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Literary magazine hosts reading at downtown venue

Image Courtesy of The Gist (Left to Right): Senior Lauren Sky, Senior Sunny Nagpaul, Junior Aiden Blasi, Junior Alicia Tebeau-Sherry, Senior Keana Moreau, Senior Chris Soychak and Senior Seth Wade pose on stage at the Light Club Lamp Shop, Oct. 14.

Sabrina Fiore, Staff Writer

October 23, 2019

Student poets walked onto the stage, stood straight in front of the glitzy golden curtain, faced the audience and began to speak.  Light Club Lamp Shop hosted a poetry reading evening Oct. 14. The Gist, UVM’s literary arts magazine, was the featured act for students to share their poetry with the great...

Inaugural Creative Arts Expo celebrates student artists

Sophomore Emily McDonnell strums a guitar and sings at the The Creative Arts Expo on Trinity campus Mar. 29. Over 200 people attended the expo and 50 participated in the open mic.

Jean MacBride, Staff Writer

April 10, 2019

The Great Room in McAuley Hall was turned into a bustling artist’s market and open mic last week. The first-ever Creative Arts Expo was held March 29 on Trinity campus. At the expo, student artists sold their own work, and student musicians and poets were given an opportunity to perform on stage. ...

Literary magazine receives an overhaul

Literary magazine receives an overhaul

Addie Beach, Senior Staff Writer

February 20, 2019

Amid recent controversies over budget cuts to the humanities, it can seem like the arts community at UVM is more fractured than ever. The Gist, UVM’s student-run literary and visual arts journal, aims to change this.  Formerly known as Vantage Point, The Gist publishes once a semester, with weekly m...

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