Courage, Confidence and Coolidge: Calvin Coolidge Campaign Memorabilia

This election season, as always, we are awash in political advertising on social media, television, billboards, yard signs, and more. A hundred years ago, the media might have been different, but the messages were similar. A new Special Collections online exhibition presents campaign memorabilia related to Vermont native Calvin Coolidge (1872-1933), who served as Vice […]

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It’s Time to Kick-Off Fall with our Chili Cook-Off!!

The library is excited to announce that it will be hosting yet another Chili Cook-Off! While activities look different this year amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, there is still a plethora of engaging events for students and the Champlain community to participate in! Mark your calendars for Friday, October 23rd when last year’s People’s Choice Award-winning […]

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Welcome Back Champlain College!

However you decided to continue your education this Fall, the team at Champlain Library is here for you! We know things are going to be different this time around to maintain the safety of everyone in our community, but we’re doing our best to find a balance of caution, productivity, and fun. COVID-19 Operating Updates […]

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April is Citizen Science Month!!

April is Citizen Science Month, so we’re encouraging you to get out there and take part! In addition to promoting a specific citizen science project studying pollinators, we hosted the virtual event Bee Happy Champlain College, on April 10th. You can watch the recording here to learn about our very own Champlain College apiary and […]

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Meet our New Library Director, Emily Crist

“Information is power,” says Emily Crist, library director. Emily was appointed Library Director of Miller Information Commons in December 2019, but has been at the library since 2016. She was Champlain College’s Experience Design Librarian until 2018 and has continued making strides for the library ever since. Emily recalls, “Early on in training [for the […]

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