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Summer Report: Burlington Faces High Air Quality Index

Kelley Lebahn, Editor in Chief June 25, 2023

Burlington's Air Quality Index (AQI) reached an all-time high of 202 as of 8 PM Sunday causing a dark orange sun and grey haze to settle over South Burlington. Because of this, it is recommended that residents...

Five disposable masks with a black background.

Champlain Issues Newest Covid-19 Policy Update

Haley Seymour, Editor in Chief April 26, 2023

The Office of Student Affairs, Diversity, and Inclusion issued a statement to the Champlain community on Monday, Apr 24 on changes to Covid-19 policies. They claimed that over the course of the pandemic,...

Students in COR 104 Make Friends Outside the Classroom

Students in COR 104 “Make Friends” Outside the Classroom

Amanda Woods, Staff Writer March 29, 2023

When coming to college, most people look forward to meeting new people and using it as a time to make new friends. Now, students will be able to do just that. Throughout the remainder of the spring semester,...

ChatGPTs Influence in College Settings

ChatGPT’s Influence in College Settings

Kelley Lebahn, Staff Writer March 24, 2023

On Feb. 16, 2023, an email was sent to the students of Vanderbilt University regarding the recent mass shooting at Michigan State University. In the email, the Peabody Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion...

Photo from Champlain Colleges The View.

Champlain to Celebrate Global Women’s Education March 8th

Brigid Barry, Staff Writer March 7, 2023

Champlain College is holding an event on Mar. 8 for  International Women’s Day, emphasizing the importance of education on the young female mind.  International Women’s Day celebrates women and...

Author Sheila Liming and her book Hanging Out.

Hanging Out with Sheila Liming: Discussing the Author’s Newest Book

Kelley Lebahn, Staff Writer March 2, 2023

When looking at the college experience, evenings in a common room surrounded by friends just passing time are often overlooked moments. Professor Sheila Liming claims these moments may even be happening...

The courtyard at the beginning of the student-led walkout in spring 2022.

Champlain-Administered Survey Shows Lack of Confidence in College’s Ability to Handle Sexual Misconduct

Haley Seymour, Editor in Chief February 16, 2023

In March 2022, Champlain College students received an email from the Title IX office asking them to participate in a Culture of Consent survey. The email explained that in addition to existing reporting...

New Digital Humanities Major Coming to Champlain in Fall 2024

New Digital Humanities Major Coming to Champlain in Fall 2024

Haley Seymour, Editor in Chief February 15, 2023

QUEERING THE MAP is an online mapping platform for members of the LGBTQ+ community to share their experiences in relation to physical space. Each location symbol has a story, whether it’s as simple as...

A plaque in McDonald Hall. Photo from Champlain College Flickr.

McDonald Hall: Renovated with Focus on Sustainability and Historic Preservation

Kelley Lebahn, Staff Writer February 13, 2023

Any student walking on Champlain’s campus has inevitably passed the ornate building on the corner of Willard and Maple. However, for the last eight months, the building has been trapped behind construction...

Photo from Extra Life 2021. Photo by: Logan Potvin-Hall

Champlain Esports Raises Money for Extra Life Charity Event

Amanda Woods, Staff Writer December 8, 2022

Students filled Champlain’s esports facility Nov. 11 through Nov. 13 to participate in the center’s Extra Life charity event. During the course of the weekend, donations were collected to support the...

Campus photo by Haley Seymour (23).

SGA Makes Changes to Improve Communication with Students

Haley Seymour, Editor in Chief December 1, 2022

Champlain’s Student Government Association (SGA) hosted a forum on Nov. 2 to explain and accept questions from students regarding several updates to their overall processes and governing documents. These...

Complete Your Application for Student Loan Forgiveness

Complete Your Application for Student Loan Forgiveness

Haley Seymour, Editor in Chief November 1, 2022

In August, the Biden Administration announced its goal to forgive between $10,000 and $20,000 of federal student loan debt for low-to-middle income borrowers. The application is currently open, and even...

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