Roy Mercon attempted what no photographer had done before; his groundbreaking discoveries as a photography and film student at Burlington College have caused the recently graduated Alum to uncover mediums others have not yet begun to experiment with before in the photography industry. Now what you may ask could this newfound technique be? Well, in simple terms Mercon is known for his fearless act when combining high dynamic range photography
Alternative Press recognized Tyler Daniel Bean’s talent for music after naming him one of 100 Bands You Need to Know in 2013. Bean has taken the music industry by storm as he continues to push the boundaries and further explore the art of producing music. His passion for music led him to produce his first vinyl LP album in 2012, featuring the song, “Longing.” Since the release, Bean has continued to create music in order to make a name for himself. Hi
Vermont has been forever branded as the state with breathtaking foliage and rolling green mountains. Over the years, the state has become notorious for providing a sense of escape for the big-city-lovers around the country. As a result, Vermont has molded itself into a place of serene, solitude away from crazy honking horns and hustle-and-bustle streets. Because of this, Vermont cities tend to slip under the radar when naming regions for their lively city atmosphere.
Burlington College could not stop buzzing after undergraduate, DeWolfe Morrow’s recent honor given at the 2013 Creative Minds in Cannes Film Program. From homeless men on the sidewalk, to a night out similar to the 2009 film, The Hangover, Morrow captivated audiences across the globe with his five-minute film titled, “One Day,” focusing on the significance of equality among humans.
After months of anticipation, Burlington College has begun releasing information in regards to their master plan for expanding and developing the college. For years, Burlington College has taken pride in their ability to maintain a small-college environment with an emphasis on their inescapable views of Lake Champlain behind its main campus. However, Burlington College faculty and staff feel it is time for change.
Imagine graduating from college and having famous figures in the directing industry swarming at the chance to hire you. Well, for Mark Covino and Jeff Howlett, that dream became a reality. The two beat the odds of post-graduation blues spent working at a local restaurant bussing tables. Covino and Howlett took their education and hit the ground running with ideas for a film that would inspire people; “A Band Called Death” was born from this determination.
Picked up some fresh local baked goods at Koval's Bakery in Hinesburg to give my visit to Champlain Valley Union High School that little mark of distinction. At 9:00 I met Amy Wardwell and her 20 or so students as they worked on editing their final projects in the media lab. We had a good talk about their curriculum, the students' projects, facilities at CVU and what students were up to after graduation.
To put it plain and simple, people like to travel. The young and the restless are what young adults are branded as, resulting in their constant urge to take off without a moment’s notice to a foreign place. Burlington College students feel this itch that wants to be scratched. This itch has caused hundreds of students at Burlington College to marvel at the chance to expand their horizons and submerge themselves in a culture that is completely opposite of the green mountain state they have known to call home. These particular students have taken the chance to experience the limitless op
Burlington College has announced plans to develop an Institute for Contemplative Studies at the College’s new North Avenue campus. The College is responding to student, faculty and community demand generated from a newly emerging scientific discipline which investigates how we create and maintain a healthy mind.