Queechee Gorge

By Krista Shugart My friend Jess and I didn’t have any classes on Wednesdays, so we decided to go on a fall adventure to the Queechee Gorge! The Queechee Gorge is in Hartford, VT, about a 40 minute drive from campus. It was so beautiful to see the leaves changing color and to feel the…

Activism Floor

By: Krista Shugart   Activism Floor has been introduced to the Green Mountain College community this semester! The Floor’s mission is to create an intentional community that promotes the importance of social and environmental justice to the campus. The Activism Floor is a co-ed living space located on Moses Hall first floor for students who…

Family, Friends, and Alumni Weekend!

By Binh Bui ’14 The weekend is coming along. As a normal human being, I know all of you are excited about it (and probably wake up tomorrow screaming TGIF!) Maybe saying “all of you” is a little extreme as I obviously have not befriended with all of you on Facebook. I am, however, very…

Conditioning A New Era In GMC Athletics

By: Forrest Teutsch As I came to Green Mountain this summer for my final year as a collegiate athlete, I had lofty expectations for the cross-country season. I had been recovering from a knee injury over the summer and yearned to get back to running as soon as possible. Alas, with GMC athletics only having…

One-on-One with Anne Tuthill

By Matthias Baudinet Recently I had the marvelous pleasure of interviewing freshman Anne Tuthill. As a first year here at Green Mountain College she gives us her thoughts on the school while allowing us to get to know her a little bit at the same time. It was a privilege of getting to know this wonderful lady. I know…

Stop the Vermont Gas Pipeline!

By Krista Shugart On September 10, 2013, fifteen Green Mountain College students attended a rally against the Vermont Gas Pipeline in Middlebury and attended the Public Hearing at the Middlebury Union Middle School. This public hearing was intense and emotional. Over 500 community members attended and many spoke before the Public Service Board. Many of…

First Year Impression! (FYI!) – Interview with José Gálvez

Last week, right before the school started, twelve Green Mountain College students arrived on campus early to participate in a meaningful program called “First Year Impression!” or “FYI!”  Created by Kevin Bubriski, professor of Visual Arts department, and José Gálvez, Sustainability Community Development Outreach Coordinator at Green Mountain College, FYI! is a new, one-week pre-orientation…

Back to school!

     After a long (yet short) summer, it is back to school. After being on campus for about 2 and half weeks, I am very excited to start classes tomorrow! As a new resident assistant I had to attend trainings for the first two weeks that I was back, and I honestly had a…