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It’s a quarantine kind of life

It’s a quarantine kind of life

Opal Savoy, Web Editor May 3, 2021

Sara Kinerson is the director of advising at NVU-Johnson and finds that quarantine living suits her. In her spare time, she knits, plays music and lives life regret-free. What’s the one thing you...

Use the gas pedal!

Use the gas pedal!

Opal Savoy, Web Editor April 12, 2021

Gina Mireault is a professor of psychology and chair of the behavioral sciences department at NVU-Johnson. She has two dogs that she adores and is eagerly awaiting her vaccination slot so she can return...

Sarah Thornton, the new director of student activities and community service.

Thornton new director of of student activities and community service

Opal Savoy, Web Editor March 3, 2021

Sarah Thornton sits cross-legged on the floor of her office in the new Dean of Students space where first year experience used to make its home. Around her there is only a desk, a comfortable chair for...

Senator Rich Westman.

Lamoille County Senator Rich Westman: state colleges are essential but money doesn’t grow on trees

Emmett Avery, Staff Reporter October 8, 2020

Sen. Richard Westman has been in the Legislature for most of his life, and he still doesn’t think money grows on trees. Growing up on a dairy farm in Cambridge, Westman said the discussion naturally...

A dog’s best friend

A dog’s best friend

Magen Farley March 8, 2012

  Walking into Edelweiss Bakery & Café, the customer first gets the impression of a cozy little bakery. A ceramic pig’s head, crowned in flowers and vines, hanging over the specials menu...

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