The Vermont Cynic

Mixed media embody artists long-time passion

February 12, 2016

Filed under Artist Spotlight, Arts

Most kindergarteners have no idea what they want to do for the rest of their lives.Catherine Hall, whose exhibit “Embody Ethereal” is currently on display at the South End Arts and Business Association gallery, was not one of those kindergarteners.She fell in love with art at an extremely young age and has dedicated her life to creating, teaching...

Study abroad: housing in England versus in America

Hunter Colvin

November 5, 2015

Filed under Columns, Life

One of my biggest concerns about coming to Newcastle, England was housing. It’s only three months, but three months can feel like three years if you have the wrong roommate. Plus, living in University Heights for the past two years has left me kind of spoiled.  No other dorms on campus are that nice. Heck, half the ...

Freshers’ Week: A week packed with music, alcohol and fun parties

Hunter Colvin

October 7, 2015

Filed under Columns, Life

The British have a thing called “Freshers’ Week,” which is basically a week-long party. And when I say party I mean party, with famous DJs and more alcohol than anyone should consume. During the day, there are activities like paintballing, kayaking or beach trips. You know those things around Burlington that you alwa...

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