Following a centuries old tradition of student protest, generations of student activists have rallied to change UVM, the community, and the world.
By Jules Older ’62
Past Issues
For UVM graduate Anne Pesiri Swanson, days of shepherding laws and programs through
various legislatures to protect the
Chesapeake Bay have resulted in
one of the most dramatic environ-
mental recovery programs in
the nation.
By Susan Harlow
Students grow with research opportunities

A Viking Voyage

Ramaley on the Road

Vermont Hosts Hildegard Conference

Knee-deep in Canada

Futura Alumna -
Lydia Batty '99

Noted and Quoted


Letters to the Editor

President’s Perspective

UVM In Brief

Sports Highlights

Alumni College — in Print
The Role of Sports in
Children’s Lives

The Virtuous University

Alumni News & Services

Class Notes


This past summer three UVM
art professors and a cadre of art students joined artists from a
variety of disciplines to take a
close look at hay. What began as
a collection of baled grasses was
transformed into art.
By Paula Routly