2018

Club baseball keeps ‘Bring it Back’ movement alive

April 11, 2018

Men’s lacrosse team uses strong defense to snag win

Men’s lacrosse team uses strong defense to snag win

April 10, 2018

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