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The University of Vermont's Independent Voice Since 1883

The Vermont Cynic

The University of Vermont's Independent Voice Since 1883

The Vermont Cynic

The Waterman building seen Nov. 3. UVM administration recently released updates concerning their work to support Jewish students on campus.

Provost provides updates on supporting UVM’s Jewish community

Halsey McLaen, News Editor November 3, 2022

Patricia Prelock, provost and senior vice president, identified several new updates from UVM administration concerning the ongoing work the University is engaging in to support Jewish students on campus...

Jonathan D’Amore, special assistant to the President, and Amer Ahmed, vice provost for diversity, equity and inclusion, present the University’s new land acknowledgement statement during the board of trustees’ full board meeting Oct. 29.

What to know from the fall 2022 board of trustees meeting

Halsey McLaen, News Editor October 31, 2022

The full board of trustees meeting approved a land acknowledgement statement for official University use as well as a consent agenda containing several updates for UVM on Oct. 29. The acknowledgement...

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UVM denies mishandling antisemitism allegations

Halsey McLaen, News Editor September 15, 2022

UVM President Suresh Garimella publicly denied allegations that UVM did not adequately address claims of antisemitism on campus in a Sept. 15 email to the UVM community, following reports that the Department...

President Suresh Garimella is the 27th president of UVM. His presidency began July 2019.

Thousands voice no confidence in Garimella administration as grievances mount

Ella Ruehsen, Assistant News Editor April 13, 2021

Over 3,000 people have voiced their lack of confidence in UVM President Suresh Garimella and his administration following a series of budget cuts and other perceived administrative failures.  On March...

UVM students stand in a long line outside of the Davis center Covid testing site, Sept. 10.

Weekly COVID testing to continue through November, UVM President says

Irene Choi, Assistant News Editor September 17, 2020

UVM will continue mandatory COVID-19 testing for students through the beginning of November, the University announced just days before student testing was set to expire. Before UVM President Suresh...

President Suresh Garimella sits during the board of trustees meeting, Oct. 25, 2019.

Guest Commentary: When do we succeed at UVM? When our students do.

Guest Commentary February 24, 2020

Editor’s Note: This commentary is by Suresh V. Garimella, President, University of Vermont A three-time Pulitzer-prize winning New York Times reporter. The first African American to be inducted...

An antique wooden desk first belonging to  Vermont Senator Justin Morrill, author of the Morrill Act of 1862 establishing the country’s first land grant universities, sits in President Garimellas office.

Guest commentary: UVM’s land grant mission is paramount

Guest Commentary January 16, 2020

Editor's Note: This commentary is by Suresh V. Garimella, President, University of Vermont Against the back wall of my UVM office sits an antique wooden desk. Its surface is bare of books and paper...

 President Suresh Garimella speaks to the class of 2023 at the annual Convocation Ceremony, Aug. 25. “My top priority is the student and their success, which means that we should offer them the highest quality of education we can, that’s updated,” Garimella said.

UVM president sets his priority for the path forward: student success

Sawyer Loftus, News Editor September 2, 2019
New UVM president sits down for exclusive first one-on-one interview with The Vermont Cynic, to discuss his priorities.
Provost David Rosowsky discusses his role on campus in his office in April 2015. He announced his resignation at the end of the semester in a Feb. 25 email to the UVM community.

Provost steps down amidst campus strife

Lindsay Freed, Senior Staff Writer March 5, 2019

Amid tensions between students, faculty and the administration, Provost David Rosowsky is stepping down at the end of the semester after six years at the University. Rosowsky is leaving to allow President-Delegate...

President Suresh Garimella delivers an opening statement at his public Q&A February, 14 2019. He will took on the position of president July 1.

New president’s salary brings unease

Lee Hughes, Assistant News Editor February 28, 2019

Suresh Garimella was confirmed as the new University president, but his offered income has raised concerns. Garimella will earn an income of $630,000 a year, according to a Feb. 22 Vermont Digger article. His...

Presidential candidate finalist, Suresh Garimella, addresses the crowd in the Grand Maple Ballroom Feb. 14 during an open forum. The board of trustees is collecting feedback to inform their decisions about selecting the next University president.

Presidential candidate finalist visits campus

Julianne Lesch and Lee Hughes February 14, 2019

In front of a packed Grand Maple Ballroom and under threat of protest, presidential finalist Dr. Suresh Garimella gave a quick introduction to himself before he began a question and answer session Feb....

Suresh Garimella was announced as the sole finalist in UVMs presidential search. If Garimella is confirmed, he will replace President Tom Sullivan.

Students raise concerns over presidential committee

Lee Hughes, Assistant News Editor February 14, 2019

There is a sole finalist for the presidential search process, drawing criticism from the campus community. Suresh Garimella, executive vice president for research and partnerships at Purdue University,...

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