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Promoting a safe space for LBGTQA students at UVM

Promoting a safe space for LBGTQA students at UVM

September 16, 2017

With the start of a new year, UVM’s LGBTQA Center readied itself to welcome new members the UVM que...

Burlington boasts pride in rainbow parade

Burlington boasts pride in rainbow parade

September 15, 2017

Hundreds of people showed off their true colors as they marched down Church Street together, waving ...

LGBTQA gives welcome back BBQ

LGBTQA gives welcome back BBQ

September 14, 2017

Despite the dreary weather, spirits were high and smiles were bright at the annual LGBTQA Center Wel...

Stereotypes about colorful hair dye are dying down

Stereotypes about colorful hair dye are dying down

September 10, 2017

While colored hair is certainly not a new trend, it seems college campuses across the country have been se...

Savoring the last sunshine & sleep in syllabus week

Katie Brobst, Life Assistant Editor

September 8, 2017

Filed under Campus Life, Columns, Life

Syllabus week has come and gone. There was a unique atmosphere on UVM’s campus. Whether you are dragging your feet to class or are more than ready to finally start the semester, no one expects the first week of classes to be that difficult. The sweat and mania of move-in weekend has ended and it’s about time to...

Local fair gives gifts, games and garlic fries

Local fair gives gifts, games and garlic fries

Izzy Siedman, Life Editor

September 7, 2017

Filed under Life

The No. 2 Chittenden County bus pulled up to the Essex Junction stop and unloaded several gaggles of...

Maneuvering move-in madness

Maneuvering move-in madness

August 31, 2017

Transitioning from the dog days of summer to the hustle and bustle of campus life can be a challenge,...

Trains create community in fly-over cities

Kim Henry, Staff Writer

August 30, 2017

Filed under Life

Rising early Aug. 2, two interns studying railroad travel geared up for a day of press events in Burlington. They were rewarded for their troubles with miniature bottles of Vermont maple syrup and crisp summer air. Cait Boyle and Victoria Principato arrived the night before on the first stop of their month-long cross-country r...

London program materializes classic literature

Katie Brobst, Assistant Life Editor

August 29, 2017

Filed under Life

On June 3, students in the Literary London program gathered in their dorms in an unfamiliar city as the London Bridge attack unfolded on the news. Veering off the side of the road on the London Bridge, a van careened into pedestrians. Three terrorists ran from the van into the streets, where they stabbed civilians, killi...

PIKE wins national contest for the fourth time

PIKE wins national contest for the fourth time

May 11, 2017

For the fourth year in a row, the iconic laughter of comedian, actor and charity organizer Seth Roge...

Campus chefs battle to support food shelf

Campus chefs battle to support food shelf

May 10, 2017

Following the culinary aromas, guests young and old entered the candlelit ballroom with an air of hushed ...

Restaurant Week offers discounted prices, new foods

Restaurant Week offers discounted prices, new foods

May 10, 2017

April 21- 30 is Vermont Restaurant Week, a great way to sample the amazing restaurants Burlington and Verm...

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