The Crossover

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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...

COVID Vaccine Eligibility in Vermont

COVID Vaccine Eligibility in Vermont

Haley Seymour, Editor-in-Chief April 19, 2021

As of Monday, April 19, Vermonters ages 16 and older are eligible to make an appointment to get the COVID vaccination.  Vermont hopes to open vaccine eligibility to college students who live in another...

Photo of Champlain College campus, taken in 2017.

Champlain College Plans to Be Fully In-Person for Fall 2021

Lily Sakaniwa, Staff Writer April 2, 2021

Mar. 10, Champlain College's department of Student Affairs, Diversity, and Inclusion sent an email to the community detailing what they’re calling the “initial plans for fall 2021.” The email briefly...

George (left) and Seith (right) on their trip to pitch for Samsung.

Champlain Students Create App for Running Safety

Haley Seymour, Editor-in-Chief March 30, 2021

Champlain College students Riley Seith (‘22) and Mackenzie George (‘22), marketing majors, have created a new app called “Laces,” promoting running safety. The app includes features like: the ability...

Champlain's International Women's Day Tweets Reveal a Larger Issue

Champlain’s International Women’s Day Tweets Reveal a Larger Issue

Rebecca White, Staff Writer March 29, 2021

On International Women’s Day (IWD), Champlain College and the Women’s and Gender Center sent out tweets for IWD and Champlain’s Wall of Women, a wall in Fireside Lounge where students can nominate...

Student Reporters Deny College’s Media Relations Request

Student Reporters Deny College’s Media Relations Request

Bel Kelly, Associate Editor March 11, 2021

On Feb. 24, Leandre Waldo, director of Client and Media Relations for Champlain College, sent an email to Haley Seymour, student editor-in-chief of the Crossover. Waldo asked that any requests for interviews...

Photo of campus from Library, taken by Haley Seymour in 2019.

Champlain College Declares a Virtual Commencement

Haley Seymour, Editor-in-Chief March 8, 2021

Champlain College will be holding a virtual commencement for the second year in a row on May 15, 2021. Students reacted in several different ways, some being grateful for the safety of the situation,...

Screenshot from the Instagram Live event.

94 People Attend Loud Latinx

Bel Kelly, Associate Editor March 8, 2021

On Saturday, March 6, 94 people attended Loud Latinx, an Instagram livestream hosted by Champlain student Mila Alicea (‘24) and featuring three other Latinx students (from upper left: Alicea, Silvanna...

A promotional image for Loud Latinx, from the Burly Beaver’s Instagram page.

Minority Students Feel Betrayed by Miscommunication

Bel Kelly, Associate Editor March 6, 2021

Saturday, March 6 at 5:00 p.m., Mila Alicea (‘24) and several of her fellow Latina and Latino students are hosting Loud Latinx, an Instagram livestream roundtable to discuss their experience on Champlain’s...

Outside the Fitness Center, taken by Lily Sakaniwa

The Champlain College Fitness Center Is Open

Lily Sakaniwa, Staff Writer March 5, 2021

With the spring semester well underway, the Champlain College Fitness Center has reopened its doors to students and faculty. Under the same guidelines as the previous semester, those who wish to use the...

1.9 Trillion Dollar Covid Relief Plan  Expected to Pass in the U.S. Senate

1.9 Trillion Dollar Covid Relief Plan Expected to Pass in the U.S. Senate

Preston Banas, Staff Writer March 5, 2021

The new COVID relief plan will move forward to pass in the Senate before or on Mar. 14. Here is what the new bill includes and entails according to CNBC: 400 dollar per week unemployment supplement. ...

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