Author Archives: Sara Martin

Game Art and Animation and Where You Can Take It

Photo by Steve Mease By Sara Martin ‘18 Champlain College News Nick Comeau is a recent 2016 Graduate with a Bachelors in Game Art and Animation. He mainly focused in on Environmental Art in his last year here, which ultimately lead him to his internship as a Junior Environment Artist. What is your internship? I’m […]

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What Will We Ever Do When it Rains?

  Photo by Sara Martin By Sara Martin ‘18/ Champlain News Burlington is a real people place. A people place where everyone ultimately gathers towards Lake Champlain – a palette of different water frontier’s that offers a new outlook on the mountains from every different park that you choose. But even a place so heavenly […]

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Freeman Foundation Grant Program and the Most Rewarding Internship in the World

By Sara Martin ‘18 / Champlain College News Bianca Roa is an upcoming junior at Champlain College. She is studying Marketing with Integrated Advertising. She is on the leadership board and a Charter Member of the Stiller Women in Business. Right now she is interning in China as a part of the Freeman Foundation Grant […]

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Publicly Relating and the Push to Succeed

by Sara Martin ’18/ Champlain News Will Lanthier ‘18 is a junior at Champlain College studying Public Relations with a specialization in marketing. This summer he is interning at the Burlington City Arts Center on Church Street Marketplace in Burlington. What is your internship? I’m currently interning at Burlington City Arts (BCA) as the Communications […]

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A Camera Woman with a Plan

By Sara Martin ’18/ Champlain News Kendall Dinsmore ‘18 is a film major with a concentration in writing in the Communications and Creative Media Division. This summer she is Interning through the Champlain College Emergent Media Center (EMC) and also working with the Vermont Agency of Natural Resources. Could you describe your internship? I have […]

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The Music Scene Expansion for College Kids in Burlington

By Sara Martin ’18/ Champlain News Some people might categorize Burlington, Vermont as something smaller than a city because it’s not sizable compared to NYC or Boston. It seems odd to call it a city because these places are generally and extremely busy. However, this idea gets proved wrong quickly from all of the events […]

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