The Vermont Cynic

Pep band brings energy & enthusiasm

The saxophone section of the Catamount Pep Band play at the Women’s Ice Hockey game against the University of Connecticut Oct. 6. The Catamount Pep Band, consisting of 40-50 students, is the official band of the UVM athletic teams.

Amanda Anderson, Staff Writer

October 13, 2018

Although Gutterson Fieldhouse is mostly empty on a Wednesday evening, music, lights and action fill the gym. Instead of cheering fans, empty instrument cases lay scattered over the bleachers. Musicians dance with their instruments, rocking back and forth and up and down.  The Catamount Pep Ban...

Updates from board meetings

Updates from board meetings

Staff Report

October 24, 2017

The UVM board of trustees approved new construction projects, academic programs and software purchases at its Oct. 20 and 21 meetings. New Construction The board discussed plans for future building projects concerning McAuley Hall, 439 College St., and the Patrick-Forbush-Gutterson Athletic Co...

Pack the Gut challenge fights gender bias

Pack the Gut challenge fights gender bias

Letter to the Editor

February 1, 2017

Dear Editor, Have you gone to a hockey, soccer or a basketball game at UVM? Have you ever gone to a professional or World Cup game? Now that I have your attention, what was your immediate assumption as you considered the question? Were you thinking about a men’s or a women’s game? Wh...

‘Gut’ may go, but memories stay

John Suozzo

December 10, 2015

                    [Updated: 12/11/15 - 3:30 p.m.] For the first time in over half a century, Vermont hockey may be finding a new home. It is believed that a new arena may be coming to replace Gutterson Fieldhouse. ...

Men’s hockey swept by No. 4 UMass-Lowell

Alexander Benoit and Shane Town

November 8, 2015

UVM welcomed No. 4 UMass-Lowell for a two game, Hockey East series this weekend at Gutterson Fieldhouse. The River Hawks got an early lead on the Catamounts, and never looked back. In the first game, Lowell went on the power play early in the first period after a penalty by UVM’s Ori Abramson. The...

The Gut and its glory

Joe Gallant

November 4, 2015

The University of Vermont’s home for its men and women’s hockey teams has been the subject of recent conversation.  Should the historic rink be kept or is it time to move on? Gutterson Fieldhouse, better known as “the Gut” has been home to UVM hockey since 1963. Of course, some renovations...

Men’s hockey earns win and tie after series

November 2, 2015

Men’s hockey opened their conference play this weekend with two games against Hockey East rival Northeastern University Oct. 29 and 31.Game one of the weekend saw the Cats get out to an early two goal lead thanks to sophomores Jarrid Privitera and Anthony Petruzzelli who both scored goals in the first peri...

Men’s hockey loses their exhibition game

The men’s hockey team lines up before their Oct. 4. exhibition game against Acadia University. DAYNA WYCKOFF/The Vermont Cynic

October 6, 2015

Since falling to the U.S. U-18 team  Oct. 4, 2011, the men’s hockey team had not lost an exhibition game. Four years to the day, that changed.Men’s hockey was downed by Acadia University 2-1 in a game that combined chippy play and the penalty box being occupied for most of the game.“Undisciplined is th...

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