Category Archives: Events at Champlain

Rajnii Eddins Poetry Recitation and Q&A – November 6

The next event for our community read is a poetry recitation by Rajnii Eddins (on Zoom). Burlington spoken-word poet and activist Rajnii Eddins will share some of his poetry, followed by a Q&A session. His latest work, titled “Their Names Are Mine,” aims to confront white supremacy while emphasizing the need to affirm our mutual […]

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Creator’s Jam hosted by Champlain’s Willard & Maple – Nov 6-8

Willard & Maple, Champlain’s literary & fine art magazine, is hosting the Creator’s Jamon November 6th-8th. At 3PM on the 6th of November, the jam’s theme will be announced, and students will have 48 hours to create and submit whatever they’re inspired to—be it poetry, prose, visual art, sculpture, photography, games, or even film. It’s a […]

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The Legacy of Ruth Bader Ginsburg: a SIS panel event on Oct. 19

The Social Impact Scholar Program of Champlain College will present a virtual panel discussion: “Social Impact, the Law and Politics: the Legacy of Ruth Bader Ginsburg.”  The recent death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has been a tremendous loss for our nation. Fortunately, the legacy of “RBG” (as she was sometimes known) will […]

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“The Walk of the Immigrants” keynote – October 7

You are cordially invited to join the Office of Diversity and Inclusion, Student Engagement, and the Office of International Student Services in celebrating Latinx Heritage month by attending this live virtual keynote and Q&A session (flyer attached and details below): The Walk of the Immigrants: Wednesday, October 7, 1:00-2:00 pm ET (remote) Join us for […]

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CALL FOR PARTICIPANTS – NATIONS UNITED 2020!

Calling all singers, artists, dancers, and film enthusiasts from all over the world! The Office of International Student Services needs YOU! As the kick off to International Education Week 2020 (or, IEW 2020), the Office of International Student Services will present its 5th Annual Nations United on Saturday, November 7, 2020. All skill levels, all Champlain College students, […]

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Food drive for EHS 100 – Saturday, September 12

On Saturday, Sept. 12, two EHS Making Connections classes will be hosting a food drive to support local food bank, Feeding Chittenden and our very own, Champlain College Swap Shop. Bags with information about donations needed will be distributed on Thursday, Sept. 10 around the Champlain neighborhood and there will be a contactless pick up […]

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Welcome from the Center for Service & Sustainability – Fall 2020

People and the Planet Our work intersects both. We cannot care for one without the other and we acknowledge that BIPOC (black, indigenous and people of color) and/or low-income people face a greater disparity when it comes to many contemporary issues, including the climate crisis – even here in Vermont.  Racial Justice image from Climate Reality […]

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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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