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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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Champlain College Holds 13th Graduate Hooding and Commencement Ceremony

By Shannon Turgeon ‘17/Champlain College News Champlain College’s 13th Graduate Hooding and Commencement Ceremony was held on Friday, May 20, 2016, under a tent behind Roger H. Perry Hall on Champlain College’s campus. A Graduate Open House Reception was held the night before on May 19 in the Perry Presentation Room, where degree recipients and […]

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Champlain Students Honored at Annual Trustee Dinner

The annual Graduating Seniors and Board of Trustees Dinner was held at Champlain College on April 2. The event, held in Argosy Gym, celebrates the accomplishments of graduating seniors and begins the official countdown to graduation day on May 9. Along with networking time with deans, faculty and trustees, the evening featured student speakers from […]

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Dear Class of 2018,

Congrats! You did it! You made those four years of high school worth it, through the drama, the laughs, and the nights of deep thinking about where your life is going to end up. Trust me, we’ve all had those. So now, you’ve got to get ready for a big change. Your freshman year is […]

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14 Creative Ways to Say ‘Thank You’

by Kayla Hedman ’14 / Champlain College News In the days leading up to graduation, in honor of the Class of 2014, here are 14 fun ways to show kindness to those who have made attending Champlain College possible. These gifts of gratitude are also great ideas for underclassmen to share with those who made […]

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Are you Suffering from Graduitis?

By Kayla Hedman ’14 / Champlain College News Upon returning from spring break, first-year students are eager to plan their first summers in Burlington, sophomores are organizing their study abroad adventures for next fall, juniors are more than ready to be seniors, and the big dogs are applying for jobs, hearing back from graduate schools, […]

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And So It Begins…

By Kate Young ‘14 It was July 31st, a warm summers day, the same as so many before it. Rising college seniors were still in their vacation mindset, lounging at the beach, working odd jobs, mindlessly scrolling through various social media sites, all putting the thoughts of the upcoming school year out of their minds. […]

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