Are not we here to be challenged??

Another challenging semester came to an end. I love it when my professors challenge their students. That is why we are studying at GMC. There were between 15 to 30 students in each of my classes and every single student got the chance to participate in the group works and discussions. They got the chance…

My first semester of college complete by Krista Shugart

Wow, that went fast!!! My first semester of college is complete. I have learned so much in these past few months. It is strange to think that when I arrived in Poultney, VT in August I didn’t know anyone. Now, I am already missing all of my really close friends. I have formed so many…

Snowy Rewards — Leanne Kopec

It’s finals week and thankfully the hard part, for me, is over.  I’ve written about thirty pages in the past week or so and am now concentrated on the two finals I have tomorrow.  Usually by this time, or even before Thanksgiving, I have gotten a few days of skiing in at Killington or Pico,…

That time of year… -Kat Kehrt

It’s that time of year! Stop playing video games and crack open that $100 textbook that you bought in the bookstore in August and never got a chance to get around to read it. Exam time! I used to look at final time as the most stressful time of my semester but this semester is…

Snow!-Kat Kehrt

I was in the library around 8pm last night trying to focus on writing a final paper for my History class. My mind was not focusing on the task at hand and my head swiveled to the left and my gazed went out the window. There, right outside of my window, snow was falling lightly…

Classes that make you think – by Leanne Kopec

The semester is coming to an end and as such I am sure that everyone is quite busy, I know I am.  I am planning on spending most of today writing a ten-page paper for a special topics class called Political Psychology.  Last night I found myself getting very excited to wake up early today…

Lady Eagles Look to Find Their Stroke… By: Forrest Teutsch

After a positive start to the season the lady eagles dropped five of their next six games including two conference games to Thomas College and University of Maine at Farmington. All the pieces to the puzzle are there for this womens team, but they continue to just get edged out and lose tight games. Most…

Pushed Out of the Nest… By: Forrest Teutsch

Baptism by flames; this game was the equivolent to the young eagles being pushed from their nest and being forced into learning to fly. The GMC Eagles hosted a very formidable Eastern Connecticut team, 4-1 to start the season, and boast a highly defensive game; allowing only an average of 60.4 points per game. Eastern…

The Poultney River By Johnny Cabrera

As we all know, the Poultney River is a large attraction to the students here at Green Mountain College. It’s the home to the famous Rope Swing and provides endless hours of fun during a beautiful day in Vermont. I have taken a few photos of the river to simplify the mystery of this gorgeous…

“Do it in the Dark” By Johnny Cabrera

“Do it in the dark” has been a school-wide challenge (December 5th 12 a.m. to December 6th 11:59 p.m.) that focuses on energy conservation. Students are being asked to participate by shutting off all their lights and unplugging all unnecessary items from their outlets. Green Mountain College will match every dollar saved, and combine it…

Intercultural Bazaar by Jessie Jiang

There was a Intercultural Bazaar hold by Intercultural Center(ICC) last Sunday night.   Intercultural Center encouraged all the international student prepare traditional food or traditional items to show to Green Mountain College students. Toshitaka Iwasa, who is from Japan, showed his traditional clothes.  Brenda Nsambu, who is from Uganda, performed African dance. Heeje Cho, who is from Korea, sang a old Korean song–Arirang, he also sang a American rock song, which was surprised people. 🙂 Intercultural center is a perfect place for student in campus who want to learn or know different  cultural among this world. Members in this center are all willing to show themself and their countries to students. Come to join more ICC’s activities. I believe it will have so much fun.