The only people that exist outside of ideology are corpses. If you have blood running through your veins and you’re breathing, then you’re subject to it. It’s not bad—it can be productive. But here’s a case where these ideas that are rampant in society caused a young man’s death."
Professor Rashad Shabazz, a scholar of the geographies of race and racism, on the shooting of Michael Brown in Missouri and how the ideological context of race, policing, and incarceration played into it.
INSTAFOLIAGE UVM in autumn is an Instagrammer’s
paradise. Among the scores who answered our call to share their best fall photos was student Robert Casella ’16 who captured this stunning photo of Old Mill on a foggy morning. See more fall photos of campus—and all the seasons—on UVM’s Instagram account: instagram.com/universityofvermont
The venerable John Dewey, UVM Class of 1879, was elected president of the American Psychological Association (APA) in 1899. Dr. Barry S. Anton, who earned his bachelor’s from UVM in 1969, has been elected president of the APA for 2015. In sharing this news, Professor Emeritus Robert Lawson proposes that UVM is the only university with two undergrad alumni holding this distinction.