by Seraphina Mallon-Breiman This past Friday night, three GMC students students Luz Guel, Martha Howe, and Rosemary Connelli worked together to put on one of the most beautifully powerful art shows I have seen as of yet in my college career here. Their artist statement was: Diversity: Overcoming StereotypesThe purpose of this exhibit is to … More Diversity: Overcoming Stereotypes Exhibit in Surdam
By Seraphina Mallon-Breiman This past weekend, Green Mountain College held their annual Spring Concert and co-existing day of festivities! With the schedule as following: 3:30pm-7:30pm Jousting, mechanical bull riding, a rock wall, and trampoline bungee. Cree Parking Lot and Moses Lawn. 4:30-6:00pm Barbecue Cree Lawn 4:30-7:00pm Tony Trischka Territory featuring special guests Sarah Middlefeldt and … More Spring Concert: Moon Hooch!
by Krista Lee Eleanor Tison is a professor for the Sociology/Anthropology and Sustainable Agriculture Program here at GMC as well as a loved and active community member of Poultney. This semester as an extension of the Food Justice class she is teaching, Eleanor created a Food Justice Documentary Film Series that happens every other week … More Eleanor Tison & The Social Justice Film Series
by Krista Lee On Monday April 20th, Dan Fagin was the Spring 2015 speaker as a part of the Benson Lecture Series. This was the 9th year of the Benson Series, and was named after a past GMC president from 1994-2002, Thomas L. Benson, who served our community for 8 years and was an important part … More Benson Series: Pulitzer Prize Winner Dan Fagin
By: Natalie House Susanne Claxton is a well-loved faculty member on campus. Her class “Body & Being” is very popular among students because it incorporates belly dance with philospohical lecture. The class was created by Susanne soon after she started teaching in the fall of 2008, and is the first course of its kind in … More Congratulate Susanne Claxton!
By: Matthias Baudinet As a Sociology/Anthropology minor, I have taken many classes with Professor Mark Dailey. In my experience here at Green Mountain College, the courses that I have had with Mark are some of the most memorable ones–he makes his classes interesting, engaging, and truly captivating. While Mark is a … More Faculty Profile: Mark Dailey, PhD
An inside look into the plays that took place this weekend!
Rommy Fuller decided to come to teach Education at GMC after working in public education, but wanting to be able to affect more change educationally than she felt she could working with one small group of children each year. She said, “It was a tough decision to leave those students but it’s been profoundly fulfilling … More Faculty Profile: Rommy Fuller – By Seraphina Mallon Breiman
By: Matthias Baudinet From April 6th to April 8th the Spring 2015 Student Senate elections took place. There were only 8 qualified candidates that officially announced their candidature for a position on the 2015-2016 Student Senate. There were only two positions where there was a contested race between multiple candidates. The … More Student Senate Elections
By: Matthias Baudinet -“I decided to come to Green Mountain College for a number of reasons. I went to an agricultural high school Massachusetts where I studied forestry and natural resource management. When it came time to apply colleges I wanted to knew that I’d be looking at schools that cared about not … More Lauren Ainsworth: “Why did I come to GMC?”