Category Archives: Events at Champlain

Burlington Free Press Opioid Crisis Event at Champlain – Wed., 12/5, 7:00 PM

Burlington Free Press Opioid Crisis Event at Champlain – Wednesday, 12/5, 7PM Next Wednesday evening, December 5, at 7:00 PM, the Burlington Free Press will be holding a community discussion on the opioid crisis here in the Champlain Room.   The Free Press was moved to continue the conversation sparked by the well-publicized death of […]

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New Student of Color Dinner – 12/5

Hi Champlain Community,   I’m excited to announce UVM’s and Champlain College’s New Student of Color Dinner, in celebration for first-year and transfer students of color to be in community as their first semester comes to a finish! I would appreciate your support in sharing this event with students. It will take place Wednesday, 12/5/18, at UVM’s […]

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Anti-Panel Discussion: What is an Artist’s Responsibility During Dark Times? 11/15

Intrepid Champions and Champions of the Young: This Thursday evening, November 15, from 6:00-7:30 P.M. in the beautiful Skyloft of the CCM building, we will be holding our first Anti-Panel discussion of the year. Here’s how it will work: 1. There will be no privileged panelists; instead, thirty or so chairs will be placed in […]

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Save These Dates: International Education Week 2018!

Please save these dates for International Education Week 2018 from November 10-16, 2018! All week: Champlain College Library will have travel books out on display. Saturday, November 10, 2018 11:00 – 4:00 PM Open Public Gallery: Visions of the World, Amy E. Tarrant Gallery, Flynn Theatre 7:00-9:00 PM Nations United 2018, CCM Alumni Auditorium Monday, […]

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Feverish World

I am writing to share the press release for FEVERISH WORLD 2018-2068: Arts and Sciences of Collective Survival. It will be an interdisciplinary convergence and symposium for people engaged in the arts, sciences, humanities and activism to help prepare us to adapt and even thrive over these next 50 years of climate change. All events will be free of charge. […]

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