Monthly Archives: June 2014

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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Two Major Gift Officers Join Champlain College

By Olivia Werenski ‘17 / Champlain College News BURLINGTON, Vt.- The Champlain College Office of Advancement has announced two new senior gifts officers, Chris Bernier and Sarah McLane, have joined the team. Prior to joining Champlain, Bernier spent four years as the director of marketing and development at Special Olympics Vermont.  He holds a B.S. […]

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Another Busy Summer of Construction on Campus

Brendon Johnson ’16 / Champlain College News As the summer of changes is well underway there are multiple construction projects expanding Champlain College’s facilities. Work is proceeding on schedule for one of the college’s largest projects, the new 75,000 square foot Communications and Creative Media (CCM) building.  The large excavation downslope from Hauke  is being […]

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From New Hampshire To Russia: One Student’s Journey To Self Discovery

By:Olivia Werenski ’17/ Champlain College News What if your whole life, you knew something about you was different. A part of you, what you are made of, was missing? Growing up in Bedford, New Hampshire, David Schunk, a sophomore at Champlain College, knew he was adopted, but never thought about diving into his real story, […]

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