The Vermont Cynic

Here’s why UVM’s timepiece can’t tell time

Here’s why UVM’s timepiece can’t tell time

Irene Choi, Staff Writer

October 21, 2019

It is a brisk fall afternoon at UVM. The Ira Allen clock tower stands tall against the blue sky, its bells ringing as students hurry to their next classes. The time is 3:23 p.m. The clock reads noon. Currently, all four sides of Ira Allen Chapel’s clock tower have different times displayed, none...

Students to write and perform a play in a single day

Addie Beach, Senior Staff Writer

September 29, 2017

Even with unlimited time, creating a play is an overwhelming task for most people. But, participants in this year’s Red Eye Drama festival have only 24 hours. The event will challenge small, randomly selected groups to write, direct and rehearse a 10-minute play, known as a “Red Eye 10,” all...

Memorial held for professor

Memorial held for professor

Kelsey Neubauer, Staff Writer

March 17, 2015

Teachers, students, friends and family of professor Dan Archdeacon  gathered in the Ira Allen Chapel March 10 to remember his life. Archdeacon was a graduate of Ohio State University. He began his career at the University of Kansas, and came to UVM as a professor in 1982, according to the UVM CEMS ...

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