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Mango Languages: Your Free Passport

By: Olivia Werenski ‘17/ Champlain College News While taking a peak of Champlain’s library homepage, I noticed something small off to the side. It had a photo and the title of “Studying Abroad Soon?” Actually, yes. I planned to study abroad in Dublin during spring semester of my upcoming year. This sparked my curiosity. It […]

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Dig Out And Warm Up This Friday at Speak Easy!

A note from Craig Pepin Come thaw out this Friday (2/6) in the Fireside Lounge between 1 and 3 pm, with fresh coffee, snacks and the finest conversations on campus. Share your stories of the cold and the “exciting” driving conditions, catch up on the Oscar guessing, help find a solution to the war in […]

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My Time At The Flynn: The Lovesong Of R. Buckminster Fuller Review

By: Olivia Werenski ‘17/ Champlain College News My Aesthetic Expressions class is the best. It’s full of interesting and unique commentary on these amazing sculptures, or learning the context around why certain people painted certain  things. It really makes you think. Earlier this semester,, as part of my class and as part of a cool […]

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‘Don’t Fool Yourself Girl’ Workshop Coming Up

By:Olivia Werenski ’17/Champlain News On March 25, an interactive workshop titled “Don’t Fool Yourself Girl” will take place in the Hauke Conference room at 6pm. This workshop is meant to be an exploration of how women are invited by the media and cultural expectations to judge themselves, as well as to compete and compare themselves […]

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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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Better Than The Notebook: The Endless Love Story of Chauncey and Charlotte

By: Olivia Werenski ‘17/ Champlain College News     All it took was one look. Chauncey T. Beaver and Charlotte Beaver met on the Senior 2013 cruise across Lake Champlain last summer, the event that sparked the romance that would make Champlain’s mascot Chauncey and Charlotte the Champlain power couple they are now. Some say it […]

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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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Musical Films Screening Series

By: Olivia Werenski ’17/ Champlain College News Champlain College will be showcasing 12 musical films during the spring semester, as a way for the Champlain community to connect and meet people with a shared intrest in film. This event is free and takes place weekly on most Wednesdays. MUSICAL FILMS SCREENING SERIES Champlain College 5:45 p.m. […]

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Vermont: A Sample or Two Can Stretch Your Food Budget

By: Kate Young ‘14 So you’re a college student living in Burlington for the summer. Summer job paychecks haven’t exactly started rolling in yet. The first months’ rent payment is coming up. The only thing left in your fridge is some butter and one egg. You’re hungry,  bored,  broke and sad. What now? I’ll tell […]

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