Category Archives: Events at Champlain

Champlain College Campus Food Drive, Free Lunch and Event Reminder

This year’s food drive in the IDX dining hall will benefit Chauncey’s Cupboard, the Champlain College food pantry. In exchange for your donation of six or more non-perishable food or hygiene items, Sodexo cashiers will provide a voucher for free lunch at the dining hall.  And, please mark your calendars for the Grand Opening of Chauncey’s […]

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Indigenous Peoples Week – Nov 15 – 19

I am pleased to invite you to a week of events planned by the students in my Environmental Justice class and sponsored by the Student Experience Grant. The events will take place the week of November 15th, with speakers/presentations in Alumni Auditorium in the mornings and hands-on activities in the afternoons in Fireside Lounge. As of […]

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Ugandan Craft Sales: A fundraiser for the Malayaka House

Champlain College has a long standing relationship with the Malayaka House in Entebbe, Uganda. In non-COVID times, we’ve hosted service trips for students to Uganda. In lieu of travel this year, we’ll do some fundraising to support this amazing home for many children by selling some of their handmade crafts.   Mondays and Thursdays in November, 11am-1pm, in the IDX […]

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Social Impact and Law: Reproductive Rights, From Texas to Vermont… a virtual panel on November 16

Social Impact Scholars Intersections Series Fall 2021Social Impact and Law: Reproductive Rights, From Texas to VermontDate: Tuesday, November 16th, 7-8:15pm Join Zoom Meeting: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89763135200Meeting ID: 897 6313 5200Passcode: 685699Our panelists will be:Jill Krowinski – Vermont Speaker of the House Tony Perriello – Professor of Law, Champlain CollegeLucy Lariche – VP of Public Policy, Planned Parenthood of New […]

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Champlain College International Education Week 2021, Starts November 3rd!

Hello, Champlain College community! Champlain College’s International Education Week 2021 extends from November 3 until November 18, 2021. Sponsored by the Office of International Student Services (OISS), Champlain College Student Engagement, Champlain Abroad, the Center for Service and Sustainability, and the Division of Education and Human Studies, this week has something for EVERYONE! Faculty colleagues, please […]

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Save the Date: Social Impact Scholar Panel (online): Racism as a Public Health Emergency – 10/28

The Social Impact Scholar Program of Champlain College presents a Zoom panel discussion: Social Impact Scholars Intersections Series Fall 2021Social Impact and Public Policy: Racism as a Public Health EmergencyDate: Thursday, October 28th, 7-8:30pm  (click here to add to your calendar Our AMAZING panelists!Sarah George, Chittenden County State’s Attorney in BurlingtonTyeastia Green, Director of Racial Equity, Inclusion […]

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Eleventh Annual Champlain College Eco-Reps Trash Bash – October 19th

We’re bringing it back!  Join us for our 11th annual Trash Bash. We will sort our trash to find out just how well Champlain students, faculty, and staff are separating recycling, compost and trash.Drop by and take a look and learn… ************************************************************************************************************** Christina Erickson, Ph.D. (she/her)Director of Service & Sustainability Learning Center for Service & Sustainability, […]

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Thursday Gleaning in the Intervale

Join the Center for Service & Sustainability and friends for a weekly volunteer option in September and October. We will be gleaning, or harvesting vegetables, with the Intervale Center to pass along the food to those in need. Learn more about gleaning and food rescue on the Intervale’s websiteSign up for a van ride and register with […]

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SI Scholars Speak Out online event (Fri. 4/30)

The Social Impact Scholars will be hosting an online “SPEAK OUT” event through InSpace on Friday 4/30, 1:15 to 2:15PM. Each of the Scholars has created a piece (essay, visual design, poem, video) that addresses a contemporary issue that is significant for them. Topics this year include: shark finning diversity in games campus sexual assault transgender athletes […]

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