Cutting geology does not rock

When Castleton alumni Gustav Semanchik graduated with a bachelor’s degree in geology, he said he was more than prepared to take on the career he had chosen.  “I received such a wealth of knowledge and skills that I not only used practically while I was attending but also in my […]


‘Rocketbooks’ to be given to undergrad students

Castleton University’s Student Government Association has found a way to give back to students after a year of limited activity and COVID regulations — and they’re called Rocketbooks.  A Rocketbook is a type of tablet that essentially acts as a smart notebook, allowing the user to write notes, upload them, […]

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New technology across CU campus

  Castleton University has upgraded its classrooms with new technology in light of virtual and hybrid learning due to the coronavirus pandemic.  On Feb. 11, James Lambert shared an email  with Castleton students, faculty, and staff announcing a new telepresence classroom in the library, detailed with high-tech cameras, microphones, speakers, […]

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Coaches coping with COVID

Castleton University winter sports got back to some type of normality, but the coaches say it’s anything but normal.  Between quarantine housing and seasons getting cancelled, coaches at Castleton say they are doing their best to adapt to the circumstances.  Safety has become the number one priority for most coaches […]

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What does merger mean for CU?

Castleton University is facing major changes in the coming semesters after the Vermont State Colleges System Board of Trustees officially voted in favor of the controversial merger of three of its subsidiary universities.  Passed on Feb. 22,  the proposal was originally developed by the Select Committee on the Future of […]