The Crossover

Vice President Henry Foley learning to shoot an AR-15 with instructor Ciaran Buckley. Photo Location: Laberges Farm

The Champlain Shooting Club Gains Over 70 Members in First Month of Operation

Haley Seymour, Editor in Chief December 8, 2021

The Champlain Shooting Club is a new club on campus in which students learn about gun safety and regulations, as well as attend a gun range biweekly. This has become one of the fastest growing clubs on...

Taking a bagel from the IDX Dining Hall outside. Photo by: Katherine Townsend.

Students Get A Small Taste of Takeout After SGA Approves Changes

Katherine Townsend, Staff Writer November 5, 2021

On Monday, Nov. 1, 2021, the Champlain College Student Government Association announced on Instagram that they, with the approval of Sodexo, had slightly changed the dining hall’s protocol, allowing...

Outside the dining hall in the IDX Student Life building. Photo by Katherine Townsend.

Student Petition Reveals Common Issues with Dining Hall Experience

Katherine Townsend, Staff Writer October 25, 2021

With the extreme amount of change that both students and staff of Champlain College have experienced in the past two years, students on the meal plan want to cling onto some form of stability. One of the...

Benches behind Aiken Hall. Photo: Elizabeth Marando.

Best Outdoor Havens on Campus to Escape the Hustle of College

Elizabeth Marando, Staff Writer October 21, 2021

Returning to in-person learning after being cooped up inside for so long makes Champlain’s outdoor nooks seem much more inviting. Their convenience and uniqueness allow us to experience college in relaxed...

Sunset photo from November 2017.

Office of International Education: Current Status and Plans for the Semester

Rebecca White, Staff Writer October 18, 2021

In March 2020, COVID-19 forced all study abroad students to return home early and finish the remainder of their semester online. The entirety of Champlain College’s study abroad program was put on pause....

Screen shot of the Christian Fellowship portion of the Faith and Spirituality Club page.

Champlain Students Hurt After Hate Speech Incident with Christian Fellowship

Haley Seymour, Editor in Chief October 7, 2021

Friday, Sept. 17, students reported feeling uncomfortable and attacked by members of a church visiting campus on behalf of the Christian Fellowship. The New King Church members made homophobic and transphobic...

Interim President David Finney

Q&A With Interim President, David Finney

Haley Seymour, Editor-in-Chief September 22, 2021

David Finney is currently serving as the interim president at Champlain College. From 2005 to 2014, he took office as the seventh Champlain president. His biggest accomplishments during his presidency...

Photo from @champlainedu on Instagram.

Changes in the Office of International Education: How They Affect Study Abroad

Rebecca White, Staff Writer May 7, 2021

“How are students going to be able to take advantage of Champlain’s well-marketed and inflated study abroad programs if the entire Office of International Education staff has been laid off, but students...

The student-run publication infographics, designed by Parker Derick (Graphic Design and Visual Communication Design, 23).

Center for Publishing, aka “Pub Hub,” Moves Forward

Haley Seymour and Bel Kelly May 3, 2021

Tanya Lee Stone, Professional Writing Program Director, has just completed a semester-long faculty fellowship with the Emergent Media Center, with the primary goal of evaluating and improving the function...

OKane wearing her New School sweatshirt.

Alexa O’Kane: Graduating, Releasing a Book, and Writing Music Reviews

Rebecca White, Staff Writer April 28, 2021

“I wouldn’t say I’m really scared, I feel very ready. Champlain, by the end, definitely makes you feel ready to take on a career; take on whatever the next step is for you,” Alexa O’Kane says...

Photo Credit: Sarique Moore

The Real Cost of Living on Campus During the Pandemic

Abaigael Lebrun, Contributor April 28, 2021

College students across the country are paying more than ever for college - like upwards of 15,000 dollars “more than ever” - but with the coronavirus pandemic causing many typical college experiences...

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...

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