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UVM Dining by Day, Culture by Night

UVM Dining by Day, Culture by Night

May 12, 2018

I could barely believe it. After the story I had just received, my perception of the man standing before me h...

Grooving with the Mountain Goats

Grooving with the Mountain Goats

April 29, 2018

Four men in suits ran on stage, looking like a band of dads  hurrying from a business meeting to this...

Reclaiming Identities of Addiction

Reclaiming Identities of Addiction

April 12, 2018

Language is a powerful form of representation, and one that is largely absent on this campus for our...

Eggplants: Cooking and Connecting with the Old World

Eggplants: Cooking and Connecting with the Old World

Brigitte Riordan, Staff Writer

March 13, 2018

Filed under Features, Food

Food is culture. I am a first-generation Romanian-American, but I don’t know much about Romanian food....

After the Kake Walk: A history of UVM’s racial climate from Lattie Coor’s presidency to the present

After the Kake Walk: A history of UVM’s racial climate from Lattie Coor’s presidency to the present

March 2, 2016

Student activism was common at UVM throughout the 1960s and ‘70s, resulting in the creation of some...

Exploring Race at UVM

Bryan O'Keefe, Kelsey Neubauer, and Sarah Olsen

February 25, 2016

Filed under Enterprise

Go to Kakewalk

Kake Walk: Alumni, faculty and students reflect on 73-year tradition

Kake Walk: Alumni, faculty and students reflect on 73-year tradition

February 24, 2016

For 73 years, UVM fraternity members danced in blackface and satin tuxedos during the longest running...

Junior goalie secures the net

October 13, 2015

Filed under Player Profiles, Sports

Starting the season, the goalie situation for the men’s hockey team was still up in the air.In the last two seasons, men’s hockey team had back-to-back 20-wins for the first time since 1996. They reached the Hockey East semifinals last year, due in part to their defensive play and goaltending. Junior Mike Santaguida and ...

Finding a safe ride home

Bryan O'Keefe

September 15, 2015

Filed under Campus, News

Finding a ride home from downtown Burlington late at night may become a little easier. Junior Tyler Davis, SGA vice president, is planning a program that would provide students and other Burlington residents with free transportation on weekend evenings. Expanding upon the late-night safety shuttle provided by UVM’s transportation...

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