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UVM Searches For New President, Balanced Budget
Thursday, 07/14/11
By John Dillon
As the University of Vermont looks for a new president, it's also searching for a new way to balance its books. VPR Special Series: UVM At A Crossroads Comment: What should the future hold for UVM?  
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Powering Up: The Gaz Metro Purchase Of CVPS
Thursday, 07/14/11
By Jane Lindholm
Where does the agreed-upon sale of CVPS to Gaz Metro go in the months ahead? We look at the approval process. Plus, VPR's John Dillon recaps our "UVM At A Crossroads" series. And, we visit the Museum of Everyday Life in Glover.
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Taking Stock Of UVM's Expansion Strategy
Wednesday, 07/13/11
By John Dillon
The University of Vermont has been in a growth phase. The expansion plan was the cornerstone of President Dan Fogel's strategy to shore up the school's financial base and to build revenues for the future, but has it worked? VPR Special Series: UVM At A Crossroads Comment: What should the future hold for UVM?
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Sheep Go Back To School At UVM
Friday, 06/24/11
By Kirk Carapezza
In a throwback to the early 19th century, a flock of sheep graze the green at the University of Vermont to promote historic tours of the Burlington campus. VIDEO: Grazing On The Green Earlier: UVM Traces Its History With Walking Tour  
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UVM Trustees May Have Asked Fogel To Step Down
Friday, 06/03/11
By John Dillon
University of Vermont president Dan Fogel announced in March he would leave his job next year. Now emails suggest that decision may not have been voluntary.
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UVM Looks Forward
Wednesday, 04/20/11
By Jane Lindholm
Last month, when University of Vermont President Daniel Fogel announced he is retiring, it opened a search for a new leader and an opportunity to assess how UVM is meeting it challenges.
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Dispensaries: The Alternative To Growing Your Own Medical Marijuana
Thursday, 03/24/11
By Jane Lindholm
Senate Bill 17 would set up medical marijuana dispensaries in the state. We hear why the bill was proposed and the reservations some have with it. Plus, University of Vermont President Daniel Fogel explains the reasons he will be leaving the post. And, we get a glimpse of artwork that was created from trash.
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UVM Faculty Say Academics Shortchanged
Tuesday, 02/08/11
Faculty members at the University of Vermont are planning a news conference this week to underscore their concern about shrinking funding for academic pursuits.
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UVM Wants To Reduce Size Of Tuition Increase
Tuesday, 04/13/10
Administrators at the University of Vermont want to reduce the size of their proposed tuition increase for next year.
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Live Performance: The Tom Cleary Trio
Monday, 04/12/10
By George Thomas
The Tom Cleary Trio, including Tom on piano, John Rivers on bass and Jeff Salisbury on drums, join George Thomas for live jazz in VPR's Performance Studio. All three teach in UVM's Jazz Studies Program.
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UVM Women Face Notre Dame Tonight
Tuesday, 03/23/10
By Ross Sneyd
Vermont's women's basketball team gets its first opportunity to play in the second round of the NCAA tournament tonight. The team goes up against Notre Dame on the home turf of the Fighting Irish.
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UVM Football
Friday, 11/14/08
By Brian Porto
College football is in full swing, causing commentator Brian Porto to think about the status of football at the University of Vermont.
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Interview: UVM's Sarah Carleton On Theater In A Down Economy
Friday, 11/20/09
UVM Theatre puts on its final performances this weekend of "You Can't Take it With You" by George Kaufman and Moss Hart.  The play was written in the 1930's but its themes are just a relevant in today's economic downturn. Sarah Carleton directed the play, she speaks with VPR's Peter Biello.
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UVM Women Move Forward In NCAA Tournament
Monday, 03/22/10
The University of Vermont women's basketball team will move forward in the NCAA tournament. Courtnay Pilypaitis and May Kotsopoulos made sure Vermont didn't panic after squandering a 14-point lead against Wisconsin.
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UVM Women To Play Wisconsin In NCAA
Tuesday, 03/16/10
The University of Vermont women's basketball team will play Wisconsin in the opening round of the NCAA Tournament.
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UVM Basketball Poised For Big Weekend
Saturday, 03/13/10
By Steve Zind
Both the men's and women's teams are playing for conference championships- and the opportunity to move on to the NCAA tournament. 
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Senate Considers Donor Anonymity Amendment
Tuesday, 03/09/10
By Mitch Wertlieb
The Vermont Senate considers a bill today that will grant anonymity to donors who give to the University of Vermont and other public colleges in the state. 
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What Difference Do Women in Leadership Make?
Wednesday, 03/03/10
Twenty-five years ago, Madeleine Kunin became the first woman to be elected governor of Vermont.  She addressed an anniversary symposium this week at UVM.  You can listen to her speech here.
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Fraternity Reaches Deal To Save Historic House
Friday, 01/29/10
By Ross Sneyd
A historic fraternity house at the University of Vermont, used by some members a few years ago in a cocaine ring, will become central to Burlington's fight against drugs.
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