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UVM startup assists the blind

November 20, 2015

Filed under Campus, News

A startup partnering with UVM has received a $1 million grant in recognition for an invention benefiting the blind.E.A.S.Y. LLC was awarded a grant from the National Institute of Health in order to continue work on their “inTact” printer prototype, which prints in raised-lines able to be read by the blind.The company specialize...

UVM Professor helps local farmers

Caroline Alkire

November 20, 2015

Filed under Campus, News

One UVM professor is changing the way farming is done in Vermont through her research with local farmers. Associate Professor Heather Darby and her team recently were awarded a $102,154 two-year grant from the Vermont Ecosystem Restoration program, according to UVM Extension. The UVM Extension program is a 100-year-old progr...

Rock the Kasbah Review

Rock the Kasbah Review

November 19, 2015

Even a predictably funny performance from Bill Murray isn’t enough to save this promising movie fr...

Member of Squash Club apologizes

Alexandra Shannon

November 18, 2015

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Squash Club remains on probation after an email with a racial slur in the subject line was sent to the 68 members on the club’s listserv. Junior Edward Smith, the member who sent the email, sent another to the team’s listserv apologizing for the subject line Nov. 4. “For anyone who was displeased with my last subject ...

Sexual assaults prompt CatAlerts

Jill Vaglica

November 18, 2015

Filed under Campus, News

[Updated 1:36 p.m. Nov. 18, 2015] Students received two CatAlert emails about recent sexual assaults Nov. 16 and 17. The first incident occurred at a UVM fraternity house, in which a woman was allegedly sexually assaulted between the late evening or early morning during the weekend of Nov. 14-15, the email stated. ...

SGA Updates-Nov. 10

<p>SGA Updates-Nov. 10</p>

Alexandra Shannon

November 18, 2015

Filed under Campus, News

SGA recognizes club for Disability Advocacy UVM Students for Disability Advocacy and Awareness was recog...

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Students protest tuition costs

November 18, 2015

A crowd of students gathered in front of the Bailey/Howe Library to speak out for the rights of students ...

Dean emails college over drugs

Kelsey Neubauer, Senior Staff Writer

November 18, 2015

Filed under Campus, News

One UVM administrator said he has some strong words for students who are going to class high. The Interim Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, William Falls emailed students in the college Nov. 4 saying that he was “stunned” after hearing a conversation between two students about going to class high. “I failed to do a...

Student arrested on alleged assault

Student arrested on alleged assault

November 18, 2015

UVM police services arrested a student Oct. 31 for allegedly threatening his roommate with a butane torc...

Band tours for their new album

Band tours for their new album

November 17, 2015

A psychedelic techno group returning to Higher Ground Nov. 15. Papadosio is touring for their new album, “Extras in A Movie,” released earlier this year carr...

Clean Energy Fund struggles to complete review

November 12, 2015

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The UVM Office of Sustainability is reviewing its progress in completing one of the University’s green initiatives. However, this project is behind schedule.The office is using the Clean Energy Fund, made up of $10 paid from every student’s tuition, to fund an evaluation of its own track record to make sure it can reach...

RA email scandal in Converse

RA email scandal in Converse

November 12, 2015

What began as a public service announcement quickly became a dorm-wide email chain when a residence ad...

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