The Vermont Cynic

Literary magazine receives an overhaul

Literary magazine receives an overhaul

Addie Beach, Senior Staff Writer

February 20, 2019

Amid recent controversies over budget cuts to the humanities, it can seem like the arts community at UVM is more fractured than ever. The Gist, UVM’s student-run literary and visual arts journal, aims to change this.  Formerly known as Vantage Point, The Gist publishes once a semester, with weekly m...

Student-run literary magazine feels it deserves better

The newest edition of the UVM student-run literary arts magazine, Vantage Point Nov. 15. The publication is almost 20 years old and accepts student art of all kinds, ranging from short fiction writing to photography.

Bridget Higdon, Assistant Arts Editor

November 29, 2017

As students stress in libraries to finish papers and study for exams, some celebrate the publication of their creative work in a nearly 20 year-old student-run magazine. Vantage Point is UVM’s student-run literary arts magazine that accepts student art submissions of all kinds throughout each semester....

Web magazine publishes local artists’ work

Web magazine publishes local artists' work

Bridget Higdon, Assistant Arts Editor

November 14, 2017

After unfurling the plaid scarf from around her neck, Annie Clymer sat down at a rickety, wooden table inside Muddy Waters. She clutched her glass of fresh-pressed juice in two hands, and smiled as she began to speak of her latest artistic endeavor. Clymer is the editor and founder of The Burlington...

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