Burlington, Vermont by Krista Shugart

  Recently my friends and I decided that we wanted to go on an adventure for the day. We all got into my friend Kate’s car and headed to Burlington, Vermont. Burlington is about an hour and a half drive, and it is a wonderful place to go! Walking around Burlington is wonderful and there…

Final Oxen Message in the Works

Above is Bill (left) and Lou (right) around the end of October 2012. About three weeks ago, I started a project that will hopefully be coming out next week.  Lisa Wilson, a senior here at the college has been working with me on this project.  Matter of fact, this was her idea and I am…

Lesson #4,527

Do not procrastinate & find yourself doing last minute cram work in the ICC room. I. Will. Be. Here. All. Night. Yippeeeeeeee! #Anthropology of Contemporary China readings, Women’s Studies research paper   -Haley Tripoli  

How I Spent Thanksgiving

I traveled with my family to New York City to watch the Macy’s Parade.  The hard part was waking up at 3:15 AM in order to beat traffic.  Plus standing for about an hour and a half before anything started.  Apart from the parade, which I enjoyed very much, my highlight came from meeting a…

Give Thanks…and Take Responsibility

How ironic it is that the day after millions of people come together to share and give thanks for what they already have and are blessed with…they rush to all kinds of department stores and overindulge/consume on items that aren’t necessarily necessities.  I’m no consumer police or anything; I just think it’s nice to be…

Interview with Oscar Hughes – Leader of Sexpo Event – [by Binh]

Last November 10, during the Open House, the club People are Not Their Sex (PANTS) Club brought its annual Sexpo, an event about safer sex education and exploring sexual identity and interests, to GMC Campus. This year, the club presented different workshops in the afternoon, then the main event at 7pm, and finally the speaker…

French Club

     Antoine Lucic, Salima Ban Ki Limsaa, and myself are in the process of creating a French club. This will most likely start in the spring semester. It will be open to everyone if approved for funding by Student senate, and will include learning the French language, learning about the culture of France and Francophone nations, cooking French…

Language Clubs at GMC

      Recently, Duong Vo Thai, better known as Z, conducted a language survey about languages that Green Mountain students speak, and languages that students here want to learn, or would be interested in learning. Not surprisingly, many students wish to learn languages, but very few languages courses are offered here at Green Mountain College. The…

Student Senate Visits Killington

This evening, the Green Mountain College’s senators traveled to the Killington School of Resort and Hospitality Management.  The Student Senate meets every Sunday at 6pm in the Senate room downstairs in Withey.  We decided this week to have the meeting at Killington and they treated us with a tour of the lodge and a meal….

Seasonal Shift- by Seraphina Mallon-Breiman

Just a few days before Thanksgiving break and everyone is antsy to go home and see their families and loved ones. Chartwells is celebrating with special meals and folk ensembles to entertain and balloons to top it off! It is easy to get sucked in to what I like to call the ‘Chartwells Vortex’ before…

Happy Veteran’s Day & Hopes For…

A world with fewer reasons to wage war Less ignorance and hate to ignite genocide   With more understanding and sensibility Compassion and empathy And education   Where less women and men need feel the consequences, The pain The fear   As I sit in the seriously peaceful Withey Lobey here at school, I am conscious…

The History Program at Green Mountain College

I am sophomore here at Green Mountain College. I was born in France, and have lived most of my life there. Since an early age, I developed an interest history. Both my father and grandfather had done extensive studies in history, so this is how I fell in love with learning history. Being surrounded with…