By Seraphina Mallon-Breiman This past Monday night concluded the final workshop in the Social and Academic Workshop series, my own personal Delicate Balance Project. This workshop focused on Public Speaking and was led by student Yasmeen Najeebi, Director of Res Life Luke Krueger and professor Bill Throop. The beginning of this workshop was run virtually! Student … More Last Workshop in Series: Public Speaking !
By: Jenna Ring Coalition for Students of Color one of the very active clubs currently on campus, held a wonderful discussion panel this week. The panel was on the topic of Environmental Racism. The panel was held my three GMC students Yaz Najeebi, KC Martel and, Jesse Brekelbaum. The information shared at the panel was … More We Want Change!
By Anne Tuthill This is the first video in a series called “Student Sustainability Series”. It is a video that highlights a student at GMC that has done a lot towards sustainability in their own lives, or in the community. Carl Diethelm is a sophomore at Green Mountain College, studying REED. Around campus, he is … More Sustainability Story Carl Diethelm
By Seraphina Mallon-Breiman This past Monday was the 5th workshop in my Delicate Balance ‘Social and Academic Workshop Series’: centering on understanding how to write policy and led by GMC senior Salima Mohamadou and GMC administrator Bianca Zanella. This workshop centered around being able to write a policy and resolution that works- and understanding all sides … More Policy Writing! Workshop Series Update #5
By: Jenna Ring Green Mountain College’s theatre department put on The Laramie Project, this past weekend. The Laramie Project is a true story about an awful and unimaginable hate crime that took place in Laramie, Wyoming in 1998. Member of the Tectonic Theatre Project, of New York City, put the play together. The play is … More Small Town, Big Story: The Laramie Project
By; Jenna Ring Over the past month The Experimental Drawing art class at Green Mountain College, has been participating in the Sumi Ink Project. The Sumi Ink Club was established in 2005 in Los Angeles, California. The intent is to open up large spaces to the public … More The Sumi Ink Project
By Seraphina Mallon-Breiman Last monday, GMC Senior and previous NMUN Head Delegate Allan Coutinho led a workshop on negotiation tactics within both life and debate. Allan creatively designed an exercise based on fictional countries that were in conflict with each other and then assigned everyone in the room to three separate countries. Each team was … More Negotiation Workshop – Series Update #4!
In this 4th episode of GMC Jams, Andrew Bullard plays Cold Rain and Snow by Del McCoury. If you would like to be featured on GMC Jams please contactJames.firstname.lastname@example.org@greenmtn.edu
By Seraphina Mallon-Breiman Last weekend, the GMC frisbee team The Flying Squirrels played their annual home tournament against four local college and university teams from 9am to 5pm last Saturday! Due to the fact that the game landed on the same day as Halloween, and with consideration of the goofy and spirited group of teammates, … More Flying Squirrels Frisbee Tournament!
By: Jenna Ring This week Green Mountain College students are doing it in the dark! And by that I mean The Sustainability Office on campus is hosting a week wide event. The idea is to cut down our use of electricity and also save energy. Do it in the Dark is … More We can do It! In the Dark.