Our Four-Year Journey

Since the very first day of college, Asad and I have been roommates.  Ever since, we have lived in two different rooms on the same floor in the same building, Moses.  We have shared quite a few experiences living together for so long.  As a way of attempting to capture our experience here, we decided…

Remembering GMC’s 1st Annual Ping Pong Tournament

Earlier this semester, a handful of Green Mountain College students hosted what ended up to be a successful 1st annual ping pong tournament.  At the event were subway subs, four ping pong tables and a large crowd of people to enjoy the fun.  As this was a tournament, toward the end, there were some competitive…

Perry’s Diner – By Seraphina Mallon-Breiman

Perry’s Diner lies directly in the center of Main St. in Poultney, Vermont. It is a small but quaint diner with a homey feeling and a delicious smell. It is the place where many GMC students come for breakfast or brunch and to catch up with friends or on schoolwork. With affordable prices and yummy…

Brunnenberg Castle- By Seraphina Mallon-Breiman

About two months ago I applied for a program that GMC offers for study abroad. This program allows fourteen students and one professor to travel to Brunnenberg Castle which is located in the Italian Alps. This program lasts for one semester and offers fourteen easily transferable credits along with the opportunity to have an amazing…

Tom Burrell at GMC by Krista Shugart

Last night (Monday April 15th at 8pm) Tom Burrell, author of Brainwashed: Challenging the Myth of Black Inferiority came to Green Mountain College. This event was organized by GMC senior Shonelle McKenzie. The East Room filled up with students to hear Tom Burrell discuss racial inequality in America. Tom Burrell’s grandfather was born into slavery….

A Girl

     Have you ever had a friend that you know will always be in your life? A friend that you know you can always rely on? A friend that always knows how to make you smile (and cry)? Here at Green Mountain College, I have good handful of friends like that. But, there is one that always stands out…

AsiaNetwork Conference Presentation

I am currently in Nashville, TN taking some time to relax and enjoy the city before I get on a plane to head back home. I arrived in Nashville two days ago with Professor Mark Dailey and fellow student Charlotte Wright to present the research we conducted in China over the summer, which was funded…

Cerridwen Farm- By Seraphina Mallon-Breiman

I decided that I hadn’t had a personal enough experience on GMC’s very own on-campus farm, Cerridwen Farm, so I figured I would contact some of the people in charge there and spend some time with them, and with my camera. I contacted Baylee, the assistant farm manager, and set up a time for a…

Adventure Education Student Colloquium

On Wednesday, April 17th, students in the seminar class for the adventure education major will be giving presentations relative to a topic they have chosen while in class.  The event is titled, “Trails, Rivers, Lakes, and Rocks: The Opportunities and Rationale for Local Outdoor Recreation.” If you have not noticed the posters already floating around…