Slow Food Club

by Krista Lee This past Sunday, GMC students gathered in the farmhouse to make hot pepper jelly. This was one of the first meetings of the semester for Slow Food, a popular club on campus. Slow Food is a famous club at GMC, partially due to the infamous Nude Food Calender that the club creates!…

Intramural Sports at GMC

By: Matthias Baudinet       Recently, the Residence Life Office here at Green Mountain College has taken over the intramural sports event planning. Being a part-time worker in Residence Life, I believe that it is important for GMC students to know about intramural opportunities for students who are interested in participating in some of these…

Galen Cheney: “Maybe Even Joy”

 By: Matthias Baudinet          Galen Cheney, an artist with an extensive biography in terms of where she has exhibited her art work, recently displayed a variety of some of her work at the William Feick Arts Center from September 2nd to September 26th. She displayed 11 pieces of art, mostly oil on…

Consent Play & Discussion

by Krista Lee On Thursday September 18th a little over 100 GMC students gathered in the Gorge to join a conversation about consent. This conversation included a student-led and student-produced play followed by a discussion. The night addressed topics of consent, sexual assault, and communication in an interactive way! Annie Tuthill recorded the performance of the play for us, and…

Peoples Climate March

by Krista Lee Nearly 100 Green Mountain College students gathered to go to the Peoples Climate March in New York City yesterday. We marched with over 400,000 other people demanding climate justice. The Peoples Climate March was on Sunday September 21st, followed by Flood Wall Street on Monday Septemebr 22nd. This march, followed by a…

Wine and Cheese at GMC

By: Matthias Baudinet     Wine and Cheese. These are two things that go together marvelously. Being a wine fanatic myself, I consider wine and cheese two of the most enjoyable and beautiful activities that one can partake in. In France (my nation of birth), wine and cheese are two of the most consumed products…

“Selfie” perpetuates Neoliberalism? – By Seraphina Mallon-Breiman

Generally I’ve found that people in America don’t take life seriously enough until you bring death into the equation. I’ve also found that as Americans, we like to use the phrase “fight” when referencing almost anything. We fight wars, we fight for freedom, we fight cancer – the concept of doing something without violence is…

Taking Tips From Capitol Hill

By: Natalie House  One of my favorite things about being a college student is my opportunity to get involved in all kinds of off-campus events. I’m always surprised by the many real-world doors that open for me and shape me both personally and academically each semester. GMC is a small community with large goals –…

Animal Policy

by Krista Lee   Maggie Ganguly-Kiefner is Junior at Green Mountain College studying Sociology and Anthropology. She is the person who brought the Animal Policy to campus and paved the way for students to have access to Emotional Support Animals. “Emotional Support Animals are companion animals that provides therapeutic benefit, such as alleviating or mitigating…

Women’s Soccer Clinches First Win

  By: Matthias Baudinet     This past weekend the GMC women’s soccer team recorded its first win of the season against Bay Path College. After losing in overtime sudden death in the previous game, Green Mountain was eager to finally put a W in its season record. With lots of freshmen starting the game,…

Border Patrol and US/Mexican Immigration – By Seraphina Mallon-Breiman

This past week, along with the rest of my US/Mexico Border Studies class here at Prescott College during my eco league semester, I had the experience of going to Homeland Security Border Patrol Headquarters and meeting three very nice officers. I got the chance to learn more about border patrol, get to know these men…

Convocation 2014-2015

By: Matthias Baudinet      September 11th, 2014; Green Mountain College officially starts the 2014-2015 academic year and welcomes the Class of 2018. The school officials and faculty also took a brief moment of silence to honor those who lost their lives in the 9/11 terrorist attacks.      The students were guided by the faculty towards…