Men’s Basketball

By: Matthias Baudinet          During pre-season the men’s Basketball team was deemed to have a lot of potential. With new coach Anthony Leonelli, the men’s team recruited a number of new players to challenge the other teams in the NAC. With the fresh recruits, coaches from other NAC teams have estimated that…

Lan Tran’s A Delicate Balance Project

     By: Matthias Baudinet            On December 3rd, Lan Tran 14′ held her Delicate project called: 3 Minute Presentation, A Celebration of Student Research. The research presentations were held in the East Room and had a judging panel composed of Dr. Jen Sellers, Dr. Meriel Brooks, Dr. Matthew Osborn, and…

Annie’s Super Helpful Tips For Surviving Finals

So, it is almost that time of the semester again when sweatpants become a integral part of your outfit and mental breaks are scarily frequent; that’s right folks, it is almost finals time. Although finals are almost always stressful and terrible, there are ways to make it better.  So, I give you my ten tips…

Enjoying A Snow Day

By Natalie House In the past few days, Poultney has gotten almost a foot of snow! With snow comes the end of the semester and the start of the holiday season. Students and faculty are enjoying festivities around this time of year like the holiday dinner, winter play, and midnight breakfast. The blanket of snow…

Student Project

by Krista Lee GMC students Owen Tatum and Lily Schulte engaged GMC this semester by giving students social justice prompts of the day for a week in December. This idea came out of a class that Vance Jackson teaches called “Multicultural and Diversity Awareness” that was offered this semester. After a unit of social justice…

The Kombucha Culture

Kombucha. It’s a word just about as common as “sustainable” or “GMO” here at Green Mountain College. Just about everyone you talk to; students and professors alike have drank or do drink this fermented beverage. But what exactly is it, and why is it so popular in the GMC culture? Well, I, investigative journalist extraordinaire,…

ES & COM: A Perfect Pair

By Natalie House I just recently completed a video project on GMC’s biomass plant – I was lucky enough to be able to interview Ken and Joe Gagnon (pronounced “Gone-Yah”) at their lumber mill in Pittsford, VT. The Gagnon family has been in the lumber industry since 1858, when Joe’s grandfather, who had traveled to…

Classes at GMC: Inside View of Anthropology of Contemporary China

By: Matthias Baudinet Being a Anthropology/Sociology minor here at Green Mountain College, I have taken many interesting classes. Studies in Anthropology/Sociology allow humans to better understand not only the contemporary world around them, but also the many different types of humans and their respective cultures. The human race has so many variations that it is…

Prisoner Rights Project

 by Krista Lee Activism@GMC is one of the most popular clubs on campus and is open and inclusive to the entire campus community, as are all of our events. Activism@GMC runs by focus groups this year, which means that there are a series of groups that meet outside of meeting times to organize events, workshops,…

Women’s Invisible Battles – By Seraphina Mallon-Breiman

Lately I’ve been thinking a lot about the fact that women are fighting a perpetual, invisible, battle with the historically ingrained characteristics that attempt to define them. The mannerisms and routines that have been passed down to us from women for centuries still filter into our present day thoughts and actions. This filters into women’s…