The Vermont Cynic

Learning from a long history of revolutionary action

Learning from a long history of revolutionary action

Gabriel Timberg

April 26, 2018

Filed under Opinion

There have been times in my life where everything seemed like a hopeless waste of time, and during th...

History faculty talk new publications

History faculty talk new publications

Jean MacBride, Staff Writer

February 9, 2018

Filed under Arts, Arts Regular

Students and faculty mingled around a long wooden table. Some flipped through the pages of freshly pr...

How rewriting history could save the planet

How rewriting history could save the planet

Lily Spechler

February 28, 2017

Filed under Opinion

AC/DC, the world famous Australian rock band, had it right when they said we were on the highway to hell. AC/DC...

Harriet Tubman to knock Jackson out

Harriet Tubman to knock Jackson out

May 7, 2016

For as long as the U.S. monetary system has existed, paper bills have portrayed only male historical ...

From the parking lot: A history of the 2005 UVM-Syracuse game

From the parking lot: A history of the 2005 UVM-Syracuse game

John Suozzo

March 17, 2016

Filed under Sports

In the wake of the men’s basketball team’s March 12 loss, and the subsequent end of their bid for a NCAA tourna...

Lecture explores 19th century opiate use in Vermont

October 28, 2015

Filed under Campus Life, Life

An author and former federal prosecutor talked about the widespread opiate addiction Vermonters had in the mid to late 19th century Oct. 20 in UVM’s Waterman Lounge.Gary Shattuck gave his lecture as the first in a series dedicated in memory of Samuel Hand, a historian, political scientist and scholar at UVM for many years ...

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