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Studying Abroad: The Scary, The Exciting And Everything In Between

By Olivia Werenski ‘17 / Champlain College News Making the decision to study abroad can make a huge impact on your life. Not only are you committing to spend a semester somewhere where you may not be comfortable or know the language, but you are probably adding to the cost of your college experience. Champlain’s […]

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‘Sweeney Todd’ Play Proves To Be Something To Look Forward To

By:Olivia Werenski ’17/ Champlain News As the spring semester starts, so does the production of another play for the Champlain Theater Club. This season, they will be presenting the eerie horror/comedy/romance “Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street” on  Feb. 21-22 and 27, 28, & March 1 at 8 p.m. in the Alumni Auditorium. […]

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New Chatauqua Event Series Showcases Food and Art

By: Olivia Werenski ‘17/ Champlain College News The Champlain Chautauqua Event Series may have an usual name, but it is grounded in an education movement in the United States, popular in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. The Champlain College Core Division series takes its inspiration from traveling shows, lectures, workshops, or educational institutes […]

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It’s the Finals Countdown

Olivia Werenski ’17/ Champlain College News Finals, a word that can strike fear into the heart of a first-year college student. That is, unless they are prepared, have a plan and take full advantage of the assistance available through the Academic Coaching Center at Champlain College. The Center, located in the Skiff Hall Annex Room […]

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Study: Most states don’t score well on financial literacy

By Valerie Strauss, Washington Post Given the extraordinary amount of debt that Americans wallow in daily, you’d think that teaching financial literacy in school and at home would be a priority. Guess again. A new study on the state of financial literacy programs in public schools ranks only 7 states with an A and 22 […]

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Champlain Student Receives College Women’s Leadership Honors – Rebecca Carlson ‘14 cited for social activism leadership in environmental policies

By Kate Young ’14 / Champlain News BURLINGTON, Vt — Champlain College student Rebecca Carlson ’14, has been selected to receive an honorable mention for the College Women’s Leadership Award, a national award for social activism and political engagement. The award recognizes young women from all over the country who exhibit outstanding leadership skills as […]

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Champlain Busy Beavers – On Air

By Kate Young ‘14 All summer we’re checking in on some of our students and their variety of different summer internships. This week we talked to Jack Carpenter, who is representing Camp Champ at CBS News! Jack Carpenter ’15 CBS 6 News, Albany, New York Jack Carpenter, from Clifton Park, New York, is a Broadcasting […]

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Champlain College Open House

By Kate Young ‘14 Saturday is going to be a busy day on the campus; it’s a Champlain College Open House! At this point there will be about 225 families making their way from seminar to seminar, buying swag at the bookstore and falling in love with the college. Over 700 people will be here […]

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Champlain Busy Beavers – From Films in LA to Startups in Stowe

By Kate Young ‘14 Last week we caught a glimpse of some of the fantastic internships that Champlain students are working on this summer. This week we talked to two more students who are working with people from as close as Stowe and as far as California. Take a look at these two busy beavers! […]

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