The Vermont Cynic

New fashion magazine inspires activism

New fashion magazine inspires activism

Bridget Higdon, Culture Editor

May 2, 2018

The Mt. Mansfield Room became part craft fair, part thrift store in honor of Earth Week. UVM Program Board and CARI magazine hosted a sustainable fashion show at 7 p.m. April 24 in the Davis Center. The fashion magazine was started by junior Naydeline Mejia and sophomore Amelia Dodds in Ja...

FallFest brings students and music together

FallFest brings students and music together

Bridget Higdon, Assistant Arts Editor

October 17, 2017

The last time the Patrick Gym was as filled with cheering crowds was during last spring’s March Madness tournament. But this Saturday, instead of erupting after a three-pointer, the crowd of students in the center roared for the strum of a guitar. FallFest, UVM Program Board’s annual first...

FallFest lineup revealed

FallFest lineup revealed

Bridget Higdon, Assistant Arts Editor

October 11, 2017

UVM has a long history of showcasing the voices and rhythms of both up-and-coming and well-established musicians. An affinity for live music seems to flow through Catamount veins. FallFest, an annual concert event that brings students and music together, will take place at 7 p.m. Oct. 14 in Patrick...

UPB announces SpringFest headliner

Staff Report

March 29, 2017

This year’s SpringFest will feature exclusively international artists, with the exception of one local band. UVM Program Board announced the headliner for this year’s SpringFest, Irish indie-rock band Two Door Cinema Club, at Nectar’s March 25. German R&B singer-songwriter Bibi Bour...

SpringFest lineup announced

SpringFest lineup announced

Greta Bjornson

March 22, 2016

The University Program Board announced the folk band The Head and the Heart will be headlining this year’s SpringFest. The annual concert is scheduled for April 30 and is set to take place in the Jeffords parking lot with local band Madaila opening. The Head and the Heart was chosen for the eve...

UPB event is busing students to Boston

Colby Cunningham

March 10, 2015

The UVM Program Board has arranged an event where students have the opportunity to go to a Boston Celtics game at the TD Garden against the Los Angeles Clippers, with transportation included, for just $40. The first round of 50 tickets sold out in just three days, according to Queena Hoang, the assistant ...

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