Champlain Game Academy Helps Students Find Their Creative Direction

By Brendon Johnson ‘16 / Champlain College News BURLINGTON, Vt., — With summer in full swing, many high school students are off working part-time jobs, camping, relaxing, or maybe catching up on the latest video games. But for a group of students from across the country and around the world, spending two weeks at Champlain [...]

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Champlain College Student Brings Passions to Community Garden

Brendon Johnson ’16/ Champlain College News Tucked away next to the Rowell Annex is a community garden that this summer is serving nearly 30 people’s summer vegetable needs. The Champlain Community Garden, founded in 2011, is in answer to numerous requests from students, faculty and staff. The 27 garden plots are located on the southern [...]

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How Is The Class of 2018 Showing Their Champlain Pride?

By:Olivia Werenski ’17/ Champlain College News After the acceptance envelopes were distributed this April, the Class of 2018 has been in a whirlwind of excitement. Here’s a few examples of how the future first year students celebrated their acceptance and started their preparations for the fall.  

Champlain Books Launches Pre-Sale Campaign For First Time Author Tim Brookes

BURLINGTON, VT: First-Time Author by Tim Brookes, director of the Professional Writing Program at Champlain College and author of 13 previous books, is a must-have resource for writers embarking on a first work of fiction or nonfiction. This collection of wisdom comes from Brookes’ own experiences with procrastination, crippling self-doubt, and frustration with the writing [...]

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101 Things To Do This Summer In Burlington (Part 2)

By:Olivia Werenski ‘17/ Champlain College News As summer continues to slip through our fingertips and we are constantly reminded that the school year is around the corner in a few short months, here is the second installment of 101 Things To Do In Burlington This Summer. I, just like many of you, have found days [...]

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