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· Abelmann, R. & Diggins, M. (1983). Why students drink: A developmental perspective. The Vermont Connection, 5 (1), 5-12.
· Adams, M. (1994). Looking behind the veil: Recruiting African-American inner-city youth. The Vermont Connection, 15, 4-11.
· Ailawadhi, A. (1999). An inclusive core curriculum: Real or illusion? The Vermont Connection, 20, 7-14.
· Alvarado, L. A. (2010). Editor's Note: HESA: Privilege, transition, and support. The Vermont Connection, 31, 7-8.
· Alvarado, L. A. (2010). Dispelling the meritocracy myth: Lessons for higher education and student affairs educators. The Vermont Connection, 31, 10-20.
· Amari, D. (1981). “The pursuit of competence”. The Vermont Connection, 2 (1), 37-39.
· Amari, D. (1982). The student development generalist. The Vermont Connection, 3 (2), 40-44.
· Anderson, S. (1999). A is for admission: The insider’s guide to getting into the ivy league and other top colleges [book review]. The Vermont Connection, 20, 107-110.
· Anderson, S. (1997). The misguided crusade: How student affairs literature undermines the field's efforts. The Vermont Connection, 18, 48-54.
· Andreas, R. E. (2003). The final word. The Vermont Connection, 24, 146-150.
· Andreas, R. E. (1990). The importance of institutional mission in involving colleges. The Vermont Connection, 11, 6-12.
· Andreas, R. E. (2000). What mattered most in student affairs work? Student affairs practice in the 1980s and 1990s. The Vermont Connection, 21, 7-17.
· Annan, T. (2009). Campus sexual assault prevention: Supporting male student allies in an effort to sustain engagement. The Vermont Connection, 30, 8-16.
· Antos, K. (1999). What is none of the hollering about? Rural youth and educational aspirations. The Vermont Connection, 20, 15-24.
· Antos, K. (1998). Without affirmative action: Implementing K-12 partnerships to support ethnic and racial diversity in higher education. The Vermont Connection, 19, 16-21.
· Aparicio, A. (2008). Leaders of color in higher education: Transforming a negative climate. The Vermont Connection, 29, 8-11.
· Arns, R. G. (1982). Student affairs looks to the twenty-first century. The Vermont Connection, 3 (1), 27-31.
· Arquit, C. & Farragher, J. (1982). The arrival of Bob Young. The Vermont Connection, 3 (1), 14-22.

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· Baker, E. (2002). The commodification of higher education: Tools of management. The Vermont Connection, 23, 72-87.
· Banfield-Hardaway, S. (2010). Universal instructional design: Tools for creating an inclusive educational experience. The Vermont Connection, 31, 21-28.
· Barbalias, P. D. (1996). Black student-athletes: Improving their collegiate experience. The Vermont Connection, 17, 4-14.
· Barbosa, A. (2010). Modern colonialism in African education: The wave of foreign investment in sub-saharan Africa.The Vermont Connection, 31, 29-36.
· Bardell, R., Baxter, C. & Diggins, M. (1983). An interview with Debby Moberly-Schriver. The Vermont Connection, 5 (1), 37-43.
· Barnhart, R. L. (1989). Safe within these walls or another prison cell: Creating a safe environment for gay students. The Vermont Connection, 10, 9-14.
· Batt, D. M. (1997). The abandon generation [book review]. The Vermont Connection, 18, 85-88.
· Batt, D. M. (2001). The final word. The Vermont Connection, 22, 126-127.
· Batt, D. M. & Turner, M. A. (1999). When hope and fear collide: A portrait of today’s college student. [book review]. The Vermont Connection, 20, 111-113.
· Bauman, R. L. (1996). Restoring community: Applying communitarianism and the moral conversation to student affairs. The Vermont Connection, 17, 15-23.
· Belue. J. (2006). Free to be: Supporting lesbian, gay, and bisexual students on Catholic campuses. The Vermont Connection, 27, 27-37.
· Belue, J. & Buckley, D. (2007). Interdisciplinarity: A major issue. The Vermont Connection, 28, 100-111.
· Belway, D. (1981). Study abroad: Why include it in higher education?. The Vermont Connection, 2 (1), 7-11.
· Bhattar, R. & Victoria, N. (2007). Rainbow rice: a dialogue between two Asian American gay men in higher education and student affairs. The Vermont Connection, 28, 39-50.
· Bhattar, R. G. (2008). The new Raja Yoga: What Hinduism has taught me about life, student affairs, and myself. The Vermont Connection, 29, 73-80.
· Blake, L. (1984). Effective administration in higher education: A value driven responsibility. The Vermont Connection, 5 (2), 5-7.
· Blanchard, C. & Pehlke, J. (2005). What elephant? The challenge of political pluralism in the academy. The Vermont Connection, 26, 105-116.
· Blanchard, C. & Eldred, P. (2009). Acknowledgements. The Vermont Connection, 30, 149-150.
· Blattner, A. P. (1991). Residence hall government advising: A Freirian approach. The Vermont Connection, 12, 16-21.
· Bornstein, L. (1988). The evolution of the British curriculum: Implications for today’s liberal education. The Vermont Connection, 9, 26-29.
· Bowker, V. (1981). Reflections: Interview with alumni. The Vermont Connection, 2 (2), 24-30.
· Bradley, A.J. (2007). A time to intervene: A historic overview of pedagogical responses to an unjust society. The Vermont Connection, 28, 70-79.
· Bradley, A. J. (2009). Listen to our reality: Experiences of racism, prejudice, and bias in the classroom. The Vermont Connection, 30, 17-31.
· Bradley, D.L. (2006). Finding the right words: A personal reflection. The Vermont Connection, 27, 102-106.
· Brauer, D. V. (2003). Dismantling the velvet-lined closet: The generational schism within LGBTQA campus communities. The Vermont Connection, 24, 99-110.
· Bresciani, D. & Schroeder, A. (1987). Who is responsible for the quality of education?. The Vermont Connection, 8, 39-42.
· Brinkema, K. K. & Mooko, D. R. (1995). The gatekeeper: Advocate, outlaw & demigod. The Vermont Connection, 16, 3-12.
· Brown, P. (1985). Computer technology in student affairs. The Vermont Connection, 6, 35-39.
· Brown, P. (1997). Musings from the field. The Vermont Connection, 18, 89-93.
· Brown, P. (2002). On becoming an ally. The Vermont Connection, 23, 7-14.
· Brown, P. (2008). So…what? The Vermont Connection, 29, 109-112.
· Brown, P. M. (1985). Transition: Evolution or revolution? The Vermont Connection, 6, 46-51.
· Buckley, J.B. (2008). The Kenneth P. Saurman Award: Know thyself to know thy job. The Vermont Connection, 29, 114-118.
· Buckley, P. J. (2000). Stand up, stand up, it’s time to rock the boat: The arts as a form of critical pedagogy. The Vermont Connection, 21, 18-24.

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· Cady, D. & Cernosia, J. (1994). Discovering student leadership. The Vermont Connection, 15, 77-80.
· Caires, M. R. (2000). Integrating students as university trustees: Benefits and challenges for higher education institutions. The Vermont Connection, 21, 25-32.
· Caires, M. R. (2003). The moral conversation: Moving from theory to practice. The Vermont Connection, 24, 111-122.
· Caires, M. R. (2009). Reflection: Out West. The Vermont Connection, 30, 119-122.
· Callahan, M. B. (1983). A proactive approach to freshman development. The Vermont Connection, 4 (2), 19-26.
· Callanta, G. & Ortiz, A. J. (2009). The first-generation student journey: Dismantling obstacles to success. The Vermont Connection, 30, 73-86.
· Canavan, B. (1993). Athletics or academics: Refocusing our expectations of athletes The Vermont Connection, 14, 4-11.
· Carey, T. & Goldberg, S. (1986). Minority student retention: Do social and academic assistance programs really work? A review of the literature. The Vermont Connection, 7, 17-21.
· Carnaghi, J. E. (1994). Learnings: The “I’s” have it. The Vermont Connection, 15, 84-93.
· Carr, S. L. (2003). Love and hate: Exploring the relationship between college and community. The Vermont Connection, 24, 123-132.
· Carter, M. (2004). Socioeconomic subjectivity: How socioeconomic barriers affect aducators and community college students. The Vermont Connection, 25, 57-68.
· Carter, M. (2005). Latino/a student racial and ethnic identity development. The Vermont Connection, 26, 45-54.
· Catalano, D. C. (2002). Searching for synthesis: Stopping stereotypes. The Vermont Connection, 23, 15-22.
· Cernosia, J. F. (2000). The call of duty: Moral education in the academy. The Vermont Connection, 21, 142-148.
· Chabot, N. (2005). How to look the part: Implications of body image issues for lesbian, gay, and bisexual college students. The Vermont Connection, 26, 79-87.
· Chappelow, C. (1982). The third language. The Vermont Connection, 4 (1), 34-37.
· Chisholm, P. & Holmes, D. (1981). Women in the profession: Emerging issues and dilemmas. The Vermont Connection, 2 (2), 7-16.
· Choudhuri, D. D. (1992). Educating new students on living with differences: Smith College community development program. The Vermont Connection, 13, 10-14.
· Class, R. K. (1996). The crime awareness and campus security act of 1990: Can statistics fight crime?. The Vermont Connection, 17, 24-31.
· Claxton, A. M. (2000). Cracking the masculine domain: The establishment of the first institutions of higher education for women. The Vermont Connection, 21, 33-41.
· Cleary, R. O. (1998). Despair: A luxury. The Vermont Connection, 19, 95-101.
· Clemens, K. L. (2009). Reflection: There and Then. The Vermont Connection, 30, 127-132.
· Cogan, P. M. (2000). Keeping perspective: Opening our eyes to the role of awareness in education. The Vermont Connection, 21, 42-49.
· Cogan, P. M. (2001). Making meaning – HESA and beyond. The Vermont Connection, 22, 115-119.
· Cogan, P. M. (2001). When flat becomes round and perspective shoes. The Vermont Connection, 22, 100-102.
· Comey, D. (1990). Student affairs workers as moral educators: Professional roles and responsibilities. The Vermont Connection, 11, 24-31.
· Cook, A.L. & Kwist, S.T. (2006). Living knowledge production: Indigenous approaches and intersections in higher education. The Vermont Connection, 27, 59-66.
· Cook, K. (1994). The education of women: The role of women’s colleges. The Vermont Connection, 15, 12-19.
· Coor, L. (1982). Higher learning in America. The Vermont Connection, 4 (1), 5-10.
· Coulter, J. R. (1991). Breaking the barriers: A case for women’s colleges. The Vermont Connection, 12, 41-47.
· Crepezzi, K. (2007). A call for feminist mentors. The Vermont Connection, 28, 8-14.
· Crepezzi, K. (2007). Fat in college: A social overview. The Vermont Connection, 28, 60-67.
· Cross, T. L. (1994). Surviving the “college life”: Alcohol use and abuse among first-year students. The Vermont Connection, 15, 20-31.
· Croteau, L. (2006). Understanding success in the academy: A personal journey. The Vermont Connection, 27, 47-58.
· Croteau, L.M. (2005). Bridging into the academy: Examining the value of first-year transition programs. The Vermont Connection, 26, 69-78.
· Croteau, L.M. & Maginnis, H.A. (2005). Admissions, enrollment management, and student affairs: Creating a seamless transition. The Vermont Connection, 26, 15-24.
· Cruz, W. (2002). Chronicles from the diaspora: A memoir. The Vermont Connection, 23, 23-36.
· Cruz, W., Diaz, J. L., & Oceguera, T. (2002). Unity in isolation: Reconciling histories, accentuating difference. The Vermont Connection, 23, 37-44.
· Culatta, V. I. (1986). AIDS on campus. The Vermont Connection, 7, 6-9.
· Culliton, R. (1999). The academy awash in alcohol: A turning point for higher education. The Vermont Connection, 20, 25-31.
· Cummelin, B. (1983). Student susceptibility to cult recruitment: A developmental perspective. The Vermont Connection, 5 (1), 29-36.

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· Davis, L. (1981). Critical skills for student personnel professionals. The Vermont Connection, 2 (2), 34-38.
· DeBowes, M.M. (2006). Intergroup dialogues: A promising practice for cross-cultural engagement. The Vermont Connection, 27, 7-14.
· DeLuca, L. & Dukes, G. (1987). A code of ethics for student affairs administrators. The Vermont Connection, 8, 13-21.
· de Simone, R. (2008). The sorting hat: SATs and college access. The Vermont Connection, 29, 12-21.
· Desjarlais, J. C. (1989). Message in a bottle: The dilemma of students from alcoholic families. The Vermont Connection, 10, 21-25.
· DesJardins, D. (1992). Serving non-traditional students after graduation: Emerging strategies for alumni relations. The Vermont Connection, 13, 58-62.
· Desjarlais, J. (1988). Tastes great, less filling: The danger of marketing higher education. The Vermont Connection, 9, 23-25.
· Diaz, J. L. (2001). Moral conversation: The vehicle for dialogue about racism. The Vermont Connection, 22, 106-114.
· Diaz, J. L. (2002). Reflections of a new professional. The Vermont Connection, 23, 107-110.
· Diaz, J. L. (2009). Reflection: Listening to your professional compass: A reflection. The Vermont Connection, 30, 123-126.
· DiDomenico, P. (1983). The coeducation trend in American higher education. The Vermont Connection, 4 (2), 35-42.
· DiMascio, M. (2003). The deafening silence of whites. The Vermont Connection, 24, 7-16.
· DiRamio, J. P. (2001). The role of student affairs professionals within intercollegiate athletics administration. The Vermont Connection, 22, 7-16.
· DiRamio, J. P. (2002). When spiders unite, they can tie down a lion: Student affairs practice. The Vermont Connection, 23, 45-61.
· Dodge, L. M. (1990). A universal code of ethics: A student affairs dilemma. The Vermont Connection, 11, 56-61.
· Domagal, J. (2002). Keeping secrets: Student secret societies in historical context. The Vermont Connection, 23, 62-70.
· Dreher, L. (2010). The Kenneth P. Saurman Award: The tao of student affairs: Ruminations of a first-time hall director. The Vermont Connection, 31, 176-181.
· Dukes, G. (1992). The racial crisis in American higher education: Is it more than just ignorance. The Vermont Connection, 13, 4-9.
· Duesterhaus, M. B. (1992). The Greek system: An asset to higher education?. The Vermont Connection, 13, 38-44.
· Dunn, M. (2010). Reflection: Looking Back at 30 years ... What I have learned. The Vermont Connection, 31, 169-170.

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· Edgerton, J. (1981). Faculty perceptions of the university’s commitment to programs and services of the student affairs division at Colorado State University. The Vermont Connection, 2 (1), 23-30.
· Emler, R. (1987). The final word. The Vermont Connection, 8, 49-51.
· Emmanuel, N. R. (1982). Housing the international student. The Vermont Connection, 3 (1), 11-13.
· Emmanuel, N. (1986). The eighties: Student unrest revisited. The Vermont Connection, 7, 34-38.
· Engelken, L. C. (1996). Integrating sexual and spiritual identity development: Educating the whole student. The Vermont Connection, 17, 32-40.
· Eudley, B. (1992). Supporting learning disabled college students. The Vermont Connection, 13, 32-37.

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· Ferguson, A. (2006). Making the case for service-learning in first-year programs. The Vermont Connection, 27, 88-99.
· Flanagan, J. E. (2002). 30 years and a daughter later. The Vermont Connection, 23, 111-113.
· Foley, C. R. (1995). Mission statements: A definition, an assessment, a call for action. The Vermont Connection, 16, 13-21.
· Foley, C. (2004). Leadership: An annotated bibliography. The Vermont Connection, 25, 24-28.
· Ford, K. T. (1991). International women students: A study of differences. The Vermont Connection, 12, 33-40.
· Freeman, K. E. (2001). From mountains to monuments: A reflection. The Vermont Connection, 22, 120-124.
· Freeman, K. E. (2000). Service-learning programs: Promoting student involvement. The Vermont Connection, 21, 50-59.
· Fricke, K. E. (2010). The influence of society on queer identity development and classification. The Vermont Connection, 31, 37-45.
· Fritz, S. (1988). Rape and sexual assault victims: A hidden minority on college campuses. The Vermont Connection, 9, 17-19.

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· Garcia, V. (2010). First-generation college students: How co-curricular involvement can assist with success. The Vermont Connection, 31, 46-52.
· Gardner, P. K. (2002). Meditations on helping. The Vermont Connection, 23, 114-116.
· Garrett, D. M. (1999). Silenced voices: Hate speech codes on campus. The Vermont Connection, 20, 32-40.
· Garrett, D. M. (1998). The value of the Greek system: Should fraternities and sororities have a place on campus?. The Vermont Connection, 19, 22-29.
· Gatteau, R. (2009). Reflection: Finding purpose. The Vermont Connection, 30, 112-114.
· Gilbert, C. M. (2000). “Are you crazy?”: Assessing the needs and challenges facing students with psychiatric disabilities. The Vermont Connection, 21, 60-71.
· Ginther, A. & Vanderkelen, B. (1982). Interview with alumni. The Vermont Connection, 3 (2), 25-32.
· Goodwin, K. K. (1995). Origins and evolution of campus sexual assault prevention and policies. The Vermont Connection, 16, 22-31.
· Gonzalez, J. & Kemp-DeLisser, K. (2010). Two student affairs professionals' journeys to (un)cover. The Vermont Connection, 31, 118-127.
· Goodwin, K. K. (1995). Understanding and orienting queer students: Gay, lesbian, and bisexual identity development applied to a student orientation program. The Vermont Connection, 16, 32-41.
· Gradone, L. (1987). A reaction to Bennett’s statement on higher education. The Vermont Connection, 8, 43-44.
· Grady, K. A. (1997). Reflections on love, trust, and humility. The Vermont Connection, 18, 73-78.
· Gribbons, J. M. (1990). A letter: Time, change and dimensions. The Vermont Connection, 11, 62-63.
· Gribbons, J. (2004). HESA reunion: June 28, 2003. The Vermont Connection, 25, 7-10.
· Gribbons, J. (2007). The final word. The Vermont Connection, 28, 154-158.
· Gribbons, J. (2010). A tribute to excellence. The Vermont Connection, 31, 167-168.
· Gronski, J. Y. (2001). “INSPIRATION”. The Vermont Connection, 22, 103.
· Guan, J. (2008). A cultural history of people with disabilities. The Vermont Connection, 29, 22-28.
· Guevara, E. (2007). " Wheredo I fit?" The Vermont Connection, 28, 68-69.
· Gunzerhauser, M. G. (1992). Incorporating the dynamic of faith into student affairs interventions. The Vermont Connection, 13, 45-51.
· Gunzenhauser, M. (1993). Understanding the needs of gifted college students in a diverse student population. The Vermont Connection, 14, 12-23.
· Gustafson, T. (1982). On time. The Vermont Connection, 3 (1), 32-34.

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· Haggerty, K. A. (1991). Suicide postvention and the student affairs professional. The Vermont Connection, 12, 10-15.
· Hanson, J. E. (1989). Values development and environmental issues: Lost opportunities, second chances. The Vermont Connection, 10, 61-63.
· Hara, S.K. (2007). Acknowledgements. The Vermont Connection, 28, 167.
· Harris, R. P. (1989). Women in higher education administration: Housekeepers or professional partners?. The Vermont Connection, 10, 30-36.
· Hart, J. (1993). Battering on college campuses: Identification and intervention. The Vermont Connection, 14, 24-31.
· Hart, J. & Hawes, M. (1993). The act of sex: Rewriting the script. The Vermont Connection, 14, 74-76.
· Hart, J. (1994). Sexual assault on campus: The problem and the solution. The Vermont Connection, 15, 72-76.
· Haskell, T.O., Fleming, K.L., & Quirolgico, R.P.R. (2005). Political competency: Understanding how college students develop their political identity. The Vermont Connection, 26, 97-104.
· Hawes, M. R. (1991). The effects of residence hall structure, gender, and length of employment on resident assistance burnout. The Vermont Connection, 12, 27-32.
· Hayhurst, S. S. & Bent, M. (1986). Who really is the academic community?: Two perspectives. The Vermont Connection, 7, 29-33.
· Hayhurst, S. S. & Ouimette, D. (1988). The professional journal: Making an impact on students and alumni. The Vermont Connection, 9, 38-43.
· Helm, E. (1997). Merging career development and adventure education: Developing self-awareness, teamwork, and decision-making skills. The Vermont Connection, 18, 4-11.
· Henry-Towne, S. E. (1989). Leadership development in college women: New concepts for higher education. The Vermont Connection, 10, 27-43.
· Hering, H. (1983). Developmental impact of sorority programs. The Vermont Connection, 5 (1), 13-19.
· Herring, H. P. (1993). Total quality management in higher education: A critical analysis. The Vermont Connection, 14, 32-37.
· Hibler, B. (1999). Access to higher education: How the conservative restoration is closing the door. The Vermont Connection, 20, 41-49.
· Hiraldo, P. (2010). The role of critical race theory in higher education. The Vermont Connection, 31, 53-59.
· Hobson, T. C. (1984). Attitudes and perceptions of residence hall students toward hall advisors at the University of Vermont. , 5 (2), 29-36.
· Hoffert, S. (2008). Buying in to sell out? Supporting women's authentic forms of involvement and leadership in outdoor programs and adventure. The Vermont Connection, 29, 29-38.
· Holmes, D. (1988). Prosperous universities in a divided society: The dilemma of privilege. The Vermont Connection, 9, 30-32.
· Hoover, G. (2009). LGBT leadership development: Uniting LGBT and leadership scholarship to determine best practices. The Vermont Connection, 30, 32-41.
· Howard, K. (2000). In support of segregation: How historically black colleges and universities inform student affairs practice. The Vermont Connection, 21, 72-81.
· Howell, L. (1999). Coming home: Sustaining the experiences of studying abroad. The Vermont Connection, 20, 50-59.
· Hunter, D. & DeLuca, L. (1986). Enhancing the socialization of new student affairs professionals. The Vermont Connection, 7, 10-16.
· Hunter, D. E. (1988). The final word. The Vermont Connection, 9, 44-45.
· Hunter, D. E. (2004). The (un)changing academy. The Vermont Connection, 25, 45-46.
· Hunter, D. E. (2010). The Final Word: TVC: Getting older and getting better. The Vermont Connection, 31, 182-184.
· Hyman, J. (2010). The new multiracial student: Where do we start?. The Vermont Connection, 31, 128-135.
· Hyman, J. & Van Jura, M. (2009). Elite college athletics and the academy: Criticisms, benefits, and the role of student affairs. The Vermont Connection, 30, 42-52.

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· Innes, J. W. (2000). Standing on common ground: Encouraging faculty-student interaction in an educationally purposeful community. The Vermont Connection, 21, 82-90.
· Irvine, C. (1981). An examination of the mentor role in graduate education. The Vermont Connection, 2 (2), 3-6.
· Israel, S. (1982). An examination of the sexual harassment of women in higher education. The Vermont Connection, 4 (1), 20-27.
· Iwata, J. (1981). Minority students in higher education: The University of Vermont. The Vermont Connection, 2 (2), 17-23.

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· Jackson, K. (1989). Disciplinary procedures: A means of moral education. The Vermont Connection, 10, 57-60.
· Jackson, K. (2010). Reflection: The gift of error. The Vermont Connection, 31, 171-172.
· Jaehnig, A. L. (1996). Shifting perspectives on staff training: Creating learning opportunities for self-directed learning. The Vermont Connection, 17, 41-48.
· Jang, J. (2010). Transnational student identity development through the cosmopolite lens: Benefits and challenges of straddling cultures. The Vermont Connection, 31, 136-146.
· Jankowski, J. H. (2002). Corporations - an untapped resource for higher education administrators who seek to enhance student learning. The Vermont Connection, 23, 88-95.
· Johnson, J. (2005). To-do list: Atheist ally development. The Vermont Connection, 26, 88-95.
· Johnson, J. (2009). Defining reflection in student affairs: A new culture of approach. The Vermont Connection, 30, 87-97.
· Johnson, J. L. (1984). Understanding cultural impacts in order to educate today’s students. The Vermont Connection, 5 (2), 15-20.
· Jolly, S. (2005). Using Chickering's vectors: A sexual assault survivor's identity development. The Vermont Connection, 26, 34-44.
· Jones, S. (1980). Life planning for women: Choice not chance. The Vermont Connection, 1, 16-23.
· Jones, S. R., (1996). Beating the odds: How the poor get to college [book review]. The Vermont Connection, 17, 89-92.

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· Kahn, D. (1987). Enhancing professional preparation programs through cooperative education. The Vermont Connection, 8, 22-26.
· Kelly, B. (1994). Counseling and retention for Native Americans: A message for counselors and student affairs professionals. The Vermont Connection, 15, 32-39.
· Kelly, R. (2007). Student development educators: Stewards of collaboration. The Vermont Connection, 28, 134-136.
· Kembel, D. (1983). Thinking about what we do. The Vermont Connection, 5 (1), 44-46.
· Kemp-DeLisser, K. (2004). Bursting the bubble: How time-off students reintegrate into the college campus community. The Vermont Connection, 25, 84-93.
· Kemp-DeLisser, K. (2006). Stewardship of underrepresented communities. The Vermont Connection, 27, 38-46.
· Kesson, K. (1999). “Thinking against” “from within”: Reconstituting the university as a democratic space. The Vermont Connection, 20, 83-93.
· Kish, A. (2003). Managing culture shock: Supporting first-generation transitions to higher education. The Vermont Connection, 24, 17-28.
· Knight, K. (1990). Community development in residence halls: Creating a new educational philosophy. The Vermont Connection, 11, 45-50.
· Knight, M. K. (1989). Influencing the environment of the first-year student: A new plan for student success. The Vermont Connection, 10, 44-47.
· Kohnen, K. (1982). Academic advising re-examined. The Vermont Connection, 3 (1), 23-26.
· Komives, S. R. (1989). Are you excited, existing or exhausted?. The Vermont Connection, 10, 26-29.
· Kowpak, C. P. (1990). Charting student unrest through three decades: Understanding the role of the student affairs administrator. The Vermont Connection, 11, 18-23.
· Kurtzman, S. (1998). Collapsing the ivory tower: Service-learning in higher education. The Vermont Connection, 19, 30-40.
· Kurtzman, S. (1997). Implications of VMI and the Citadel cases for the pursuit of excellence and equity. The Vermont Connection, 18, 55-62.

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· Lal, S. (2000). East meets west: Indian classical music as an illustration of postmodern theory. The Vermont Connection, 21, 91-97.
· Lambert, L. (1988). School-college partnerships: A role for student affairs officers. The Vermont Connection, 9, 33-37.
· Lampkin, P. (2007). Educating the whole student in 2007. The Vermont Connection, 28, 137-142.
· Lampkin, P. M. & Gibson, E. M. (2000). A conversation about ethics. The Vermont Connection, 21, 149-158.
· Laxamana, D. (2009). The Kenneth P. Saurman Award: In between there and then, and here and now. The Vermont Connection, 30, 133-137.
· Lemaire, D. L. (2001). White privilege and its influence on the college campus. The Vermont Connection, 22, 17-24.
· Lenski, T. (1996). On change and student affairs derring-do. The Vermont Connection, 17, 97-101.
· Lenski, T. J. & Barritt, M. W. (1995). Putting the student affairs job interview to work for you. The Vermont Connection, 16, 42-46.
· Leonard, J. B. (1992). Adjusting to college: An ecological perspective of undecided first-year students. The Vermont Connection, 13, 21-31.
· Lerman, L. (1980). Honor systems in American colleges and universities. The Vermont Connection, 1, 37-43.
· Levtov, A. H. (2001). Family friendly? Challenging choices for women in the student affairs field. The Vermont Connection, 22, 25-36.
· Liscinsky, M. T. (1990). Beyond ourselves: The role of religious faith in education. The Vermont Connection, 11, 32-35.
· Little, J. (2004). The collision: College students, family problems, and university life. The Vermont Connection, 25, 69-74.
· Little, J. & Raper, J. (2006). Bridging the gap: Perspectives from different generations on the field of student affairs. The Vermont Connection, 27, 68-77.
· Luff, M. A. & Chabot, N. (2004). A believer and a skeptic agree in a post-modern world. The Vermont Connection, 25, 75-83.

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· MacElroy, M. S. (2002). Business of bust? The changing face of student affairs. The Vermont Connection, 23, 96-103.
· MacElroy, M. (2003). Educating for character: Teaching values in the college environment. The Vermont Connection, 24, 29-42.
· MacMeekin, J. (1981). The re-entry woman: Are we meeting her needs?. The Vermont Connection, 2 (1), 31-36.
· Magolda, P. & Taylor, M. (1985). Staff training. The Vermont Connection, 6, ??-??.
· Mai, H. Q., & Nguyen, C. P. (2008). What's Vietnamese for "conflict?" An exploration of Asian Identity Development through a Vietnamese American/Canadian perspective on self-given names. The Vermont Connection, 29, 81-92.
· Mai, H. Q. (2009). All signs point south: A Canadian's journey through an American student affairs program The Vermont Connection, 30, 98-105
· Manning, K. (1993). Reflections on student affairs practice. The Vermont Connection, 14, 85-88.
· Manoogian, M. (1983). Education of the individual: A study on moral development and experiential learning. The Vermont Connection, 5 (1), 20-28.
· Manzano, L. J. (1998). Men raped: Supporting the male survivor of sexual assault on the college campus. The Vermont Connection, 19, 41-47.
· Matsumoto, A. (1999). Fluid…: Identity in the making. The Vermont Connection, 20, 114-118.
· Matsumoto, A. I. (1996). Welcome to the jungle: The why behind generation X [book review]. The Vermont Connection, 17, 93-96.
· Maxwell, C. (1993). Community standards: A call for dialogue. The Vermont Connection, 14, 38-47.
· Maxwell, C. & Zank, M. (1990). Understanding retention research: Career paths of young student affairs professionals. The Vermont Connection, 11, 51-55.
· Maxwell, D. H. (2001). Native American college students: A population that can no longer be ignored. The Vermont Connection, 22, 37-45.
· McGoey, S. (2004). Student affairs professionals: Path to the presidency. The Vermont Connection, 25, 11-23.
· McGrath, C. (1998). Student affairs, eh? The Americanization of the Canadian student affairs profession. The Vermont Connection, 19, 48-55.
· McGrath, C. (2001). Under-developed and over-involved: Unpacking hidden realities in student leadership development. The Vermont Connection, 22, 46-60.
· McGreevey, M. R. & Raper, J. A. (1990). Developing social responsibility in today’s student: A challenge for student affairs professionals. The Vermont Connection, 11, 13-17.
· McLeod, K. (2000). Minds that matter: Addressing the needs of students with mental illnesses. The Vermont Connection, 21, 98-106.
· Mcloughlin, II, P. J. (1999). A call to HIV educators: Why the current prevention efforts are failing. The Vermont Connection, 20, 60-67.
· McManamon, H. & Rice, K. (1987). Attitudes of student leaders: Looking outward. The Vermont Connection, 8, 30-33.
· Megivern, L. (2010). Political, Not Partisan: Service-Learning as Social Justice Education. The Vermont Connection, 31, 60-71
· Menchhofer, T. O. (2003). Planting the seeds of emotional literacy: Engaging men and boys in creating change. The Vermont Connection, 24, 43-58.
· Merchant, J. B. (2003). Reflection: Shaping my practice through Jesuit ideals. The Vermont Connection, 24, 142-144.
· Meuser, E. (1990). A perspective on men in universities: The need to be intimate. The Vermont Connection, 11, 42-44.
· Michael, T. L. (1982). Faculty development: An approach to future institutional viability. The Vermont Connection, 3 (2), 11-16.
· Milem, J. & Wolff, S. (1981). On moving on. The Vermont Connection, 2 (2), 39-41.
· Miller, E.K. (2007). Supporting d/Deaf and hard of hearing college students: Considerations for student affairs practitioners. The Vermont Connection, 28, 15-25.
· Miller, S. (2009). The Final Word: HESA, Pathway to an authentic life. The Vermont Connection, 30, 139-140.
· Minetti, R. H. (1998). UVM 1969-1998: Reflections on a program and a profession. The Vermont Connection, 19, 82-86.
· Miser, K. M. (1980). Student affairs: A challenge for the 80’s. The Vermont Connection, 1, 5-10.
· Miser, K. M. (1985). Transition from graduate school to professional: Creating a model. The Vermont Connection, 6, 13-19.
· Miser, K. (2007). The Student Personnel Point of View: A foundation for change. The Vermont Connection, 28, 143-146.
· Miser, K. (2009). Reflection: The Vermont Connection: Some lessons learned. The Vermont Connection, 30, 107-111.
· Monahan, M. M. (2000). Border crossing: Becoming an ally to students of color on predominately white campuses. The Vermont Connection, 21, 107-117.
· Montgomery, M. (1980). Optimistically viewing the future. The Vermont Connection, 1, 44-46.
· Montinieri, P. (1981). Toward a philosophy of discipline. The Vermont Connection, 2 (1), 19-22.
· Montinieri, P. & Montinieri, J. (1986). The last word: A healthy work perspective: Achievable. The Vermont Connection, 7, 39-42.
· Mooko, D. R. (1995).The Asian American college student as model minority: The myth, the deception and the paradox. The Vermont Connection, 16, 47-57.
· Mooko, D. R. (1994). Peer education for multicultural awareness: Training method for the 1990s and beyond. The Vermont Connection, 15, 40-48.
· Moreira, S. (2008). Healing the brotherhood and sisterhood: The healing process of fraternity brothers and sorority sisters of gay men and lesbians. The Vermont Connection, 29, 39-46.
· Moses, M. (1992). Beyond fear: Understanding and consoling grieving students. The Vermont Connection, 13, 52-62.
· Moses, M. (1991). Student affairs’ obsession with political correctness. The Vermont Connection, 12, 5-9.
· Mossler, L. A. (2000). International students on campus: Passports to a rewarding experience. The Vermont Connection, 21, 118-127.
· Muñoz, F. M. (2009). Critical Race Theory and the landscapes of higher education. The Vermont Connection, 30, 53-62.
· Murchison, C. (1987). Homophobia: The challenge for us all. The Vermont Connection, 8, 27-29.
· Murchison, C.M. (1988). Information, knowledge and understanding. The Vermont Connection, 9, 4-8.
· Murray, M. C. (1995). Character education: An ethical choice for higher education. The Vermont Connection, 16, 58-68.
· Murray, M. C. & Traylor, E. A. (1996). Non-using students in a drinking culture: Forming the critical mass. The Vermont Connection, 17, 49-58.
· Murray, M. C. (2009). Reflection: The art of accompaniment: Unexpected lessons in student affairs. The Vermont Connection, 30, 115-118.
· Myers, P. (2010). Reflection: Staying open to transformation. The Vermont Connection, 31, 173-174.

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· Nagai, J. (1997). Maximizing the effectiveness of women's undergraduate leadership programs through intentional outreach. The Vermont Connection, 18, 12-20.
· Nairn, J. (1982). A study of recidivism among disciplined students at the University of Vermont. The Vermont Connection, 4 (1), 28-33.
· Nash, R. J. (2000). It is time for HESA professionals to talk openly about religion in the academy. The Vermont Connection, 21, 174-188.
· Nash, R. J. (1989). The final word: On the paradox of individualism and community in the university. The Vermont Connection, 10, 64-67.
· Nash, R. & Gribbons, J. (1995). Reflections on 25 years in HESA: A conversation with Robert Nash and Jackie Gribbons. The Vermont Connection, 16, 79-86.
· Nash, R. J. (2003). Revisiting the moral conversation. The Vermont Connection, 24, 96-97.
· Negrete, N.E. (2006). The cultural components of leadership development: Examining Latino/a student leadership. The Vermont Connection, 27, 78-87.
· Negrete, N.E. (2007). Bringing visibility to an (in)visible population: Understanding the transgender student experience. The Vermont Connection, 28, 26-38.
· Negrete, N.E. (2007). The Kenneth P. Saurman Award: Relationships and life: Some lessons learned. The Vermont Connection, 28, 148-152 .
· Nelson, S. (1984). Student ratings of faculty teaching effectiveness do make a difference: A look at some of the research. , 5 (2), 21-28.
· Nelson, A. J. (1998). The ending of a plague or the beginning of a new one: Students living with HIV/AIDS. The Vermont Connection, 19, 56-62
· Nestor, E. L. (1999). Individualism versus community: Can colleges and universities balance these competing priorities? The Vermont Connection, 20, 68-72.
· Nestor, E. L. (1997). Kent state revisited: An interview with Dr. Richard Bredemeier. The Vermont Connection, 18, 21-30.
· Nestor, E. L. (2000). My “coming out”. The Vermont Connection, 21, 159-173.

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· O’Keefe, D. & Wilson, S. (1987). Reflections on the job search. The Vermont Connection, 8, 45-48.
· Oliaro, P. M. (1991). The final word. The Vermont Connection, 12, 48-52.
· Oliaro, P. (1997). Student affairs imperative: Leadership for tomorrow, today. The Vermont Connection, 18, 31-39.
· Ostermiller, J.A. (2005). Preparing world citizens through higher education: Responsibilities, choices, and implications. The Vermont Connection, 26, 117-127.
· Ouimette, D. (1987). The emerging role of student affairs in the mission of higher education in the 1980s. The Vermont Connection, 8, 5-12.

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· Paine, M. (1986). Strategic planning: Preparing for the future of American higher education. The Vermont Connection, 7, 22-28.
· Pak, J. (2007). Bridging differences: Building community in short-term abroad programs. The Vermont Connection, 28, 112-121 .
· Panelo, N. D. (2010). The model minority student: Asian American students and the relationships between acculturation to western values, family pressures, and mental health concerns. The Vermont Connection, 31, 147-155.
· Parke, L & Pehlke, J. (2004). Get on the train or get out of the way: Taking the pulse. The Vermont Connection, 25, 47-56.
· Patel, V. (2010). Challenging the monolithic Asian American identity on campus: A context for working with South Asian American student. The Vermont Connection, 31, 72-81.
· Patterson, R. (1992). The final word. The Vermont Connection, 13, 63-66.
· Pehlke, J. (2005). Risking humility to the point of perfection: A reflection on transition. The Vermont Connection, 26, 130-134.
· Perez, R. J. (2001). Doogie Howser, M.D. Ph.D. Ed.D.: The myths and realities of gifted students in higher education. The Vermont Connection, 22, 61-70.
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· Phillips, K. D. (2001). Moving out of the margins: Mattering and the international student experience. The Vermont Connection, 22, 71-80.
· Pigza, J. M. (1995). Learning disabled student in higher education: Hidden disabilities and visible challenge. The Vermont Connection, 16, 69-78.
· Place, A. J. (2008). A college education in exchange for student debt:l Tuition costs and low-income students. The Vermont Connection, 29, 47-53.
· Pollio, M. C. (1993). College choices and student retention and the development of autonomy in first-generation college students. The Vermont Connection, 14, 48-58.
· Pollio, M. (1994). White privilege. The Vermont Connection, 15, 81-83.
· Porter, J. (1988). Educating men about acquaintance rape issues. The Vermont Connection, 9, 13-16.
· Poupore, D. A. (1998). The rising cost of higher education: Whose fault is it?. The Vermont Connection, 19, 64-72.
· Poupore, D. (2007). Creating an inclusive university athletic team through systematic alliance building. The Vermont Connection, 28, 122-131.
· Pratt, J. E., Roberts, C. & Gardner, P. (1983). Interview with Jackie M. Gribbons. The Vermont Connection, 5 (2), 37-41.
· Puches, A. R. (2002). The final word. The Vermont Connection, 23, 117-119.
· Purcell, C. (2010). Breaking the silence: Examining personal preparedness of supporting students living with HIV/AIDS. The Vermont Connection, 31, 156-163.

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· Quirolgico, R. (1993). Confronting AIDS on campus. The Vermont Connection, 14, 59-66.
· Quitolgico, R. (1993). Culture wars: The struggle to define America [book review]. The Vermont Connection, 14, 80-84.

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· Ramaley, J. A. (1998). The making of a budget strategy: Strategic thinking at a public research university. The Vermont Connection, 19, 8-15.
· Ramsay, C. (2006). Group dynamics and race. The Vermont Connection, 27, 15-26.
· Raper, J. A. (1991). Diversity training for resident assistants: A challenge for student affairs professionals. The Vermont Connection, 12, 22-26.
· Raper, J. & Rice, K. (1988). Preparing student affairs professionals to challenge religious students. The Vermont Connection, 9, 20-22.
· Rascon, T. & Strong, A. B. (2010). Acknowledgements. The Vermont Connection, 31, 194-195.
· Rebula, E. (1980). Work-study programs/a career development resource. The Vermont Connection, 1, 11-15.
· Reif, G. (2007). Higher education's missing link: Examining the gap between academic and student affairs and implications for the student experience. The Vermont Connection, 28, 90-99.
· Ricci, J. (1985). Wellness: Bringing it home to the student affairs division. The Vermont Connection, 6, 40-45.
· Robinson, T. (2000). Saint Michael’s College and strategic change. The Vermont Connection, 21, 128-140.
· Russel, M. (1982). Student subcultures at the University of Vermont: The college lifestyle inventory. The Vermont Connection, 4 (1), 11-19.

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· Sadler, K. (2010). Art as activism and education: Creating venues for student involvement and social justice education utilizing Augusto Boal's theater of the oppressed. The Vermont Connection, 31, 82-95.
· Salisbury, D. E. (1990). The admissions representative as educator: Improving the college search process. The Vermont Connection, 11, 36-41.
· Saurman, K. P. (1980). Graduate education in college student personnel: An analysis of eight major programs. The Vermont Connection, 1, 29-36.
· Sawyer, P. (1987). Student development and leadership for the 1980s. The Vermont Connection, 8, 34-38.
· Sauter, J. P., Jr. (2001). Understanding student allies on campus. The Vermont Connection, 22, 81-89.
· Scherer, J. (1999). Leap of faith. The Vermont Connection, 20, 100-105.
· Schneider, W. (2010). Where do we belong? Addressing the needs of transgender students in higher education. The Vermont Connection, 31, 96-106.
· Schultze, B. (2003). Educating the island community: A realization. The Vermont Connection, 24, 59-70.
· Schultze, B. (2004). Creating a better campus: Removing the fear from schizophrenia. The Vermont Connection, 25, 29-44.
· Semenow, L. B. (2008). Creating a welcoming community for international students. The Vermont Connection, 29, 54-63.
· Shaffer, R. H. (1984). Critical dimensions of student affairs in the 80’s and 90’s. The Vermont Connection, 5 (2), 8-14.
· Shaffer, R. H. (1989). Looking toward the 21st century with student affairs. The Vermont Connection, 10, 5-8.
· Shahan, K. (1997). Missing the boat: Student affairs and campus gambling. The Vermont Connection, 18, 40-47.
· Shapiro, P. (1994). Working in the minefield: Confronting liability issues in campus communities. The Vermont Connection, 15, 49-56.
· Shiner, T. R. (2005). The final word: Nontraditional references. The Vermont Connection, 26, 136-141.
· Shiner, T. R. (2003). On the out and out. The Vermont Connection, 24, 71-82.
· Shiner, T. R. & Spiegel, S. (2003). Ally immersion: A new look at anti-racist work. The Vermont Connection, 24, 83-94.
· Slone, J. (1997). The HESA years revisited: Reflections from a recent graduate. The Vermont Connection, 18, 79-84.
· Smith, S. (2004). The final word. The Vermont Connection, 25, 101-106.
· Sprong, T. (1980). A profile: Jackie Gribbons. The Vermont Connection, 1, 24-28.
· Stonely, P. J. & Stonely, K. N. (1994). Visioning models for the millennium: A strategic tool for educational leaders. The Vermont Connection, 15, 57-63.
· Strong, A.B. (2007). Educating for power: How higher education contributes to the stratification of social class. The Vermont Connection, 28, 51-59.
·Sturdivant, A.A. (2008). The final word. The Vermont Connection, 29, 120-130.
· Sulaiman, S. (2005). Beyond the rhetoric: "Supporting" graduate students of color. The Vermont Connection, 26, 7-14.
· Summers, R. (1999). If we don’t do it well, someone else will: How TQM made a difference at one university. The Vermont Connection, 20, 94-99.
· Summers, R. & Summers, P. (1981). Commuter marriages: A viable option. The Vermont Connection, 2 (1), 12-18.

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· Taylor, J. D. (1989). Situational advising: A tool for advising student organizations effectively. The Vermont Connection, 10, 52-56.
· Thomas, K. (1983). Regaining our perspective: The student of the 80’s. The Vermont Connection, 4 (2), 5-7.
· Toomey, C. (2009). Editor's Note: Honoring the past, embracing the present, & preparing for the future. The Vermont Connection, 30, 5-6.
· Traylor, E. A. (1996). Catalysts for progress: The student affairs educator's role in the prevention of heterosexism on campus. The Vermont Connection, 17, 59-68.
· Turner Kelly, B. (2005). History of antiracism education: Lessons for today's practitioners. The Vermont Connection, 26, 55-68.
· Turner Kelly, B. (2006). The final word: Seek that which is, but is not apparent. The Vermont Connection, 27, 108-113.

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· Valencia, I. G. & Childs, S. M. (2008). Nuestros días de desarrollo: Days unfolding. The Vermont Connection, 29, 93-104.
· Van der Veer, G. & Dutka, M. (1982). Women in student personnel: A perspective. The Vermont Connection, 3 (2), 5-10.
· Van Jura, M. J. (2010). Tradition today: How student affairs professionals can strengthen and preserve campus traditions. The Vermont Connection, 31, 107-116.
· VanderKelen, B. (1993). An interview with Alexander W. Astin. The Vermont Connection, 14, 67-73.
· Vanderkelen, B. (1983). Becoming a truly American institution. The Vermont Connection, 4 (2), 43-45.
· Vanderkelen, B. (1982). Collective bargaining in higher education. The Vermont Connection, 3 (1), 4-10.
· Vaughn, L. (1983). Coping with the computer revolution. The Vermont Connection, 4 (2), 27-34.
· Verrier, D. A. (1982). Student personnel career search: An investigation of career mobility of UVM graduates. The Vermont Connection, 3 (2), 33-39.
· Victoria, N. (2007). A+ does not mean all Asians: The model minority myth and implications for higher education. The Vermont Connection, 28, 80-8.

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· Walbert, J. E. (1998). Defending rising costs of higher education: Looking beyond the packaging. The Vermont Connection, 19, 73-80.
· Walbert, J.E. (2008). A bird's eye view. The Vermont Connection, 29, 106-108.
· Walthour, L. C. (1992). Service-learning as a technique of multicultural education. The Vermont Connection, 13, 15-20.
· Watkins, B. L. A missing peace: The lesbian, gay, and bisexual individual's place in the cultural pluralism movement. The Vermont Connection, 17, 69-78.
· Weber, B. (1999). Respecting the mission of education: The imaginary reality of the dominant tradition unveiled. The Vermont Connection, 20, 73-81.
· Wegner, J. (2004). Reflection: Love the questions. The Vermont Connection, 25, 96-99.
· Wells, A.M. (2008). Trends of population growth and student demographic change in the state of California. The Vermont Connection, 29, 64-71.
· Whitten, E. H. (1989). Commitment to diversity: Students of color and the residence hall living experience. The Vermont Connection, 10, 15-20.
· Wieferich, R.J. (2005). Homosexuality and faith: When identity development intersects. The Vermont Connection, 26, 25-33.
· Williamson, W. (2003). The new buzzword in student affairs. The Vermont Connection, 24, 133-140.· Wilson, S. (1985). Leadership and moral development. The Vermont Connection, 6, 27-34.
· Wilson, T. L. (1996). Cool like that: Exploring the world of historically black fraternities and sororities. The Vermont Connection, 17, 79-88.
· Wilson, T. L. (1997). Shelby and me. The Vermont Connection, 18, 63-72.
· Wilson, T. L. (1998). The Alverno question. The Vermont Connection, 19, 87-94.
· Wingate, J. (2009). Writing as disclosure therapy: An analysis of technique. The Vermont Connection, 30, 63-71.
· Woods, H. (1982). Critical path consciousness: Reflections on time with R. Buckminster Fuller. The Vermont Connection, 3 (2), 17-24.
· Wright, M. (2010). The invisibles: Reparative forms of scholarly expression. The Vermont Connection, 31, 164-165.

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· Young, R. (1983). The regeneration gap. The Vermont Connection, 4 (2), 8-18,

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· Zacker, J. (1985). “Student development in tomorrow’s higher education”: Have we responded to Robert Brown’s challenge?. The Vermont Connection, 6, 7-12.
· Zelesky, J. A. (2001). Legacy student development: The costs and benefits of privilege. The Vermont Connection, 22, 90-98
· Zoll, M. J. (1989). Preventing roommate conflicts by encouraging communication: The roommate compatibility exercise. The Vermont Connection, 10, 48-51.
· Zoll, M. (1988). Sudden death and the community grieving process in residence halls. The Vermont Connection, 9, 9-12.
· Zygadlo, K. (1994). College transition problems of rural youth. The Vermont Connection, 15, 64-71.

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