The Vermont Cynic

Selfless love can overcome national hatred

November 16, 2016


Filed under Opinion, Staff Editorial

How lucky we are to live in a place where so many of us possess the same values of humanity, even at a time when some fear our own humanity may be challenged; a place where a tumultuous election brought us together, instead of apart; a place that hate will not reach. By standing in solidarity, we h...

Parade paints pride in Vermont

Kelsey Neubauer, Staff Writer

September 15, 2016


Filed under Life

Rainbow pride spread throughout Burlington streets on Sunday. Hundreds marched and celebrated the LGBTQAI+ community in Burlington’s annual Pride Parade. The event, hosted by the Burlington Pride Center, is one of many throughout the country honoring the history of this group of people. In ...

What to expect when you look to Tinder to find love

What to expect when you look to Tinder to find love

Hunter Colvin

May 7, 2016


Filed under Columns, Life

In case anyone was still unsure, Tinder is 100 percent a hookup app. I would know because I went on a Tinder date for the first, and probably last, time. Talking on Tinder is odd. There are some people who just want to get right to the hooking up part. There are some who never reply to messages...

Murder By Death unveils new love

Murder By Death unveils new love

February 10, 2015


Filed under Arts, Previews

Trying to fit an artist into one genre is like using primary colors to describe a sunset.When I first heard of Murder By Death, I pictured a group in black and white make-up playing heavy metal, but that wasn’t even close.The group, which got their name from a ‘70s spoof of mystery movies, is a ...

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