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No, Thanks-giving

We are two days away from Thanksgiving Break. That means classes are not meeting for a week, and students are returning home to spend time with their families, indulge in rich food and watch gridiron football. For most students, it’s a chance to see loved ones and to catch up […]

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Huden helper creates wave of positivity

Tom Kelly has worked in Huden Dining Hall at Castleton University since 2012, when Sodexo was hired to prepare the school’s meals. And how he got here is an interesting story. Sodexo was looking for a morning supervisor and the manager was in the town bank one day, where Kelly’s […]

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Class of 2020 gets social with alumni

The real world is slowly encroaching for seniors as they met with the Alumni Association this past week for the Senior Social. The social was held on Nov. 7 and members of the senior class were able to meet with their peers and spend some time together before walking across […]

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The Outing Club is making a comeback

You walk outside in the crisp autumn air. The leaves paint a picture of abstract colors, making the world vibrant. There’s a chilly breeze as the smell of chimney smoke surrounds you. You’re breathing in the fresh air of the outdoors. It’s calm. Life is good. At Castleton University, this […]

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How to avoid a parking ticket

In the first two months of this academic year, there were 860 parking tickets written on campus by Public Safety. However, this doesn’t mean all 860 tickets were collected. There are ways you can prevent yourself from receiving a parking ticket on campus and ways to avoid paying if you […]

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Famed photographer shows work in Rutland

Dona Ann McAdams, an acclaimed photographer and social justice activist, came to the Rutland Free Library last Wednesday to discuss a collection of her work as part of a Vermont Humanities Council First Wednesday event. The talk featured McAdams’ own personal stories behind a collection of photographs spanning 45 years […]

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CU earns grant for stronger programs

Last month, Castleton University was awarded a Title III grant for $2.25 million by the United States Department of Education. The grant falls under the Strengthening Institutions Program. This program is in place to help colleges expand their resources, increase student success and address student’s needs. Of schools that apply […]

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First-years feel stress from registration

First-year students have officially gone through their first registration and have now felt the stress older students know all too well Pressures of registration for first-years lies in the deadly reminder to have back-up classes — for their back-up classes. Also, to plan to stay awake until midnight to have […]

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Students: fitness center needs serious improvement

CU Professor Andy Weinberg has been at Castleton University for 10 years and hasn’t seen one thing change in the Glenbrook fitness center. “With the exception of the Nordic machine attached to the wall in the back near the stationary bikes, I’ve seen zero improvements in ten years. I hate […]

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Underdog playoff run comes to an end

The women’s soccer team’s season came to a close on Nov. 7 when they lost in the Little East Conference Semifinals against the four-time defending champion Colonials of Western Connecticut State 3-1. Head coach Chris Chapdelaine knew it wasn’t going to be an easy matchup but was pleased with his […]