The Vermont Cynic

Everyone is doing it: walking in when you shouldn’t

Bernadette Higgs, Staff Writer

December 16, 2017

Between cramped rooms, thin walls and the overall lack of privacy, the setup of college dorms makes it difficult to find a private space for couples to get it on. This leads to inevitable awkward situations like walk-ins, desperate attempts to find privacy or accidental eavesdropping on intimate momen...

Students personalize dorm rooms to feel like home

Students personalize dorm rooms to feel like home

Stephanie Hodel, Cynic Correspondent

September 23, 2017

Upon arrival at UVM, students are housed in some form of a 12-by-15 foot box. The difference between concrete and plaster walls is not what makes those boxes feel special – it’s the decor. Through decorating, students can express themselves and bring out their unique styles in one of their most freq...

Breaking down dorm life

Heather Rankine

April 29, 2015

You may be away from your parents, but there are still rules to follow in the dorms at UVM. Full-time students are required to live on-­campus for their first and second years, and must sign the Housing and Meal Contract before the start of the semester, according to UVM Housing and Meal Contract....

First-years talk holidays

Jackie Flynn

November 11, 2014

RENA MEISLER The Vermont Cynic First-year students Jessica Wolfe (left) and Kaylee Ellis discuss classes and Thanksgiving plans in their Jeanne Mance Hall room Nov. 4. As we enter our third month of the school year, it’s time for the Cynic to catch back up with first-years Kaylee Ellis and Jes...

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