The Vermont Cynic

Learning to embrace a city as a home

Learning to embrace a city as a home

Kian Deshler, Feature Writer

August 30, 2018

Filed under Features

Holly Coughlan Fog nestled into the foothills of the Olympic Mountains. The wind whispered over the bay, causing the slightest of ripples. Conifer trees colored the la...

Chasing West

Chasing West

September 26, 2017

My friends and I departed on a Friday afternoon during the peak of summer, leaving behind our homes and...

Adventure-seekers on a budget joining a tourism wave in Iceland

Adventure-seekers on a budget joining a tourism wave in Iceland

September 2, 2017

No one had to look further than their Facebook timeline this summer to see the wondrous and dra...

48 Hours across the Border

48 Hours across the Border

April 11, 2016

It’s a strange feeling to hop in your car for a short ride and suddenly be in another country. It’s a...

Bonded over a broken down bus

Bonded over a broken down bus

Allie Parkin

April 8, 2016

Filed under Life

I’ve always loved a good adventure - I read a lot of books when I was young, following lone heroes on brave and arduous quests. These quests...

A Vermonter’s spring break in California

A Vermonter’s spring break in California

March 25, 2016

Big news: I can start blaring Katy Perry’s “California Gurls” everywhere I go now because over spring br...

Stuck in a Stockholm suburb

Stuck in a Stockholm suburb

Allie Parkin

February 25, 2016

Filed under Life

All college students know deep down that a month is not a long time. It certainly feels that way...

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