Letter from Career Services–Voices of Community Seeks Interviewees!

Every GMC students know that Voices of Community will be the second ELA core course that they will definitely take on the spring semester of their freshmen year. In addition to improve writing skill of students, one of the learning objectives of Voices course is to encourage students to explore their relationship with their communities, … More Letter from Career Services–Voices of Community Seeks Interviewees!

Changing the world- by Seraphina Mallon-Breiman

  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qu96UwxCDv4  My name is Seraphina Mallon-Breiman and I am nineteen years old. I have been working with the One Voice for Laos organization and community for a few years now. This project was started by one of the mothers in my community at home in Woodstock NY to help support children in an orphanage in … More Changing the world- by Seraphina Mallon-Breiman

Sharing a Classroom with a Civil War Re-enactor

  “Prime! Ready! Aim! Fire!” Mr. P walks three students through the process of loading Civil War-style muskets. In the classroom this is just a drill, with imaginary gunpowder and bullets. However, these students are about to go outside to fire the guns for real (just blanks – no bullets involved), complete with replica soldier’s … More Sharing a Classroom with a Civil War Re-enactor

Farm Blog

This past Saturday a group of GMC students and faculty attended the 17th Annual Grass Farmers Conference in Fairlee, VT. The group of fifteen students was led by Professor Philip Ackerman-Leist and the campus farm’s Production and Research Assistant, Benjamin Dube. Many of the students who attended were part of Ackerman-Leist’s Biodiversity Issues in Agriculture: … More Farm Blog