The Vermont Cynic

Why we should all be reading more news

Why we should all be reading more news

Sophie Oehler

16 hours ago

When I was younger, my favorite thing to listen to on the radio was “Wait! Wait! Don’t Tell Me!” on NPR, and my favorite TV show was Rick Steves’ Europe travel review on PBS. I know I must sound like the lamest 7-year-old ever, but my love for NPR and PBS has now helped me appreciate the im...

Graveyard Shift: A Night at WRUV

Graveyard Shift: A Night at WRUV

Frances King

March 15, 2016

Because of the WRUV graveyard shifts, the Davis Center is the UVM facility that never sleeps. The graveyards, late night shifts reserved for new and training DJ’s,  are a mixture of scary and fun, said first-year Ashley Claude. Though being in the Davis Center late at night can be a bit daun...

Radio broadcaster discusses career

Radio broadcaster discusses career

Alexander Benoit

February 17, 2015

Since 2010, men’s ice hockey has had one voice call their games. Alastair Ingram is the assistant director of Athletic Communications, serves as the voice of the men’s hockey team and is the media contact for men’s ice hockey, cross country and track and field. A 2008 graduate of Syracuse University...

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