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The Vermont Cynic

The University of Vermont's Independent Voice Since 1883

The Vermont Cynic

The University of Vermont's Independent Voice Since 1883

The Vermont Cynic

SGA concerned about phase-out of University’s Blue Light units

Lila Cumming, Cynic News Reporter | 9:00 am

UVM’s Blue Light units may be gradually phased out and replaced with an app-based system as the primary resource for campus safety, sparking concern among members of SGA.  The Blue Light Emergency System is an alarm system to protect against crime, according to the AFA website. This traditional system is no longer being updated at UVM because parts needed to repair them are being discontinued,...

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Northside Dining converted to “grab-and-go” due to understaffing

Audrie Caruso, Cynic News Reporter | September 17, 2021

Northside Dining Hall on Trinity campus now operates as a “grab-and-go” market, causing frustration among students.  Understaffing is a major contributing factor as to why Northside Dining Hall has been converted into a "grab-and-go" market, according to the Sept. 9 email from Melissa Zelazny, UVM Dining resident district manager.  Lines during the first few weeks of school are fairly normal...

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Jacob Goodwin, Multimedia Reporter | April 14, 2021

A dive into the world of Proctorio, a proctoring software that's been the face of a few complaints internationally. We look into how it's used, what're the complaints, and what has been done to improve.

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Sam Jefferson, Multimedia Reporter | February 14, 2021

In this podcast Sam Jefferson talks to numerous UVM students and professors about Valentine’s Day. Their conversations explore the holiday’s commercialization, potential exclusivity, and the good (and bad) memories it’s provided. Timestamps: (0:00) Intro, (2:04) Hannah Gonzales, (11:55) Jackson Jannarone, (14:48) Kailey Titus, (26:44) Professor Rudiger, (41:02) Enzo Boone, (44:45) "More...

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Passing the Mic to Vermont Women – A Vermont Female Firefighter’s Story

Tulley Hescock, Multimedia Reporter | November 21, 2020

UVM Junior, Maxine Senft-Miller is one of a few female volunteer firefighters in Colchester, Vermont. Listen to her talk about her experience in a male dominated field and what it takes to be a firefighter.

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UVM’s dining halls need a rebrand
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Burlington Pride rejects ‘rainbow capitalism’
Student hikes Appalachian Trail in 97 days

Student hikes Appalachian Trail in 97 days

September 9, 2021

Cynic Fit Check: Back to school edition

Cynic Fit Check: Back to school edition

September 6, 2021

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August 31, 2021

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UVM club soccer raises funds for survivors of sexual violence at charity scrimmage
UVM lacrosse loses NCAA tournament after winning first-ever conference championship

UVM lacrosse loses NCAA tournament after winning first-ever conference championship

May 17, 2021

UVM Athletics awaits guidance for upcoming season, following tumultuous year of setbacks

UVM Athletics awaits guidance for upcoming season, following tumultuous year of setbacks

May 14, 2021

Men’s soccer advances to tournament final against UNH

Men’s soccer advances to tournament final against UNH

April 17, 2021

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