If you thought the fundamentals of Calculus would never show you the world outside the classroom, you’ve probably never heard of Essex’s Colin Sandon.
More jobs than you may think consider foreign languages a great skill to have and that number is increasing every day. What does that mean for you?? Your high school French or Spanish could turn into valuable $$$.
Past-perfect versus imperfect.
Direct or indirect object pronouns.
Hambre or hombre? Schon or schön? Mon ami or ma ami?
If you’ve ever struggled with learning a foreign language, take heart: you are not alone.
Jasper Hill Farm is a small family farm in Greensboro, VT. Andy Kehler, a University of Vermont graduate, began Jasper Hill farm with his brother, Mateo, in the summer of 1998. They wanted to create a successful dairy farm model that can be replicated, to help preserve the ever-disappearing Vermont dairy farms that “keep Vermont beautiful,” as stated on their home page. In 2007, the Kehlers opened seven underground cheese caves, buried at the perfect depth for aging cheese naturally. The Jasper Hill Farm cheese caves age cheese for 14 cheese-makers across the state.
Imagine living with no electricity; none at all. It may be difficult to grasp life without the basic luxuries that electricity provides, but the reality is that there are many people who cannot get access to these basic services. The economic hurdles that block a greater distribution of power are being knocked down by engineering advances and the passionate ingenuity of those who want to help others.
UVM’s Integrated Product Development course has no exams. There are no midterms, assignments, or lectures from professors. The word “homework” is never mentioned.
This does not seem like the average university class. Well, that’s because it’s not a class. It’s a job.
Want to make a difference in the world while learning firsthand what it takes to be an engineer or scientist?
SPIRAL International, located and founded in Burlington, VT, became a corporation in January 201o and describes itself as an “educational organization that promotes inter-cultural learning, understanding and relationships through international student placement services and exchange programs.” The acronym SPIRAL stands for what the organization offers: Special Programs for Intercultural Relationships and Learning, helping international students to enroll in American schools and colleges and setting them up with home-stays abroad.
“The Northeast Organic Farming Association of Vermont (NOFA-VT) is a nonprofit association of farmers, gardeners, and consumers working to promote an economically viable and ecologically sound Vermont food system for the benefit of current and future generations.”
by Casey Hurlburt
Jasper Hill Farm is a small family farm in Greensboro, VT. Andy Kehler, a University of Vermont graduate, began Jasper Hill farm with his brother, Mateo, in the summer of 1998. They wanted to create a successful dairy farm model that can be replicated, to help preserve the ever-disappearing Vermont dairy farms that “keep Vermont beautiful,” as stated on their home page.
As you enter your college search, many of you are probably interested in comparing the athletic programs of different schools. Many others will be learning about the rules and regulations of college sports for the first time. To get the inside story on how the National Collegiate Athletic Association functions, we spoke with Christopher Kenny, Associate Director of Athletics for St. Michael's College in Burlington, Vermont.