Tag Archives: Green Mountain College

News Briefs
December 7, 2016

GMC students to present sustainable vision for the north country

POULTNEY—Seventeen Green Mountain College students and four faculty members spent the fall semester studying the social, economic and environmental dynamics affecting the north country region in Vermont and the Adirondack region of New York. Their culminating project, a comprehensive vision for building sustainable, resilient communities…

Green Mountain College sings holiday spirits
Arts, Dining & Entertainment
November 30, 2016

Green Mountain College sings holiday spirits

Saturday, Dec. 3 at 7 p.m.—POULTNEY—The Green Mountain College choirs and chamber ensemble will present the annual spirited holiday concert on Saturday, Dec. 3 at 7 p.m. in Ackley Hall. This popular event will offer lively music for the season and provide opportunities for the…

News Briefs
November 22, 2016

Eagles set to soar to new heights in 2016-17

POULTNEY—The future is now for the Green Mountain College women’s basketball team. With a roster comprised of virtually all sophomores and freshmen, the team has gelled over the past four weeks and is set to begin a new era of Eagles basketball as the team…

Green Mountain taps Ben Davis as head men’s basketball coach
Sports
June 22, 2016

Green Mountain taps Ben Davis as head men’s basketball coach

Courtesy of  GMC

BEN DAVIS

POULTNEY—Green Mountain College Interim Director of Athletics James Thivierge announced Tuesday, June 14, that Ben Davis has been hired to lead the men’s basketball team, becoming the ninth head coach in program history. Davis begins his…

Local News
May 20, 2016

GMC, Audubon International announce sustainability partnership

POULTNEY—Green Mountain College and Audubon International, two organizations at the forefront of advancing sustainability, announced a partnership to promote environmental stewardship and make sustainability education programs available to all on May 11.

Staff at Audubon International’s vast network of environmentally responsible facilities will receive discounts…

News Briefs
May 11, 2016

News Briefs: Lakes Region

By Lani Duke

Elementary budget passed

FAIR HAVEN—Only 10 more people voted for the Fair Haven Grade School budget than voted against it May 3. Voting “yes” were 137; “no,” 127. The community had turned it down 378 to 345 on March 1. Officials ascribe…

News Briefs
May 6, 2016

News Briefs: Lakes Region

By Lani Duke

Tragedy was alcohol-fueled; alcohol permit under scrutiny

CASTLETON—A triple-fatality accident in Castleton took the lives of 26-year-old Andrew Laramie, 24-year-old Caleb Kinney, and 23 year-old Samantha Forrest in a March 19 crash on Drake Road. Castleton Police Chief Peter Mantello recently announced…