Vermont Comedy Club: Learning to Laugh and Run a Nightclub

Will Lanthier ’18 / Champlain College News Natalie Miller and Nathan Hartswick have built their lives around making others laugh. Only hours after their wedding ceremony in 2011, the pair announced their plans on opening Sparks Art. With the mission to offer high-quality, affordable classes in comedy, theater and music to students of all ages, […]

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Event Recap: Green Mountain Games Fest

By: Olivia Werenski ‘17/ Champlain College News Another successful event in the books! A few weekends ago, before the trick-or-treating, more than 100 guests found themselves drawn into the Argosy Gym for this year’s Green Mountain Game Festival. All part of the game development program here at Champlain, this year’s fest featured 24 indie games, most […]

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COR 330- Your Passport To Success

By: Olivia Werenski ‘17/ Champlain College News If you’re finding yourself in the mood for a change, look no further. As part of your COR 300 requirement for junior year, or if you have room for an elective, core classes with a travel component will be offered for the upcoming spring semester- but with a […]

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High Temperatures Are No Match for Rail Jam

  Will Lanthier ’18 / Champlain College News Burlington, Vermont is known for its cold winters and frigid fall temperatures. However, this past Friday, Nov. 6, student-run organization Champlain Ski and Ride Club was faced with a problem unusual to the time of year. With temperatures nearly in the 70s and scattered rain showers the […]

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Five Things Champlain Students Should Be Thankful For

Will Lanthier ‘18 / Champlain College News With Halloween come and gone, many people have switched their mindset from carving jack-o-lanterns to putting up the tree or setting the menorah. With all the holiday excitement on the horizon some may forget there is Thanksgiving right around the corner. Thanksgiving isn’t just the time of the […]

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