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Photo taken at Black Lives Matter protest in Montpelier, VT.

Center for Community and Social Justice Arises at Champlain College

Haley Seymour, Editor-in-Chief November 19, 2020

Social justice is a hotspot in the country at the moment, between Black Lives Matter protests and pleading for people to follow Covid-19 rules. Champlain College is introducing a new Center for Community...

Group Picture of All the Models After a Successful Show

“Drippin’ in Melanin” Fashion Show is a Hit

Cat Gullotta, Section Editor February 21, 2020

In honor of Black History Month, Shades of Me—Champlain’s womxn of color affinity group—hosted a fashion show entitled “Drippin’ in Melanin” on Saturday, February 16, from 6:00-8:30pm in the...

Interpreting the World Through Art: CREM Senior Show

Gillian English, Editor in Chief May 3, 2019

When you think of Creative Media, a number of different things come to mind. After all, the Creative Media (CREM) major is something completely unique and original to Champlain College. It allows students...

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Champlayers to Perform The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged)

Quinn Kanner, News Editor April 19, 2019
Champlain’s student-run drama club, The Champlayers, will be performing “The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged) at 7:00 p.m., Friday, April 19, and Saturday, April 20 in Alumni Auditorium.

Grit ‘N Wit

Jenna Misra, Visual Content Coordinator April 17, 2019

On Sunday, April 14 from 1:00–3:00 p.m., Champlain's Student Engagement Team hosted Grit 'N Wit, an obstacle course competition comprised of a mix of physical and mental challenges.

Meet the Candidates: Spring 2019 SGA Election

Quinn Kanner, News Editor March 26, 2019
Voting starts on March 26 for Champlain College's 2019–2020 SGA officers and representatives. Get to know who's running!
Chuck Chauncey?: Six Students Answer Three Questions About our Buck-Toothed Buddy

Chuck Chauncey?: Six Students Answer Three Questions About our Buck-Toothed Buddy

Rachael Elmy, Staff Writer March 21, 2019

Chauncey the Beaver is a unique mascot. The buck-toothed being doesn’t exactly strike fear in those who look upon him. We see him walking around during Orientation or Spirit Week and we wonder how we...

Jim Ellefson (courtesy of Champlain College)

Screen Reading Breaks Boundaries and Brings Students Together

Ben Siegal, Contributing Writer February 28, 2019

“We call it the Screening-Reading. Because if you say it ten times fast, it sounds like ‘Screaming Reading’” — Jim Ellefson Something is bubbling in the creative waters of Champlain College,...

Internship Hardships: Federal Intervention Creates Complexity

Internship Hardships: Federal Intervention Creates Complexity

Shannon Ripp, Contributing Writer February 1, 2019

The federal government plays a larger role in whether or not you get paid for your internship than you may know. As a college student, you’re expected to complete at least one internship during your...

photo by Jenna Misra

Tips for Surviving This Winter

Rachael Elmy, Staff Writer November 27, 2018

Let’s be honest here: Vermont is cold. There are no ifs, ands, or buts about it. You will get numb toes, a runny nose, and chapped lips. However, there are simple ways to combat the cold. Yoga Pants...

Champlain College's Eco Rep Team

A Green Campus

Hansel Carter IV, Contributing Writer November 19, 2018

Burlington, Vermont is consistently named as one of the “greenest” cities in the United States. Champlain College, and the culture their students have created, have had a significant impact on those...

Fall ‘Fits

Emma Katz and Jess Schultz November 19, 2018

Autumn is the season of amazing fashion, so we went on a walk around campus to find some classic, fashion-forward, and creative fall outfits. We took photos to highlight these ‘fits and the details that...

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