The Vermont Cynic

Alumni, push divestment

Alumni, push divestment

Letter to the Editor October 8, 2019

By Benjamin Silverman '10 I am a 2010 alumnus from the University of Vermont with a Bachelor of Arts in economics. It was with great displeasure that I read in the Oct.1 Cynic article about how the UVM...

Barbara Rouleau, Clinical Assistant Professor, passed away Nov. 30. 
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Nursing professor dies

Lauren Schnepf, Assistant News Editor November 30, 2017

Barbara Rouleau, who was a clinical assistant professor in the nursing department and a UVM alumni, died Nov. 30. Rouleau was a nurse practitioner in the College of Nursing and Health Sciences faculty...

Former UVM hockey player gets honored

Claire Messersmith January 28, 2016

A University of Vermont hockey alumnus became the first in UVM’s history to have a jersey retired Jan. 8, 2016. A likely National Hockey League Hall-of-Famer, Martin St. Louis now has his jersey,...

Alumnus and Pulitzer Prize-winner Eric Lipton speaks at his lecture on corporate lobbying Sept. 21 in the Silver Maple Ballroom. Photo credit: Oliver Pomazi

Alumnus discusses lobbying in U.S.

Kelsey Neubauer, Staff Writer September 29, 2015

New York Times reporter, Eric Lipton, held a lecture on corporate lobbying in America Sept. 21. Lipton spoke about a series of articles about corruption in lobbying. The articles earned him the Pulitzer...

Alumna honored by state

Alumna honored by state

John Riedel, Staff Writer September 2, 2015

UVM alumna Janette Bombardier, Class of 1980, was selected by the Vermont Chamber of Commerce as the 2015 Citizen of the Year. Every year the Vermont Chamber of Commerce, which represents over 1,500...

Alumnus' first novel

Alumnus’ first novel

February 3, 2015

UVM alumnus Samuél Lopez Barrantes is pictured above. Barrantes wrote his novel “Slim and the Beast” after being rejected from fourteen master’s programs and moving to Paris.After studying abroad...

Royall Tyler to undergo renovations

Royall Tyler to undergo renovations

Hannah Kearns January 20, 2015

The 41-year-old Royall Tyler Theatre will soon be undergoing renovations. The theatre, formerly the University’s gymnasium, initially opened in 1974. “It was a beautifully renovated building,”...

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