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Green Mountain Shower Thoughts – Jacob and Nate Go Skiing

Green Mountain Shower Thoughts - Jacob and Nate Go Skiing

Jacob Goodwin and Nate Dole

January 27, 2020

Jacob and Nate get to talk about skiing and winter vacation along with other things.

Cats in the snow: Burlington winter weather breaks records

Snow melts on the roof of Royall Tyler Theatre as students on the ground below walk to and from class, Nov. 13.

Caroline Slack, Feature Writer

November 19, 2019

UVM’s campus is blanketed in a layer of snow, and students have started trudging to class in parkas and snow boots. Burlington temperatures dipped to a record-breaking 11 degrees Fahrenheit at 6 a.m. Nov. 13. The previous low for Nov. 13 was 15 degrees in 1986, according to a Nov. 13 Burlington ...

As snow storm approaches, Burlington puts parking ban in place

File Photo Nov. 2019.

Sawyer Loftus, News Editor

November 11, 2019

Here's what you need to know about tonight's parking ban.

Students reflect on the little things this semester

Jackie Flynn

February 2, 2016

Spring semester at UVM means we must say goodbye to fall and adjust to new routines – namely the freezing weather that engulfs Vermont every year. With winter now in full swing, the Cynic asked students, “What are the little things that help get you through the winter?” Junior Michaela Hoo...

Through the cold, local writers read their stories

Catie Owen

December 11, 2015

Winter is coming, but despite the cold, local Burlington artists are celebrating. The 11th annual showing of “Winter Tales” by the Vermont Stage theatre company will take place at the Flynn Dec. 9 - 13. The show will include pro- fessional readings of stories and poems by local novel...

Your symptoms may be more than the ‘Winter Blues’

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December 10, 2015

As the winter months quickly approach, some students are bracing for the onset of seasonal affective disorder.“SAD is a form of clinical depression, where people experience bouts of depression in the fall [and] winter months, and feel pretty great in the spring [and] summer months,” said Jennifer Mahon, a doctoral candida...

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