You’re here at UVM. Now get involved!
It’s a new school year and a great time to get involved with one of our these fine media outlets, which together reach just about every UVM student—and even a few cool profs.
The Vermont Cynic provides the UVM community with weekly news, editorials, sports, fashion, technology and student life stories. Located on the first floor of the sparkling new Davis Student Center, the Cynic has a long and rich tradition of journalism that extends back as far as 1883 when it was established here at UVM.
The first meeting of the semester is 6 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 1, in Waterman 427.
The Cynic feeds you with pizza the first week of every month. Later in the semester, meeting times will change to 7:15 p.m.
NEED TRAINING? The training workshops will be on Saturday, Sept. 3 from 12-2:30 p.m. on the fourth floor of the Davis Center. We will meet in the Livak Ballroom, on the fourth floor of the Davis Center, and there will be food delicious food.
For more, check out Cynic INFO.
WRUV-FM features the largest collection of CD’s and vinyl in Vermont and an eclectic mix of anything and everything you might want to hear. Staffed by students and members of Burlington’s music-oriented community, the station offers you the chance to spin discs of some of the best music, months before most people have heard of it.
The first meeting will be 7 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 4 in the Livak Ballroom on the 4th floor of the Davis Center. Come and meet the coolest DJs in town!
Want to be a DJ? Training begins Sunday, September 18 at 7pm in the Mansfield Room.
For more, check out WRUV INFO.
UVMtv opened its new studio in the Davis Center just last year, but for it’s long been the source of student-generated, student-selected video content for everyone on campus. Actors, anchors, producers and other members of the UVMtv team come together to produce the best, most eclectic mix of entertainment and news for the UVM community.
Join UVMtv for the first station meeting at 7 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 11, in the Grand Maple Ballroom on the 4th floor of the Davis Center. Help shape the future of video at the University of Vermont!
In the meantime, check out UVMtv INFO for more.