in the Life of UVM
Rise and Shine
Going to college is a singular circumstance, perhaps not fully appreciated
until years later. A college students day is ruled with the strict
rhythm of a class schedule, yet the margins beckon with stretches of discretionary
time wide enough to challenge the self-discipline of any 18-year-old.
In or out of the classroom, the options are many when students plan a
day at the University of Vermont, circa 2002.
We invite you to take a look.
One More Time
I look out and see people who are looking tired, a little unfocused.
Now weve got seven minutes left. Lets go straight through
this piece and lets really nail it.
Michael Hopkins, Music faculty member and UVM Orchestra conductor,
at the close of a Tuesday night rehearsal
I feel like every time I put this jersey on, Im becoming a
better player, which is what were all after on this team. It shows
that all your hard work is paying off and you deserve to put the uniform
on day in and
Kami Cote, goalie,
Vermont womens varsity hockey
Debate is the high-speed communication skill of the future.
These students thrive on the intellectual thrill of it.
Alfred Tuna Snider, faculty member and director
of the Edwin Lawrence Debate Union at UVM, as team members hone their
cases for an upcoming competition
Photography by Bob Handelman