The intersection of Route 4 and North Main Street in Rutland City is one of the busiest in the state. The Agency of Transportation has figures showing an average of more than 17,000 vehicles per day passing through that intersection in 2015. Tourists from across the Northeast use that intersection to get up the mountain […]
Tuition at schools in the Vermont State Colleges system will go up again in the fall of 2020. The VSC board of trustees last month approved a nearly 3 percent hike across programs at the system’s four schools, which include the Community College of Vermont, Castleton University, Vermont Technical College and Northern Vermont University. In […]
“Hester Street,” the third film of the 2018 White Mountain Jewish Film Festival, will be shown at the Colonial Theatre, Main Street, Bethlehem, 6 p.m., Thursday, Aug. 2. The story it tells of the struggles of immigrants coming to America over 100 years ago is relevant today.
STUDENT HONORS LIST (GPA of 4.0) Community College of Vermont Gardner: Rose Jordan
In front of hundreds of early childhood educators at the opening of the Early Childhood Institute, Castleton University President, Dr. Karen M. Scolforo, announced the launch of the Early Childhood Lab at Castleton University. The Early Childhood Lab at Castleton University will be a childcare center that provides educational opportunities for future early childhood educators, […]
Rebecca Slen of Stowe was named to the spring honors list at Community College of Vermont.
Stowe is an alluring destination for many pursuits and interests — ski capital of the East, world-class beers and restaurants, stunning natural beauty with a flourishing arts scene to match — but the next souvenir you bring home might be a little more permanent than a print or a painting.
Paden Fortier of Hinesburg was named to the spring 2018 dean’s list at Community College of Vermont. This honor recognizes full-time students with a grade point average between 3.5 and 3.99.
The Brattleboro Rotary Club recently awarded a total of $16,500 in scholarships to six local high school students who will be attending college this fall. The Gateway Foundation, an affiliate of the Brattleboro Rotary Club, funds the scholarships. This year’s recipients include: Ryan B. Boggio of Hinsdale, who will attend Fairfield University; Carter M. Falk […]
Peter Smith ’68 has been a strong proponent of educational opportunities for adults since the 1970s, when he spearheaded the launch of the Community College of Vermont.