The Vermont Cynic

Eco Investigation: Local Farming

Enola Mercer, Cynic Correspondent

2 days ago

Filed under Life

Like the long, winding roots of the sugar maple, Vermont’s state tree, Burlington’s connection to local farming goes deep.The “slow food” revolution is making significant changes in the U.S. agricultural system by promoting a return to our farming beginnings, according to Slow Food USA.Slow Food is an internation...

Library Lookout

Katie Brobst, Assistant Life Editor

2 days ago

Filed under Campus Life, Columns, Life

Some students go to the library to quickly print homework between classes. Others show up at 8 a.m. sharp and have to be shoved out by the closing staff.As a member of the second group I can never get enough of Bailey/Howe Library.There are so many amazing things about a place filled with books.The Cyber Cafe draws lines of stu...

Sororities are not stereotype

Sororities are not stereotype

Autumn Lee, Staff Writer

3 days ago

Filed under Columns, Life, Life Regular

When it comes to sorority girls, a lot of images come to mind — bleach-blonde hair, matching Greek letter t-s...

Looking up to three women

Tracy DeLade, Cynic Correspondent

4 days ago

Filed under Campus Life, Life, Professor Profiles

They dash between academic buildings, give lectures at other colleges and work hard in downtown businesses. Here in Burlington, there are countless women to look out for.Women like Kathryn Fox remind us that the world is full of ambitious and determined women.In her 23-year career at UVM, Fox has gone from just a socio...

The pill is one option of many

The pill is one option of many

October 7, 2017

What do pills, patches, shots, implants, and rings all have in common? They’re all forms of hormonal...

Intervale provides local food to students

Intervale provides local food to students

October 6, 2017

Fresh, local, and sustainable food -- this is what UVM is progressively feeding their students, and it...

Self care is vital to managing time

Self care is vital to managing time

October 5, 2017

Whether it’s by using a bulleted list, Google calendar or mind palace, students need to keep track of ...

Students finagle fall fashion in spite of heat

Students finagle fall fashion in spite of heat

Libby Camp, Staff Writer

October 5, 2017

Filed under Campus Life, Life

Late September is usually full of cool air, crisp leaves and cups of hot coffee, but a recent wave o...

Music builds and breaks female stereotypes

Music builds and breaks female stereotypes

September 28, 2017

Seven years old, in the back seat of my family’s Dodge Stratus, headphones blasting, “Hit Me Baby One Mo...

Student clubs help bridge culture gap among years

Student clubs help bridge culture gap among years

September 27, 2017

College is about connections, and while it’s easy to meet people in your year, there seems to be a ...

Students personalize dorm rooms to feel like home

Students personalize dorm rooms to feel like home

September 23, 2017

Upon arrival at UVM, students are housed in some form of a 12-by-15 foot box. The difference between con...

Beekeepers’ garden builds ecological buzz

Beekeepers’ garden builds ecological buzz

Isabella Alessandrini, Staff Writer

September 22, 2017

Filed under Life

Amid all the construction on campus, honey bees are working on building a place of their own in UVM’s...

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