By Krista Shugart Spring 2014 semester brings an exciting opportunity for students! A ten-credit block course entitled “Local Resilience in a Changing Climate” will be offered. This block includes four classes and four professors: “Climate Change Law and Policy” with Christopher Brooks, “Sustainable Development: Theory and Practice” with Jacob Park, “Climate Dynamics” with John Van … More Climate Change Block Course
By Binh Bui’ 14 It is always a smart choice to visit colleges that you plan to apply before submitting your application. It helps you to have better understanding about the college culture, which may not be easily seen through brochures and the school’s website. Also, it is an opportunity for the school to present … More Green Mountain College Open House
By: Matthias Baudinet Today was a special day for seniors Cleopass Nakoma, Tyler Lawson, and Chukwuemeka Ugorji. After 3-4 years of playing Division III soccer for Green Mountain College, these three magnificent players took part in their last home game of their college soccer careers. Having played with all three of these players for one full … More A Sad Day for GMC Soccer
By Binh Bui’ 14 Time goes by so fast. Half of the fall semester already passed! Last week was fall break for Green Mountain College students. Instead of going home like other American students, international students decided to take this opportunity to travel to famous cities in the U.S. For this break, they went exploring … More What Did International Students at GMC Do during Fall Break?
By Krista Shugart Green Mountain College is a part of the “Eco League” Program. “The Eco League is the only college consortium in the United States dedicated to sustainability education and the active pursuit of environmental studies within a liberal arts framework.” There are five schools that are a part of this program, allowing student … More Eco League Program
By: Matthias Baudinet History is one of my dearest passions, which is why I declared myself a history major when I came to Green Mountain College. I grew up learning history at a very young age, living with people who were all history buffs, including seven different family members who … More History Seminar