What It Is Like to Major in Sustainable Agriculture

By Binh Bui’14 This is my last semester at GMC. I am so excited to go to work after my graduation as working is (always) my dream. I know you are probably thinking that I am such a workaholic, but if you think about it, people are happy when they wake up every morning, go…

The Plague at GMC – By Seraphina Mallon-Breiman

If you’ve been around campus for the last week and half you may have encountered what is now being referred to as the GMC plague, a stomach flu/virus that has been disastrously affecting many and most students and professors here.  I just recently came down with the bug immediately after a bellydancing class this past…

Spring, What Are You Waiting For?

By: Forrest Teutsch It’s spring, or at least according to our calendars it is supposed to be. Unfortunately we are in Vermont and continuously enduring what seems to be a never-ending winter. One weekend we are given a glimpse at the warm weather to come and then before our eyes we see it fade to…

GMC Theater Presents “NOISES OFF” – By Seraphina Mallon-Breiman

This weekend, the Spring comedy is going up! Go check it out and enjoy a fabulous show, I’m so excited to go see the talented people in this production and some of my very good friends! 🙂   GMC Theater Presents Hit Comedy “NOISES OFF” The Green Mountain College Theater department will present the comedy…

Red Bird Mission Trip – Interview with Bianca Zanella

By Binh Bui’14 Let’s face the truth: GMC is still covered by a snow blanket, and we cannot do anything about it. Yet, regardless of its power, snow could not keep us from enjoying our spring break. It was spring break at GMC last week, and as far as I have noticed, everyone had a…

500 Years of Chicana Women’s History

By: Krista Lee Names that I/we have been systematically not taught. Under the systems of racism and sexism (and specifically racism within the feminist movement) the names of the Chicana womyn, highlighted in this book, are now brought back to life. The names of womyn who have been fighting for liberation and freedom for hundreds…

Consent Workshop!!

  by Krista Lee Since I am currently an eco-league student at Prescott College, I attended some of the orientation workshops that were put on for students at the beginning of the Spring semester. I attended an AMAZING consent workshop put on by a group of students involved in a group called Consent in Action….

Operation Streamline

by Krista Lee I have attended Operation Streamline twice since I have been in Tucson and it is a human rights atrocity that everyone has to learn about. It is a huge human rights issue that is horrifying in every sense of the word. NO MORE DEPORTATIONS/NO MORE BORDERS/NO MORE CRIMINALIZATION OF IMMIGRANTS. “Operation Streamline…

Food Journal – By Seraphina Mallon-Breiman

Over this past break, I had the opportunity to go home and spend a lot of time with my mom and my couch. During this period of relaxation, I cooked/help cook up a storm! Here’s a food journal with some pictures of what I ate…

Meet a Senator!

By: Matthias Baudinet The Green Mountain Student Senate is one that makes a lot of crucial decisions here on campus. For that reason, I believe it it important for all to have some information on who these people are if one doesn’t have the opportunity to talk to them one-on-one. Michael Magnotta: 1.Your major and…

Animal Activism at The State House

By: Forrest Teutsch Excerpt I wrote from the GMC Journal Every so often an opportunity arises at Green Mountain College that one simply cannot pass up because of its rare nature and its ability to act as a networking occasion for the future. This past Tuesday certainly met this criterion as a group of 16…

Banned Books

by Krista Shugart One of the classes I am taking during my Social Justice semester in Tucson (through my eco-league semester) is entitled “Banned Books.” Yesterday our class met and had completed our first book entitled, “Devil’s Highway” by Luis Alberto Urrea. We had a three hour discussion on the book, which was needed as…