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Campus remembers first-year: Student response

Lily Young, Staff Writer | 3 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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Campus remembers first-year: What we know

Staff Report | 3 days ago

The investigation into the death of first-year Connor Gage continues as officials at the University waver on when they will be able to take action. Gage was 19 years old at the time of his death. He was from Little Falls, New York, and was a member of the Wellness Environment studying neuroscience. Gage was found unresponsive by first responders Feb. 2 in a pile of snow behind a Burlington business...

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Corey Dew and Destiny Andrews | 3 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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‘They don’t give a shit:’ faculty union fills John Dewey Lounge to discuss cuts to the humanities
Brave the cold, learn to fish
MLK Birthday Party
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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

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Multipurpose center sparks debate
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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The Patriots clinch predictable Super Bowl win

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