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Two Students Attend National Pitch Competition; One Wins 2nd-place Cash Prize!

Two Southern Vermont College (SVC) Business and Sustainable Ventures students, Ally McNamee and Nikolas Joseph, received an invitation as finalists to the St. Louis University’s (SLU) sixth annual “Real Elevator Pitch” competition. Since the inception of the Sustainable Ventures Program within The McCormick Division of Business in 2015, Associate Professor Jeb Gorham and…

Artist Barbara Ackerman to Talk on Exhibit at SVC’s Gallery: Nov. 16

Artist Barbara Ackerman will talk about her latest body of work, “Personal Geography,” on Thursday, November 16, 5:30 p.m., at Southern Vermont College’s Burgdorff Gallery. Her current exhibit is on display in the Gallery through November 28. Inspired by the poetry of her physical surroundings, Ackerman will speak to using brush, pattern and…

Local Middle Schoolers to Compete in Sarnoff Speech Contest: Nov. 19

Students from area middle schools will participate in the Annual Sarnoff Speech Contest at Southern Vermont College (SVC) on Sunday, November 19, at 2 p.m. in Everett Mansion’s Theatre. Every year, the Sarnoff Speech Contest is managed by SVC students in the Quest for Success Class, “Speak Up and Speak Out.” The contest…

Vet Dr. Peter Geannelis Contributes to Baseball Field Renovation

The Southern Vermont College community is thankful to Dr. Peter Geannelis for generously donating supplies, equipment and personal labor to recondition the College’s baseball field. Members of the College’s baseball team and facilities staff assisted with the field restoration. Dr. Geannelis donated seven palettes (3,500 square feet) of Kentucky Bluegrass sod and purchased…

Nursing Students to Raise Funds for Healthcare Trip to East Africa

Some students learn best in a classroom, but students from the Nursing program at Southern Vermont College in Bennington, will be taking their learning to a whole new setting. Junior and senior nursing students will be traveling to East Africa to learn how culture plays a part in healthcare in a developing nation….

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