The Vermont Cynic

Easy and healthy meals to make off-campus

Chick pea crepes are an easy source of protein whether you are a vegetarian or not.

Isabella Alessandrini, Culture Columnist

September 20, 2018

If you are living off-campus with no meal plan, don’t worry! Here are a few satisfying and speedy recipes based around healthy complex carbohydrates and veggies that will come together in 40 minutes or less. For plant-based protein sources that are sustainable for the planet and slim budgets, ...

University fosters student-community relations

EILEEN O'CONNOR/The Vermont Cynic
A house in the North End is pictured. City council has been pushing for increased affordable housing.

JP Riedel, Senior Staff Writer

September 1, 2017

As thousands of Catamounts flood the streets of Burlington back from summer vacation, UVM is working with students and local residents to start the year smoothly. For the past eight years, the University has sent letters to locals with information about move-in weekend. These are intended to prepare ...

UVM sells Ethan Allen Apartments for $3.9 Million

Alexandra Shannon

February 4, 2016

The Ethan Allen apartments were sold for $3.9 million by UVM to the Champlain Housing Trust.   The apartments were sold Jan. 31, according to a press release by the Champlain Housing Trust.   The Ethan Allen apartments consist of 31 units, and are a portion of the Fort Ethan Allen apartment com...

Students, hotel staff staying separate

Caroline Alkire

November 4, 2015

Students living in the Sheraton Hotel say they have a distant relationship with the hotel staff. The two hallways occupied by students are in a wing away from guests, said Ben Kennedy, lead resident adviser for the Sheraton. He said there have been no negative interactions between students and hotel staff. ...

UVM assists students dealing with landlords

Courtney Cunningham

November 4, 2015

Students dealing with landlord issues can turn to a UVM program. The Consumer Assistance Program is a joint program between UVM and the Vermont attorney general’s office that can be a resource for students facing landlord problems. “Because a landlord is a business, we can take a complaint from stude...

Students, residents express concerns

Alexandra Shannon

November 3, 2015

Tension remains between student and permanent residents in Burlington, which was a significant issue during this year’s Burlington city council elections, residents say. Noise is one of the largest sources of conflict between students and permanent residents. “A lot of times, it’s not party no...

The University of Vermont's Independent Voice Since 1883
off-campus housing