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Transgender issues gain more media prominence

Transgender issues gain more media prominence

Jacob Greenia

When Christine Hallquist stepped into her office at the Vermont Electric Cooperative in Johnson on Dec. 2, 2015, she felt several decades of gender dysphoria, insomnia and...

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  • Hunger has serious implications for childhood development March 23
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Arts & Entertainment

Throwing back to hairspray and classic rock in “Adventureland”

Throwing back to hairspray and classic rock in “Adventureland”

Avery Bliss

Hey, do you like the ’80s? Teenage angst? Kristen Stewart trying her damnedest to make a normal human expression?   Well then, “Adventureland,” featuring Jesse...

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Sports

Riding for a good cause at Jay Peak

Riding for a good cause at Jay Peak

Ian Major

On Sunday, March 5, skiers and riders took to Jay Peak Resort for their annual Hope on the Slopes (HOTS) event that raises money for the American Cancer Society (ACS) and...

March 23No Comments

  • Filling the seasonal gaps at Vermont ski resorts March 23
  • Woo’s World March 9
  • For mountain resorts, coping with climate change is key March 9

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Features

Outdoor adventures and new culture in Alaska

Outdoor adventures and new culture in Alaska

Mary Fafard

During the fall semester, senior Rachele Funk lived in Alaska and attended the University of Alaska Southeast (UAS) in Juneau, Alaska. Funk took part in the National Student...

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Life in Orbit

Lesotho Bound

Emily Mullaney

Ben Simone is a senior who will be graduating in May. He double majored in Mathematics and Political Science. He has three older siblings and one younger brother, who is 12...

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  • Ebenezer’s cozy comfort March 23
  • The jolly rugger Rogers March 9
  • Working hard in the Big Easy March 9

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