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Table tennis team enters a new era with new players

Table tennis team enters a new era with new players

Matthew Bizier, Staff Writer

September 27, 2019

The Table tennis club returned to UVM this semester after an extended absence and only had one table to play on for their first few meetings. While the numbers were low, the atmosphere was competitive; everyone watched as two players faced off at a time. “I started young, my dad said I started at 4,” sai...

Quidditch team fosters friendship

Quidditch team fosters friendship

Lilly Page, Staff Writer

September 27, 2019

If you see students running around on the Redstone green with PVC pipes between their legs, it might be the UVM Quidditch team preparing for their next tournament. On a Tuesday in early fall, the team practiced on Redstone green, laughing and joking around, but got serious when it came to the physical ga...

How to achieve the full college experience

How to achieve the full college experience

Ariana Arden

August 31, 2017

Dearest Student Body, Welcome back! Another summer has come and gone, and here we all are again, ready (or maybe not so ready) to dive back into school. Whether this is your first year at Groovy UV or your last, I want to recommend you try something: do something extracurricular at UVM. ...

Member of Squash Club apologizes

Alexandra Shannon

November 18, 2015

Squash Club remains on probation after an email with a racial slur in the subject line was sent to the 68 members on the club’s listserv. Junior Edward Smith, the member who sent the email, sent another to the team’s listserv apologizing for the subject line Nov. 4. “For anyone who was disp...

Squash Club member uses racial slur in email

Alexandra Shannon

November 10, 2015

The UVM Squash Club is on probation after SGA officials received word of an email that a club member sent out to the club which used a racial slur. A member of Squash Club sent an email to over 60 students through the club’s listserv Nov. 2, according to the email. The subject line: “Cl...

The process behind using UVM’s trademark symbol

October 8, 2015

The “V-cat” logo has been on the club football team’s helmets since before head coach Jeff Porter began coaching in 2011. In order to be allowed to use the logo on their helmets, the team had to go through an approval process when they were founded in 2007, just like any other University club or organ...

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