Something I wish I did differently – Leanne Kopec

I am now in my last semester at GMC and as I am getting ready to go out into the real world (i.e. working on cover letters and searching for jobs) there is something that I wish I had done differently: I am looking for jobs mostly in the field of environmental consulting and/or sustainability…

Environmental Ethics by Krista Shugart

Are you interested in philosophy?? I HIGHLY reccomend taking philosophy classes with Susanne Claxton at Green Mountain College. She is such an amazing teacher. She teaches you all about LIFE!!! Today I had my Environmental Ethics exam and it was on Aristotle, Kant, Mill and Leopold. Here is some very interesting information about Aristotle that I…

How much do you know about GMC? – GMC Contest – by [Binh]

Hi there! This is Binh. Mid-term, mid-term, and mid-term exams are coming. Hummm!!! This post should be the interview with Connor Magnuson and his project “7 Days of Music”. However, for some reasons, the interview was moved to this week. Hence, it will be post next week. But don’t worry. It’s coming soon. For now,…

Midterms and Spring Break — Alexandra Hilliard

I mentioned in a previous post that I will be going to Kentucky with the Red Bird Mission this spring break. I will be going with a dozen other students from Green Mountain College, and a dozen people from the local community. It should be awesome, considering that aside from the 5 others that attended…

A Positive Outlook on Midterms, By Johnny Cabrera

Woah, midterms came too fast this semester. I feel like it was only last week that I landed in Rutland Vermont, had a friend drive me to campus and go hysterical when I saw my roommate. Now, all I’ve been looking at is the neoclassical model of economics, the fundamentals of American Literature, and the…

Moses Lawn- by Kat Kehrt

Last August, I signed up to be an Orientation Leader and during the “Get to know your other OLs” stage, Ryan Irkhe had us get a partner and told us to lead each other to our favorite spots on campus, while the person being led had their eyes closed. While the river, the farm and…

Pets On Campus…By: Forrest Teutsch

Green Mountain College as well as many other schools in the country do not allow students to own most pets like cats, dogs, guinea pigs, and others, however some students have found great loopholes to this. The classic example of avoiding this outlawing pet is to simply move off campus in order to bring their…

Upcoming Spring Break…By:Forrest Teutsch

Well this time of year, spring sports are in full swing with practices, the temperatures are beginning to rise, the days are getting noticeably longer, and the dog days of school are here with midterms nagging students. Somehow the semester has already seemed to fly by and we are already at the midway point of…

Midterms….by Krista Shugart

This is my mid-terms week, and on Friday I will be hitting the road on my way to Appalachia, VA for Mountain Justice Spring Break. It is crazy to think about all that I have to do by Friday. I have many projects and midterm exams this week. I am taking 18 credits the semester,…

Friendship at Green Mountain College- Matthias Baudinet

Green Mountain College is a very special, unique, fascinating, and loving place. Here, you can be friends with all kinds of people. You could be someone from a totally different country, and yet, you would find a fantastic group of friends that love you for who you are and what you believe in. When I…

Changes, continued – Leanne Kopec

For the second to last segment on a theme of blogs about the changes that I have experienced during my three and a half years at Green Mountain, I would like to discuss a few changes and events that have occurred which do not really go along with a bigger theme but nonetheless affect our…