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Champlain College Esports Raises Nearly $1,600 for UVM’s Children Hospital

Champlain College Esports Raises Nearly $1,600 for UVM’s Children Hospital

Leoluca

November 14, 2019

This article was originally published by Champlain Arcade. On Friday, November 8th at 8pm until Saturday, November 9th at 8pm, Champlain College Esports hosted the annual Extra Life fundraiser in the Champlain Room. The event kicked off with more than 50 attendees. After a quick check-in, attendees ...

Community Discusses Removal of de Champlain Statue

Community Discusses Removal of de Champlain Statue

Cat Gullotta, Section Editor

November 8, 2019

This past Wednesday, November 6, a forum entitled Let’s Talk About: Samuel de Champlain Statue was held in the Champlain Room from 6:00-8:00pm. Roughly 50 students, faculty, and staff were present at this SGA-run event, as well as Bruce from CPS and Champlain Alumni Chief Stevens of the Abenaki trib...

Two Bikes Stolen From 194 St. Paul Street

Two Bikes Stolen From 194 St. Paul Street

Erika Brown, Cat Gullotta

November 5, 2019

On Saturday, November 2, just after 10:00 pm, an unidentified male broke the locks off two bicycles and took off with them. It happened just outside the lobby of 194 St. Paul Street and was captured on camera. Cat Gullotta, a senior, was an eyewitness to the theft. “My friend was waiting to be let ...

Republican Club Sparks Outrage

Republican Club Sparks Outrage

Crossover Staff

October 31, 2019

On Wednesday, two student members of the Champlain Republican Club were tabling outside of IDX in promotion for their second “Change My Mind” event. They were met with swift backlash from students, staff, and faculty.  “I am deeply disappointed with the actions Champlain has allowed to happe...

Meet Your SGA Representatives

Meet Your SGA Representatives

Cat Gullotta, Section Editor

September 24, 2019

On Friday, September 20, six new elected members of Champlain’s Student Government Association were announced. The election itself was held alongside Late Night Breakfast in the dining hall. When asked what he thought about the event, Junior ITS Representative, Josh Sherman, said, “It’s good b...

Vermont Supports National Cause for Climate Justice

Vermont Supports National Cause for Climate Justice

Cat Gullotta and Gale Proulx

September 24, 2019

Over 100 Champlain students, faculty, and staff walked out of their classrooms, workplaces, and residence halls to join the Burlington Climate Strike. Sarah Cipollini, senior environmental policy major with a minor in social justice, gathered strikers in Rozendaal Courtyard on September 20. Champlain C...

National Search for New President Underway

Gale Proulx, Staff Writer

September 17, 2019

On Tuesday, September 10th, Koya Leadership Partners visited Champlain College to start the search for the college’s new president. Members of the recruiting team, as well as Board of Trustee members, sat down for an hour in Fireside Lounge to meet students to start building an understanding of who w...

Champlain Students March at Vermont Pride

Champlain Students March at Vermont Pride

Sammie Lee Wilhoit, Staff Writer

September 16, 2019

“Hey, hey! Ho, ho! Queerphobia’s got to go!” Champlain College students chanted as they marched down Church Street. Pride flags waved from the sides of buildings. Spectators wrapped in flags and rainbow attire smiled and chanted with the students. Jadah Bearden, a second-year student at Cham...

Coding Error Creates Issues with Student IDs

Coding Error Creates Issues with Student IDs

Cat Butrick, Features Editor

September 5, 2019

Students with redesigned school IDs quickly noticed their inability to access certain campus resources, making orientation, and the first week of classes, more lively than usual this year. “I wanted to go to the gym,” said first-year student, Nicholas Feeney, after trying to swipe into the fi...

Gas Leak at 194 St. Paul Street Apartments

Gas Leak at 194 St. Paul Street Apartments

Erika Brown, Editor in Chief

August 30, 2019

Fire alarms forced students out of their apartments just after 3:30pm on Friday due to a suspected gas leak. The leak also caused several surrounding businesses to evacuate between King and Maple Street. There were no injuries reported. According to the city, a contractor hit a natural gas line servi...

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

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.

Lakeside Shuttle Involved in Minor Accident

Lakeside Shuttle Involved in Minor Accident

Quinn Kanner and Shayna Take

April 17, 2019

At approximately 12:20 p.m., Wednesday, April 17, the new Lakeside shuttle hit another vehicle at the intersection of King Street and South Union Street. According to a student riding the shuttle, a vehicle pulled up at the King Street stop sign as the shuttle made a left turn. The stopped vehicle...