The Vermont Cynic

New programs become available across diciplines

Members of UVM's board of trustees gather Feb. 2 in the Livak Ballroom in the Davis Center to discuss relevant issues at the University. The board decided in fall 2019 two new majors, one new minor and three certificate programs will be added in various colleges.

Zoe Schemm and Zoe Stern

February 7, 2019

Starting next fall, two new majors, one new minor and three certificate programs will be offered in various colleges after UVM’s board of trustees approved their creation. These programs include a Bachelor of Arts in dance, a Bachelor of Science in anthropology and a minor in reporting and docume...

More than brick: Williams Hall

A sculpture sits atop a group of art departement lockers in the basement of Williams Hall. The building has become home to university’s art and anthropology departments. Sophomore studio art major “It’s literally a place where people come and express themselves and it’s not cut and dry like the new Discovery building, it’s not sterile. It’s history, it’s living with all of this art.”

Keely Lyons, Staff Writer

April 10, 2018

The Gothic, red-brick architecture of Williams Hall hangs over University Green, establishing the scene of the traditional  New England college. While Williams Hall is a familiar sight by many UVM students and faculty, its interior is less known. “When I saw Williams, I was like, ‘I’ve arriv...

Prof. discusses alternate interests

Prof. discusses alternate interests

November 11, 2014

FREDDY MORIN The Vermont CynicAssistant professor of anthropology Benjamin Eastman discusses his life inside and outside of the classroom in his office in Williams HallNov. 5. Focusing on contemporary Cuba and Latin America, Eastman’s studies cover topics like socialism, nationalist ritualism and sports.A st...

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