Wonderful events in GMC!

Zero Wasting Workshop of 2016 This workshop managed by the Sustainability office taught students about the mission of living a zero waste lifestyle. In order to live a zero waste lifestyle, we need to reduce our impact on earth. First, there are some free cookies which students made with leftover apples from apple cider making,…

Happiness around GMC :)

Green Mountain College is a place where happiness begins. From every corner, you will see happy faces on people’s face. It is a great place to be at because finding a place where you can laugh all day long is not easy. At GMC, I find my comedy life which I enjoyed since the first…

Earth Week

by Binh Bui I was in the Easter Break last weekend, and I realized that it was the first time I could not wait for the break to be over. You may ask if my brain still operates properly. Of course, it functions well. Like other college students, I want six-month vacation, twice per year….

101 Ways to Celebrate Valentine’s Day at GMC

By Binh Bui’14 I guess I don’t have to inform you that last Friday was Valentine’s Day. Hope you had a nice one. At GMC, I saw red color, chocolate, and flowers everywhere (You may argue that it wasn’t everywhere; well, in that case, it would be every place around GMC and Poultney I could…

Winter Break Study Abroad – Nepal 2014: Interview with Katrina Goebel

By Binh Bui’14 Last winter break, thirteen GMC students, accompanied by prof. Mark Dailey (Anthropology Department) and Vice President of Student Life Joe Petrick, took a 22-day trip to Nepal to explore the unique culture and environment of this country. After hearing many interesting stories about the trip, such as visiting the living goddess, climbing…

Annual GMC Community Craft and Bake Sale! By Krista Shugart

Today was the second annual GMC Community Craft and Bake Sale. It was located in Withey Lobby from 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. It was a place where students, staff, and faculty could sell their handmade items to the GMC community. This was a great way to support the community and buy locally made items while getting…

GMC freshman in “Madwoman of Chaillot” by Binh

    It was two weeks since “Madwoman of Chaillot” by Jean Giroudoux presented in the GMC Theater Program. I was personally very impressed with the way actors and actresses remade it. Although the context of original play placed in 1943 of Paris, they translated it to the current Occupy Wall Street movement. In addition, visual…