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Shared space for women in business

Shared space for women in business

2 days ago

Currently statistics show that of all UVM students who study at the Grossman School of Business, about two-t...

Web publication to make STEM more accessible

Web publication to make STEM more accessible

3 days ago

Anyone who has read and enjoyed a research paper probably wrote it. Communicating science effectively and beauti...

Rustic Roots welcomes all with comforts of brunch

Rustic Roots welcomes all with comforts of brunch

November 8, 2018

I constantly find myself bored by the restaurant choices in Burlington, so I asked my dad, a food conno...

Rail Jam shreds into its 10th year

Rail Jam shreds into its 10th year

November 1, 2018

“Mo Bamba” was playing in the background as skiers and snowboarders alike came down the miniature t...

FallFest attracts fans, makes new ones

FallFest attracts fans, makes new ones

October 27, 2018

Fog swirled through the streams of blue and purple lights, illuminating the instruments and equipment o...

Cohen Hall: a new home for UVM arts

Cohen Hall: a new home for UVM arts

October 21, 2018

When audience members stepped inside the new building they saw colorful lights and tech equipment aroun...

Feverish World set to take over Burlington

Feverish World set to take over Burlington

Anna Kolosky, Staff Writer

October 17, 2018

Filed under Campus Life, Life

In a world that is constantly being faced with new political, environmental and social issues,  Burlington...

All-female band to open FallFest

All-female band to open FallFest

October 16, 2018

The UVM Program Board announced Oct. 5 that artists Dr. Dog, Frankie Cosmos and UVM band Father Figu...

Fashion at UVM: Q&A

Fashion at UVM: Q&A

Cyrus Oswald, Staff Writer

October 12, 2018

Filed under Campus Life, Culture, Life

I caught up with sophomore Eva Mazura Oct. 4 to talk about clothes, self-expression and crocs. From Chicago, she ca...

Artists act as curators in new exhibition series at BCA

Keely Lyons, Staff Writer

October 6, 2018

Filed under Culture, Life

In the basement of the Burlington City Arts Center, a bleached piece of celery sat in a cardboard box filled halfway with water. The sterility of the once-edible vegetable was echoed by the white walls and beige carpet in the room. The pipes of the building burst into the exhibit space, and the low-hanging ceiling compressed v...

Poets meet at the crossroads with new magazine

Poets meet at the crossroads with new magazine

October 4, 2018

On a sunny day in Henderson’s, two jean jacket-clad students sat in cushy chairs as they talked exc...

Harvest festival rings in fall

Amanda Anderson, Staff Writer

September 29, 2018

Filed under Culture, Life

On an 81-degree, sunny day, the breeze carried the sweet smell of corn roasting over an open fire at Shelburne Farms. Hundreds of people visited the farm to participate in the Harvest Festival Sept. 15. The Harvest Festival is one of Shelburne Farms’ many programs that build community connections through food and agricu...

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