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Students to tackle race, gender and sexuality

Students to tackle race, gender and sexuality

March 10, 2015

Race, gender and sexuality will be in focus at UVM March 13. On this date, UVM will host the 11th...

Dancing through the night for a cause

Dancing through the night for a cause

March 10, 2015

Students danced into the night Feb. 20 as part of the annual Rallython event. After a year-long...

Gender equality thrives at UVM

Gender equality thrives at UVM

February 24, 2015

Students at UVM are likely familiar with the openness at their University. Now every reader of The Ne...

UVM community reflects on Dairy Bar

UVM community reflects on Dairy Bar

February 17, 2015

Only alumni may remember, but before the Davis Center, there was Carrigan Hall and the UVM Dairy Bar. The...

First-years transition into second semester

First-years transition into second semester

February 17, 2015

Kaylee Ellis and Jessica Wolfe are in their second semesters at UVM at a time when ski season and frostbite...

Humans of UVM

Humans of UVM

February 10, 2015

Maybe it's not evident, but diversity is real here at UVM. The diversity exists in personalities, up...

Author shares with UVM

Author shares with UVM

January 20, 2015

An award-winning novelist posed a question for the UVM community: what’s the use of stories that aren’t...

Award-winning author speaks at UVM

Charlotte Fisher

January 16, 2015

Filed under Campus Life, Life

Novelist, Writers Guild Award winner and member of the British Royal Society of Literature Salman Rushdie spoke to the UVM community Jan. 14. The sold out lecture, which took place in the Ira Allen Chapel, was titled “What’s The Use Of Stories That Aren’t Even True?” “I think it’s great that UVM can bring someone...

Chatting with the editors

Chatting with the editors

January 13, 2015

Sophomore Folena DeGeus: What is the most heartbreaking movie you’ve ever watched?Stu Laperle, Managing Edito...

UVM shares New Year’s resolutions

Jackie Morris

January 13, 2015

Filed under Campus Life, Life

This stress may in part be due to the pressure people put on ourselves to make and keep their New Years’ resolutions. A study done by the Journal of Clinical Psychology found that people who make resolutions are 10 times more likely to change their behavior than those who don’t. Resolutions reflect the best hopes that we have for ourselves...

Students talk campus food

Students talk campus food

December 9, 2014

Sodexo’s contract with UVM is set to expire June 2015. The University held an open forum Nov. 17...

Sorority returns to campus

Sorority returns to campus

November 18, 2014

WALKER SULTZBACHThe Vermont Cynic Members of the sorority interest group that formed the Alpha Theta ch...

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