100 years (1914-2014)

  By: Matthias Baudinet       On the 28th of July 1914, the Great War began in Europe and an unprecedented catastrophe took place on the European continent. With over 40 million casualties in total throughout the war, this terrible event is one of the bloodiest wars in history. As young men from European…

Our peoples, Our world – By Seraphina Mallon-Breiman

  Work in the office has become more intense. While I was on vacation, I was appointed to be the head director/facilitator of all evening events during the Youth Assembly as well as spearhead a team of photographers to cover everything. Next week, myself and the other six interns will be taken on our first…

Buying College Textbooks

  By: Matthias Baudinet          Every start of a semester is exciting for any college student. For first years, the anticipated start of a new chapter in one’s life, while also feeling both nervous and happy! For sophomores, juniors, seniors, the need to see old friends and make more unforgettable memories. For…

The World War I Centennial

By: Matthias Baudinet      2014 marks the 100 year anniversary of the First World War. The War to end all wars they called it…obviously that did not turn out as predicted. All over Europe parades, celebrations, festivals, events, etc. are being held in honor of the men that were sent to their deaths by…

Country Music

By: Matthias Baudinet            After living for a few years in Florida, I have become acquainted with country music. I had never before heard or heard of country music before coming to the USA. Though American music is exported to many places around the world, country music is one of those…

Major Paul Carroll: WWII Veteran

  By: Matthias Baudinet    Here in Lake Placid, Florida where I am spending the second-half of my summer, I have gotten the privilege to meet all sorts of unique, interesting, and amazing people. One of them is Paul Carroll, an 88 year old World War II veteran who lives right in the area that…

Matunuck Getaway – By Seraphina Mallon-Breiman

This past weekend I had the opportunity to visit Matunuck, RI for a long weekend to celebrate July 4th and hit the beach with fellow GMC student and rising senior, Keith Torrico. It was so nice to be back with a fellow GMCer and learn the tricks and trades of fishing and clamming! It’s amazing…

Landowners & Vermont Gas Pipeline…happening NOW

by Krista Lee Press Release: Monkton and Cornwall homeowners are currently staging a “knit-in” at Vermont Gas Systems’ headquarters, occupying the main lobby and demanding the company stop tying to scare peaceful protestors and landowners with false allegations and eminent domain. Jane Palmer, Maren Vasatka and Claire Broughton, all of Monkton, and Mary Martin of…

City Vision – By Seraphina Mallon-Breiman

This weekend was filled with a few wonders… one of my best friends, Jess, from home in Woodstock came and visited. We decided that a good way to see the city and more fully understand how to navigate it would be to walk its entire length from top to bottom. Considering Manhattan is an island,…