Champlain Theatre Presents “Seeds”

Who Owns Life? Annabel Soutar, a Canadian playwright, explores this question in her compelling documentary play. Seeds, about Percy Schmeiser, the Canadian farmer, who was sued by Monsanto Inc. for growing their genetically modified canola seeds without paying the licensing fee. Champlain Theatre’s  informal dramatic reading opens on Wednesday, September 24 and runs for three nights […]

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Alan Stracke’s Words Made “Visible”

Alan Stracke had a bone marrow transplant almost seven years ago at Memorial Sloane Kettering Cancer Center (MSKCC) in NYC. Last year he took part in a special writing program for MSKCC patients and survivors called Visible Ink. Hundreds of patients take part but only a small percentage of their stories are selected for their yearly […]

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Questionologist Warren Berger to Speak at Champlain

A talk by Questionologist Warren Berger – Sept 24 6-7pm Hauke Conference Room Warren Berger believes questions are more important than answers. He is the creator of the website amorebeautifulquestion.com and author of the new book A More Beautiful Question (Bloomsbury)—both focusing on the power of inquiry to spark breakthrough ideas. An expert on design thinking […]

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Champlain at the Art Hop

Art Hop begins TODAY! Champlain’s undergraduates, MFA students, and faculty are staging a truly impressive showing under four tents in front of the Miller Center on Lakeside campus from 5pm to 10pm. Please come down to enjoy their exciting creative work and encourage your students to do the same! Read more about dates, times and […]

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Congratulations to Doctor Scott Baker

A Big Cheer from his fellow faculty and the Provost’s Office for Dr. Scott Baker Scott Baker successfully defended his dissertation at UVM’s College of Education in the last week of August. Being a full-time faculty member, husband, father, and doctoral student all at once is no small feat.  Scott, we congratulate you and celebrate […]

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