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The Changing Face of UVM: Students and faculty take a stand against budget cuts

Lindsay Freed and Lee Hughes | -5833 seconds ago

Faculty and student outcry has followed cuts in certain College of Arts and Sciences’ programs due to declining enrollment. The faculty union, United Academics, held a teach-in Feb. 14 in front of Howe Library, while students participated with UA in letter-writing campaigns and distribution of posters critical of the administration. The classics department is no longer able to teach ancient history...

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Campus remembers first-year: Student response

Lily Young, Staff Writer | 5 days ago

Students and faculty around campus mourn the death of first-year Connor Gage. Gage died Feb. 2 in a North Winooski parking lot after exposure to subzero temperatures after attending two off-campus fraternities, according to a Feb. 4 Cynic article. On the night of Gage’s death, each floor in Central Campus Residence Hall, where he lived, held community circles to talk about Gage’s death and...

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Corey Dew and Destiny Andrews | 6 days ago

YOU!!!! YES YOU!!! Know you’d love to know more about One In Four. This week join Corey, Destiny, and a few special guests as they discuss the controversial show “YOU” and the organization One in Four. Prime Time Cats is a pop culture podcast from the Vermont Cynic created and produced by Corey Dew and hosted by Corey Dew and Destiny Andrews.  

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Prime Time Cats: Challenging & Dismissive Culture

Corey Dew and Destiny Andrews, Multimedia Reporters | February 3, 2019

Is the ten-year challenge a weird flex? Can we dismiss R. Kelly for what he’s done? Tune into this week’s episode for insight on the ten-year challenge, discussion about R. Kelly’s position in society, and much more. Prime Time Cats is a podcast from the Vermont Cynic created and produced by Corey Dew and hosted by Corey Dew and Destiny Andrews View more VTCynic podcasts at vtcynic.com/podcasts

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Local Mysteries – Robert Hoagland: Missing from Connecticut

David Cabrera | January 22, 2019

In this episode, David covers the disappearance of Robert Hoagland, a 50-year-old father from Newtown, Connecticut.

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Professor Bridget Swanson on the 2019 Oscars
ASU’s Lunar New Year 2019
‘They don’t give a shit:’ faculty union fills John Dewey Lounge to discuss cuts to the humanities
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Tying the knot: married and engaged students on campus
How to spend Valentine’s Day in Burlington

How to spend Valentine’s Day in Burlington

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Students seek mental health help in winter months

Students seek mental health help in winter months

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Students celebrate religion through song

Students celebrate religion through song

February 10, 2019

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Multipurpose center sparks debate

Multipurpose center sparks debate

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Men’s hockey improves in its second weekend game

Men’s hockey improves in its second weekend game

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Basketball wins fourth straight game

Basketball wins fourth straight game

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