The Vermont Cynic

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The Vermont Cynic is the award-winning student newspaper of the University of Vermont (UVM). The Cynic has been published since 1883 (as The University Cynic). Up until 1985, The Cynic was published using movable type. The Cynic has been published online since 2001. It distributes 4,500 copies every week to locations on-campus and in downtown Burlington.

The Vermont Cynic won the Associated Collegiate Press' Newspaper Pacemaker award in October 2011,[1] widely considered the Pulitzer Prize of student journalism. In October 2012, The Vermont Cynic won the Associated Collegiate Press' Online Pacemaker award.[2]

The University of Vermont does not have a journalism program. Students wishing to receive course credit for their work on the paper can enroll in related courses offered through UVM.

Editorial board[edit]

For Spring 2018:

  • Editor-in-Chief: Erika B. Lewy
  • Managing Editor: Greta Bjornson
  • Arts Editor: Bridget Higdon
  • Features Editor: Maggie Richardson
  • Copy Chief: George Seibold
  • Layout Editor: Eileen O'Connor
  • Life Editor: Izzy Siedman
  • News Editor: Lauren Schnepf
  • Opinion Editor: Sydney Liss-Abraham
  • Photo Editors: Phil Carruthers and Alek Fleury
  • Social Media Editor: Sorrel Galantowitz
  • Sports Editor: Eribert Volaj
  • Multimedia Editor: Dean Wertz
  • Web Editor: Connor Allen
  • Advertising Manager: Kaysie Smith
  • Faculty Adviser: Chris Evans

Notable alumni[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "2011 ACP Newspaper Pacemaker Winners". Associated College Press. Archived from the original on November 29, 2014. Retrieved November 14, 2014. 
  2. ^ "2012 ACP Online Pacemaker Winners". Associated College Press. Retrieved November 14, 2014. 

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