The Vermont Cynic

Student government organizes new visions for 2016

Kelsey Neubauer, Assistant News Editor

October 5, 2016

Filed under Campus, News

Executive members of SGA have set the course for several new initiatives this year. Upon entering their second year in office, SGA President Jason Maulucci and Vice President Tyler Davis have set a goal for SGA for the 2016 school year: holding the organization accountable in order to elevate its role in student’s lives. “[...

UVM students stand in solidarity with Black Lives Matter

UVM students stand in solidarity with Black Lives Matter

Kelsey Neubauer, Assistant News Editor

September 26, 2016

Filed under Campus, News

At the University of Vermont, blackout is no longer just a hashtag.   Over 100 students, staff and community membe...

Black Lives Matter flag stolen overnight

Kelsey Neubauer, Assistant News Editor

September 25, 2016

Filed under Campus, News

The Black Lives Matter flag was removed by an unknown person Saturday night, according to an email from Beverly Colston, director of the ALANA Student Center.   The disappearance of the flag is being investigated by police as an act of vandalism, Colston said in the email.   “Please know that UVM leader...

SGA Updates 9/11/2016

SGA Updates 9/11/2016

Caroline Alkire

September 14, 2016

Filed under Campus, News

  President Sullivan addresses senators President Sullivan reported on Summer University at UVM; ...

Advising program to expand by end of year

Advising program to expand by end of year

September 7, 2016

UVM’s peer mentor program has launched with plans to expand by the end of the academic year.It will c...

SGA to push course info during faculty negotiations

SGA to push course info during faculty negotiations

September 6, 2016

SGA will have a hand in contract negotiations between UVM and its faculty union this year. Conversatio...

SGA senators retain positions in high numbers

SGA senators retain positions in high numbers

May 5, 2016

Senator retention is at a peak after the beginning of the first second-term SGA president and vice presiden...

STEM Construction ‘on track’

Caroline Alkire

May 4, 2016

Filed under Campus, News

A light winter has allowed construction on Central Campus to come out of the cold right on schedule. The STEM building’s predicted May 2017 completion date will stay the same, said Bob Vaughan, director of capital planning and management. “Usually after winter we lose a couple weeks because of snow or because of the co...

SGA Senator Jake Guarino Allocates and Advocates for Students

Hannah Slitzky

April 29, 2016

Filed under Opinion

The University of Vermont has over 170 student-run clubs, and each of them needs some money to help them get off the ground. That's where SGA Sen. Jake Guarino, a junior, comes in. Guarino sits on the finance committee where he's charged with addressing the financial needs of clubs, from cheerleading to the Beekeeping Club. He ...

Course syllabi to be added

Course syllabi to be added

April 28, 2016

Students may be able to see course syllabi as early as next semester.   Unlike most other schools, UVM professors do...

Record number of senators join SGA

Record number of senators join SGA

April 14, 2016

A record number of candidates were elected in the most recent SGA election.   Thirty-seven senators were elected for fall ...

Students propose new club for artists

Students propose new club for artists

April 1, 2016

Absence can sometimes be intentional in art, like in the use of white space. Other times, it’s noth...

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