The Vermont Cynic

Staying on a budget at City Market

Staying on a budget at City Market

February 11, 2016

The closest supermarket to campus is City Market. It carries all the essentials and also provides a ...

Cricket Blue Haunts with Ethereal Folk

Cricket Blue Haunts with Ethereal Folk

February 6, 2016

    Cricket Blue makes exactly the kind of music you would expect when you hear their name.     The...

New ‘disorder’ is eating away at students

New ‘disorder’ is eating away at students

February 4, 2016

It’s Friday night at the dining hall; there’s a line at the pasta station where students are fill...

Club urges removal of SAFE act

February 3, 2016

Filed under Life

UVM students have asked the administration to “denounce” a federal act, according to a December letter sent to President Tom Sullivan. College Undergraduates Not Tolerating Sexism, UVM’s feminist club known by the acronym C.U.N.T.S, asked the University to join the club in condemning a federal bill called the SAFE Act...

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‘Star Wars’ breeds sexism

February 2, 2016

Is Princess Leia too old for her buns?So much progress has been made in “Star Wars: The Force Awakens.” Dai...

Students reflect on the little things this semester

Jackie Flynn

February 2, 2016

Filed under Life

Spring semester at UVM means we must say goodbye to fall and adjust to new routines – namely the freezing weather that engulfs Vermont every year. With winter now in full swing, the Cynic asked students, “What are the little things that help get you through the winter?” Junior Michaela Hooper said staying warm is ...

C.U.N.T.S: Why do we need feminism?

January 27, 2016

Filed under Life

According to UVM’s feminist club, CUNTs, its name has been a source of controversy.Stevie Hunter, a sophomore and co-leader of College Undergraduates Not Tolerating Sexism, shortened to CUNTS, said a man who approached them at an October tabling event was offended by the name. She said the man was aggressive toward the club ...

VOX plans to raise public acceptance

VOX plans to raise public acceptance

January 27, 2016

Sexual health and reproductive rights are frequently debated in government, with party lines drawing a mass...

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Funk band boils up Burly

January 26, 2016

Higher Ground pulsated with the enormous sound of a seven-piece band Jan. 20. As the band Lettuce rocked ...

Hip Burlington Café satisfies any diet

Hip Burlington Café satisfies any diet

Chris Leow

December 1, 2015

Filed under Columns, Life

New Moon Café is full of rustic and modern vibes, lots of rugged hardwood and simple decor. The am...

UVM club creates change

Emilee Conroe

December 1, 2015

Filed under Campus Life, Life

UVM has 200 SGA-recognized clubs on campus, with over 80 percent of students involved in at least one of them, according to the University’s website. One of these is the Golden Key Society. The club engages in monthly meeting service activities throughout the year. These have included making bookmarks for The Vermo...

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Students get down and dirty on Redstone’s pines

December 1, 2015

Students met on the Redstone Green to begin phase one of the Redstone Pines Restoration Project Nov. 15....

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