The Vermont Cynic

Hate group stickers go up around campus, students and leadership react

Patriot Front sticker found outside the Davis Center

Staff Report

September 4, 2019

The Vermont Cynic asked UVM groups what they thought about the reemergence of white nationalist stickers on UVM’s campus. Here’s what they said.

Faculty union rally locked out of executive offices

United Academics President Sarah Alexander, associate professor of English,  leads a group of protestors across South Prospect Street into the Waterman building to deliver their petition.

Lee Hughes and Emma Pinezich

March 26, 2019

The faculty union and student activists were locked out of the executive offices as they tried to deliver their petition to the administration. United Academics, the faculty union, hosted a 2:30 p.m. Feb. 26 rally on the Waterman Green attended by 40 faculty and students, including members from the ...

Community rallies against hateful signs in Burlington

Grace Odell, executive director of the Ohavi Zedek Synagogue, Dana Kaplan, executive director of Outright Vermont, and Rabbi Any Small hold a rainbow pride flag Feb. 8. The Synagogue and the Pride Center were targeted between Feb. 4 and Deb. 5.

Lee Hughes, Assistant News Editor

February 12, 2019

Student groups joined community members at City Hall Feb. 8 in support of Jewish and LGBTQ communities following white supremacist signs posted on a Burlington synagogue and the Pride Center. The Ohavi Zedek Synagogue, the Pride Center of Vermont and Champlain High School were targeted between the night...

SGA works to protect marginalized groups on campus

SGA works to protect marginalized groups on campus

Zoe Stern, Staff Writer

November 17, 2018

SGA has passed two resolutions to show their support of transgender, nonbinary and intersex students, as well as Jewish students, in light of the national political climate. The first resolution, in support of the Queer Student Union and their funding requests, was sponsored by sophomore Carolynn Van Arsda...

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