Fueling Olympians

U.S. Sailing Team sailboats lined up in the San Francisco Bay.

As people around the world tune in to the 2021 Olympic Games, Hannah Feinberg ’17 will be watching to ensure her athletes – three women on the U.S. Sailing Team – are meeting their nutritional needs.

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UVM Student Becomes Youngest-Ever Public Works Commissioner

Zoë Kennedy has been advocating for a more sustainable transportation system in Burlington for the past year as an intern with Sustainable Transportation Vermont – a College of Arts & Sciences internship program.

Now, the Environmental Studies major will be at the table crafting policy decisions for Burlington.

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Sabi Ward '24 and Lisa Goldberg carry stuffed catamount

A Catamount Comes Out

Sophie Feldman ’22 quietly, gently reaches out with a soft brush and dabs the tail feathers of a magnificent duck. It sits perfectly still. In fact, it’s been sitting still for decades, collecting dust in the lobby of Benedict Auditorium on campus—one member of a remarkable, but neglected, taxidermy collection of stuffed birds and other creatures that extends back to at least the 1850s.

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