The Vermont Cynic

The year in Cynic photography: 2019

First-year Robin Duncan collides with a UMBC player while going up for a rebound in their 74-61 loss Jan. 25. This game was a rematch from the March 2018 conference title game where UMBC also won 65-62.

Bridget Higdon, Editor-in-Chief

December 30, 2019

  At the Vermont Cynic, we don’t just break the news. We show it to you.  These photos tell the story of 2019 at UVM in still moments and vivid color. Cynic photographers caught people in moments of pure joy and deep anguish. The shutter snapped mid-sentence and mid-stride. To tell...

Q&A: Four student artists talk creativity on campus

Q&A: Four student artists talk creativity on campus

Sarah Robinson, Staff Writer

April 17, 2018

Student artists can be found all over campus. Culture writer Sarah Robinson sat down with a few to talk about their work and get their take on the arts at UVM. First years Riya Padukone and Keerthi Onkaram are dancers from New Hampshire. They grew up together and are roomates. Onkaram specializes in classica...

Co-op educates photographers

The Photo Co-op in the Living/Learning Center gives students access to the facility for $90 a semester. The Co-op offers a fully equipped darkroom and individual instruction in film photography.

Alec Collins, Staff Writer

February 22, 2018

We may be living in the digital age, but some members of the UVM community are throwing it back to analog days by learning and practicing black-and-white film photography. The Photo Co-op in the Living/Learning Center is a space for UVM students, staff and  their families to develop their creative...

Untold stories displayed in local cafe

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Bettina Cataldi

April 20, 2016

One local homeless shelter is attempting to change the community’s perception of homelessness. ANEW Place, a homeless shelter that has served Burlington for the past 34 years, is telling the stories of their guests through their #IAmMoreThanHomeless project, which is currently on display at...

Artist stirs up debate on sexuality

Greta Bjornson

February 11, 2016

It’s fair to say the majority of Vermont is in favor of promoting same-love, as it legalized gay marriage in 2009. However, a dialogue is created when straight celebrities portray homosexuality in a photography movement. French artist Olivier Ciappa’s photo series “Imaginary Couples” has bee...

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