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Castleton student publishes book of poetry

Taryn Van Guilder is a junior English major at Castleton University. Her poetry book “Hold On,” which was published in September 2020, can be found on Amazon. She plans to continue writing in the future and is currently working on more poetry and a fiction series. Q. What made you […]

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How Gamestop went to the moon

  Over the last few months, a struggling stock has gone from mere ashes to the biggest investment outlier in modern history. How is this possible you may ask? Well, it’s not, according to investment theories. What we were seeing was a great example supply and demand. A stock is […]

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Prison reform curbs systematic injustice

On the morning of Jan. 26, President Joe Biden signed an executive order that effectively called on the Department of Justice to nullify any future contracts with private prisons. The order is one of the many aimed at addressing systemic racism in the United States and will terminate agreements with […]

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COVID-19 brings changes and a new passport

With the return to campus for the spring semester at Castleton, students and faculty are bearing witness to big changes.  COVID-19 has created a very different atmosphere here on campus than many students are used to.  One of the largest changes entering the spring semester is the Castleton Passport. The […]

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Q + A with SGA president Pat Lucey

Q. What major goals do you have for SGA this season? How will you achieve these goals? A. Major goals that I have for SGA this season include fully representing the student body here at Castleton. What I mean by this is to have the students’ best interests in mind. […]

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Q&A – Dean Galle

Gillian Galle is an associate academic dean at Castleton University. She grew up in New York, went to school in New Hampshire, and taught in New York City before living in Vermont. After many years as a mathematics professor, she has moved up to an administrative position helping teachers with […]

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Covid Chronicles: Raging through pandemic

This is the latest installment of the Covid Chronicles blog from a Castleton University Media Writing class detailing students’ experiences during the pandemic. Rage. A feeling I know all too well. I like to think of myself as a relatively normal mood kinda dude. I laugh at too many unfunny […]