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A Closer Look – Photography and Summervale with Taylor Ehwa

A Closer Look - Photography and Summervale with Taylor Ehwa

David Cabrera, Podcast Editor

September 10, 2019

Welcome to the first episode of The Closer Look, a Podcast where Cynic staff members discuss their work with podcast editor David Cabrera. In this episode, photographer Taylor Ehwa talks about her recent work, her most memorable photo trip, and more.

Old Gold: New and old clothing collide

A gold bangle for $18 graces the wrist of a mannequin in Old Gold, a vintage clothing shop on Cherry Street, Aug. 27.

Greta Rohrer, Feature Editor

September 3, 2019

Inside of Old Gold, classic rock T-shirts hang from the ceiling, party clothes line the walls and ball gowns, wigs and vintage military jackets hang together. Approaching the store located at 151 Cherry St., the window display filled with whimsically dressed mannequins only gives a small glimpse ...

The past is present: UVM’s buildings have their own stories to tell

Originally constructed in the 1880s, Billings Library has been a library, a student center and now houses the UVM Special Collections.

Julianne Lesch and Zoe Stern

June 2, 2019

When walking around UVM’s campus, students experience a clash between new and old architecture. University Place is a street lined with red brick historic buildings that are decorated with gargoyles. Right behind it lies a modern, brand new STEM complex.     The architecture on campus provides ...

Cynic Minute – Orientation Podcast

Cynic Minute - Orientation Podcast

May 21, 2019

Welcome new UVM students! Here is a quick intro to the podcast section of the Cynic.

4/20 Student Usage Coverage

4/20 Student Usage Coverage

Alexandra De Luise, Multimedia Reporter

April 23, 2019

4/20 is widely celebrated on the UVM campus, and I anonymously asked a few students to share the way that they feel about Marijuana, as I wondered how little or big a part the drug plays in their lives. Video by Alexandra De Luise.

Through the Lens – Origins of 4/20

Through the Lens - Origins of 4/20

Holly Coughlan

April 22, 2019

We all know 4/20 as the unofficial holiday of cannabis consumption, but do we know where it comes from? This episode of Through the Lens explores the murky origin story of the holiday and examines how 4/20 is celebrated globally.

The Newsroom – The Psychedelics Situation

David Cabrera, Multimedia Reporter

April 22, 2019

Psychedelic use is a common stereotype of UVM students, so I researched the history of LSD and tried to figure out why it’s one of the most popular psychedelic drugs.

Prime Time Cats – Puff Puff Passed It

Prime Time Cats - Puff Puff Passed It

Corey Dew and Destiny Andrews

April 22, 2019

  Who would have thought cannabis could be seen in a positive light? "Think BIG" did. Join Corey and Destiny for this weeks podcast as we wrap up the show discussing C.J. Wallace's tribute to his father with the cannabis company Think BIG and reflecting on the semester....

Opinions on UVM Drug Use

Opinions on UVM Drug Use

Tulley Hescock, Multimedia Reporter

April 21, 2019

4/20 is right around the corner, so we asked students their thoughts on drug use at UVM. We asked them if UVM holds a reputation around weed, and how that plays out on campus. Video by Tulley Hescock.

Student Voices on the SGA Elections

Student Voices on the SGA Elections

Jack Yates, Tulley Hescock, and Alexandra De Luise

April 21, 2019

Students answered some questions about the SGA elections and voiced their opinions on them. What do you think about the SGA Elections?

Prime Time Cats – IMPACT

Prime Time Cats - IMPACT

Destiny Andrews and Corey Dew

April 13, 2019

Fear is instilled in US when we come to the conclusion that the only ones stopping US are US... or our own in Nipsey's case. Tune into this weeks podcast as the cats review Jordan Peele's "US" and discuss the late rapper Nipsey Hussle's impact. ...

“Almost Maine” Recap

Tulley Hescock, Multimedia Reporter

April 1, 2019

Almost Maine, performed and directed by the University Players, an on camps theatre club, debuted their production this past weekend in Burlington. The production was directed by sophomore, Ben Bieri. Almost Maine is a series of short vignettes that describe what love is and what it means to differ...

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