How to Spend Your Summer

Summer break is just around the corner and the library would like to remind you of all the ways you can have some fun around Burlington once school is out of session!  Have Some Fun This Summer There are lots of opportunities to have some fun in the Burlington area! For example, you can walk […]

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Walk and Talk Wellness

Sundays March 6, March 27, April 101pm – 3pm Meeting at the MIC Join Reid Anctil ‘22, for excursions around the Burlington area to reconnect with nature. These walks will give you the opportunity to explore new places (like Centennial Woods and Red Rocks Park), meet new friends, and learn about self-care and wellness skills […]

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Celebrating Juneteenth

Saturday, June 19th marks Juneteenth, a day dedicated to celebrating African American Emancipation Day. Sometimes celebrated as a day, a week, or even the whole month of June, Juneteenth symbolizes the incredible influence that African American history has had on society. Celebrations often include music, food, and dance in recognition of the contributions and sacrifices […]

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Ultimate Summer Guide: Explore the Possibilities with the Library

Although classes are no longer in session, that does not mean that the possibilities stop at Champlain College Library! The Library would like to share with students and members of the Champlain community about a variety of resources, activities, and opportunities taking place during the summer, both on campus and online. If you plan on […]

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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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