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  • Junger speaks on war and community

    Junger speaks on war and community

    Jacob Greenia

    December 8, 2016

    It can be hard to imagine feeling more comfortable sleeping on the perimeter of a battlefield, a threat of enemy gunfire looming around the clock, than in your bed at home.   Such circumstances, however, can unite a diverse selection of individuals into one “tribe” or community, according... READ MORE »»

    Sebastian Junger

    Jacob Greenia

  • A call to action

    A call to action

    Hunter Mallette

    December 8, 2016

    Local sculptor Sabrina Leonard approached Johnson State College at the beginning of fall with an immensely powerful and timely art idea: a performance piece that would highlight racial inequality, with heavy emphasis on Black Lives Matter.   The show ran from Nov. 14-20, and students and staff... READ MORE »»

    Christa David, “Make Me Wanna Holler The Way They Do My Life”

    Hunter Mallette

  • Gaining strength from adversity

    Gaining strength from adversity

    Jacob Greenia

    December 8, 2016

    “If you are neutral in situations of injustice, you have chosen the side of the oppressor,” one protester attending UVM said through her megaphone, quoting South African social rights activist Desmond Tutu.   The protester, a self-proclaimed proud Jewish woman, stood before a group of 200... READ MORE »»

    Mary Brown-Guillory, President of Champlain Area NAACP

    Jacob Greenia

Campus & Community

SGA reflects on a productive semester

SGA reflects on a productive semester

Ian Major

With a productive fall semester under their belt, members of JSC’s Student Government Association say they hope to carry that momentum into the spring.   Mary Fafard,...  Read More »

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  • Freshmen look forward to further exciting experiences at JSC December 8, 2016
  • Course offering complications December 8, 2016
  • Doyle reflects on senate career December 8, 2016

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Arts & Entertainment

2016’s top 6 albums: diverse new music from veteran artists

2016’s top 6 albums: diverse new music from veteran artists

Jacob Greenia

The year 2016 will be remembered more for its political discord than it will be for a diverse selection of new music. Through all of the static, the unnecessary noise of political...  Read More »

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  • Sanctimonious Sanctum Sacking in Marvel’s “Doctor Strange” December 8, 2016
  • Valhalla Rising: A new addition to reject fridge art December 8, 2016

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Sports

Good omens for snow

Good omens for snow

Ian Major

With opening dates striking the East Coast, skiers and riders took to the hills the day after Thanksgiving to burn off some calories with some snow related recreational fun...  Read More »

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  • Johnson Comes Up Short in Conference Opener December 8, 2016
  • An hour’s struggle for five minutes of pure joy November 10, 2016
  • Setting the new pace November 10, 2016

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Features

Panic, desperation and plot twists: NaNoWriMo through the years

Panic, desperation and plot twists: NaNoWriMo through the years

Cayla Fronhofer

It’s just after midnight and I’m desperately typing out the final hundred words that I need to make my daily count of 1,667. If I finish it before I go to sleep, it still...  Read More »

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  • A cozy tasting at Citizen Cider December 8, 2016
  • An open space for nerding out November 10, 2016
  • Tasty and unique food on the go November 10, 2016
  • VT Digger founder speaks about journalism and pursuing dreams November 10, 2016
  • Anxious? You are not alone November 10, 2016
  • Alcohol and sexual violence October 31, 2016

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Life in Orbit

A little rocky

A little rocky

Hunter Mallette

Mackenzie Brown is from White River, Vermont, and now resides in Hyde Park. She studies theater and technical theater, and is a senior at Johnson State College. Brown has...  Read More »

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  • Like a chocolate Easter bunny November 10, 2016
  • On the cusp of change October 31, 2016
  • Day by day, minute by minute October 13, 2016

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