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Places to be, things to see

Places to be, things to see

Friday January 29, 2016 Speed Blizzard The ski team races 13 New England teams at Stowe Winter Carnival at 9 a.m. Catch a glimpse of Brad Farrell, Guillaume Grand, Meggane Grand, Mary Joyce, and other Purple Knights carve the mountain. Poetry ALIVE A Burlington-wide competition with guest poets, in past […]

Students continue to wait for Xfinity boxes

Students continue to wait for Xfinity boxes

After months of waiting, students still have no access to the Xfinity boxes that Comcast promised St. Michael’s College early last semester. These boxes, which were originally to be sold for $40 at the campus bookstore, would allow students to watch all of the same content they could normally access […]

Oh the places you’ll go…

Oh the places you’ll go…

Up to 40 percent of St. Michael’s students decide to study abroad each year. This semester there are 80 students abroad in approximately 32 countries, some students doing multi-country programs and a handful doing study away programs within the United States. But for those who have returned and those thinking […]

Harmony on Campus

Harmony on Campus

Amidst the hectic schedules of classes, homework, and projects, students of all classes and majors gather in the upstairs classroom of the McCarthy Arts Center and fill the air with their voices, which create the brilliant unified sound of sweeping chords, and infectious melodies. A cappella singing is a group […]

All the pieces of art featured at the Burlington City Arts center are from Vermont artist Tom Cullins. His exhibition will run until Jan. 16, 2016. Courtesy of Burlington City Arts

Burlington City Arts: Celebrating a Vermont great

By Lindsey Garland For five decades, Tom Cullins, 73, has conceptualized buildings and searched for details within the world that can abstract reality. While walking around The Burlington City Arts (BCA) Center, he points out some of his more notable pieces of work that are currently on display. His Barre […]

Neil Young and Crazy Horse perform at Zollhafen/Nordmole-Mainz in Mainz, Germany July 28, 2014. Young is an anti-GMO advocate and is currently boycotting Starbucks coffee for its connection to a lawsuit against the state of Vermont's GMO labeling law. Photo courtesy of Takahiro Kyonovia via Flickr.

No Starbucks pumpkin spice lattes for Neil Young

Kyle Roberson, a Starbucks fiend, now thinks twice before getting his daily cup of coffee after learning of rock star Neil Young’s boycott on Starbucks products through a group that has filed a lawsuit against the state of Vermont’s new genetically modified organisms (GMO) labeling law. Roberson is an alias […]