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Behind the scenes of Fallfest’s lineup

Coast Modern plays to an almost sold-out crowd. UPB’s FallFest took place Oct. 19 in Patrick Gym and featured the indie duo as well as Burlington’s own 99 Neighbors and Princess Nostalgia.

Kellyn Doerr, Staff Writer

October 24, 2019

Princess Nostalgia, 99 Neighbors and Coast Modern have already left the stage of FallFest 2019, but there’s more to these performers than the set they gave on Saturday. Coast Modern, a duo hailing from the West Coast, consists of members Luke Atlas and Coleman Trapp. The duo said they were excite...

Behind the scenes of FallFest’s lineup

Kellyn Doerr, Staff Writer

October 24, 2019

Princess Nostalgia, 99 Neighbors and Coast Modern have already left the stage of FallFest 2019, but there’s more to these performers than the set they gave on Saturday. Coast Modern, a duo hailing from the West Coast, consists of members Luke Atlas and Coleman Trapp. The duo said they were excite...

FallFest 2019 attracts hundreds

FallFest 2019 attracts hundreds

Natalie Charron, Staff Writer

October 21, 2019

Patrick Gym was filled with an energetic crowd during this year’s FallFest. UVM Program Board’s annual FallFest concert was held 8 p.m. Oct. 19 in Patrick Gym. “Over 1,500 people came tonight,” junior Indy Jeremy, a UPB concert committee chair, said. Jeremy said UPB sold around 2,100 tickets, which is 300...

UPB announces FallFest 2019 lineup

Kudu Stooge, Vundabar and Snakehips performed at UVM’s annual FallFest concert Oct. 14, 2017 in the Patrick Gym. The event sold out right before doors opened at 8 p.m.

Sarah Robinson, Culture Editor

September 30, 2019

The University Program Board announced that FallFest 2019, taking place Oct. 19 in Patrick Gym, will feature the Los Angeles based band Coast Modern, Burlington group 99 Neighbors and UVM’s Princess Nostalgia.  Coast Modern is an indie duo hailing from LA. Since their 2015 debut, Coast Modern rel...

BSU Fashion Show breaks from tradition

Sophomore Christa Guzman and participant Pam Winee pose in matching purple outfits. Designers from brands including MYB Clothing, Mimidesignss, Ataria NYC and Diamond Ayodele presented their work on student models.

Keely Lyons, Staff Writer

February 27, 2019

UVM’s Black Student Union held their annual fashion show Feb. 23 at 7 p.m. in the Davis Center’s Grand Maple Ballroom. This year’s theme was “Paint it Black,” and it defied tradition in many ways. Typically, clothing is the centerpiece of the show, but this year, the models were front a...

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