Category Archives: Events at Champlain

Champlain’s carbon impact; Celebrating Earth Day 2020; Collecting Stories of our Good Work, and more!

Serving and sustaining ourselves and our planet in the time of COVID-19 I’ll keep it brief, as you’ve received countless emails and updates from every other organization, campaign, news outlet, etc. and in far more eloquent ways.  My wish is this:  for everyone to take care of themselves, communities near and far, and the planet, […]

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Registration Now Open for the 2020 Champlain College Community Garden – April 17th priority deadline

Founded in 2011, the Community Garden originated by request of students, faculty, and staff and was approved by President Finney with support of the Physical Plant Grounds Staff. The Community Garden is located beside Rowell Annex and has 27 plots available for individual use by Champlain College community members (faculty, staff, and students).  This garden […]

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STILL! SLEEPOUT and Baked Goods!

Remember when we could go down to IDX and enjoy a treat, see our students working hard to raise awareness and support local organizations etc.!!  Well, many of them are still at it, except from a distance and so it may be harder to know what they’re up to!! http://give.spectrumvt.org/site/TR?team_id=1855&fr_id=1100&pg=team Social Work & Criminal Justice […]

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Breaking the Silence Habit with Sarah Beaulieu – March 17

I want to let you know about an event I’ve been helping to plan happening on Champlain’s campus on March 17th. It’s open to students, faculty, and the public. In partnership with VT Women’s Fund, Champlain College, and our generous sponsors, we are bringing top consultant, author, and TEDTalk Speaker Sarah Beaulieu to Vermont. In […]

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Champlain is shifting to Total Oil Management

By Whitney Bain Over the course of Spring Break 2020, in partnership with Sodexo and the Champlain Facilities Team, the two dining options on campus, EATS and IDX, is moving towards a more sustainable and efficient way of managing their cooking oil. The new Total Oil Management system from Restaurant Technologies makes dealing with new […]

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Learn More About a New Service Program!

We (Jack/John McCarthy and Faith Yacubian) are excited to announce a new student-led group called Let Us Care! The primary principles of Let Us Care! draw upon philosophies of service-based education and social justice. This semester, we are piloting Let Us Care! in EHS with the intention of growing it across disciplinary boundaries. The primary […]

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