The Vermont Cynic

Proposal to remove Guy Bailey’s name from library open to public comment

Sawyer Loftus, Senior Staff Writer | 2 hours ago

The UVM board of trustees is looking for community comment on the proposed removal of former UVM president Guy Bailey’s name from the Bailey/Howe Library. Demands for a name change stem from a March 22 statement from student group NoNames for Justice, who felt the name was inappropriate given Bailey’s involvement with the eugenics program, according to a March 26, 2018 Cynic Article. In...

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Burlington City Council to decide fate of mural

Sawyer Loftus, Senior Staff Writer | 5 days ago

The Burlington City Council has promised action following the approval of a report that called for the removal of a mural on Leahy Way by August 29, 2022. The report from the Mural Task Force recommends the "Everyone Loves a Parade" mural be removed and put up somewhere else inside Burlington among other recommendations, according to the written report. The report was approved by a vote of 10-1...

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Local Mysteries – The Bennington Triangle

David Cabrera, Multimedia Reporter | July 11, 2018

Vermont horror writer Joseph Citro coined the term 'Bennington Triangle' to describe an area of southwest Vermont where five people went missing in a five year period. There have also been reports of UFO's, bigfoot, and other strange and mysterious occurrences in the area. Local Mysteries is a true crime podcast that focuses mostly on unsolved cases from Vermont and the surrounded area. Sources: web.archive.org/web/2014041521334…gton-triangle.php www.unsolvedmysteries.com/usm459380.html Paula...

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Local Mysteries – The Disappearance of Lynne Schulze

David Cabrera, Multimedia Reporter | June 13, 2018

On December 10th 1971, Middlebury College freshman Lynne Schulze disappeared under suspicious circumstances. Was she just another teenager trying to start a new life, or is a wealthy, yet dangerous man connected to her disappearance? Local Mysteries is a true crime podcast that focuses mostly on unsolved cases from Vermont and the surrounded area. Sources: www.doenetwork.org/cases/1582dfvt.html vsp.vermont.gov/unsolved/missing/c/schulze www.nbcnews.com/storyline/robert-…-business-n329551 charleyproject.org/case/lynne-kathryn-schulze www.burlingtonfreepress.com/story/news/…e/70378078/ deadline.com/2015/12/robert-dur…arrant-1201392983/

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Prime Time Cats – Yah don’t need names to serve JUSTICE!!!

Corey Drew, Multimedia Reporter | May 20, 2018

Martin Luther king Jr once said, “Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.” I think it’s safe to say NONAMESFORJUSTICE backs this up. Tune into this week’s Prime Time Cats episode featuring NONAMESFORJUSTICE to learn about the group, activism, the list of demands and much more.

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Cat Chat – Who is Cher?
In The Raw – Lamp Shop Listening
Furious Festival 2018
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New director of student life selected
Best of UVM

Best of UVM

May 10, 2018

Best of Burlington

Best of Burlington

May 9, 2018

24 hours in Burlington

May 8, 2018

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Former women’s basketball coach receives severance
Women’s basketball coach resigns

Women’s basketball coach resigns

April 26, 2018

Basketball coach reflects on team’s success

Basketball coach reflects on team’s success

April 12, 2018

Women’s lacrosse falls to Albany

Women’s lacrosse falls to Albany

April 11, 2018

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