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Monthly Archives: April 2012

Kick off Connect the Dots / Climate Impact Day

What — Bill McKibben kicks off 350.org’s global “Connect the Dots” day with a Vermont press conference and photo shoot at the site of the former covered bridge in Rockingham, Vermont! Where — The metal bridge in Rockingham– a temporary one until the historic covered bridge is rebuilt  When — This Saturday, April 28, at […]

Congratulations Max!

Needed This Saturday

Dear Friends and Colleagues, Dave Matthews Band (here is a way to put people into factions) has a song called “Pig.” In it, Dave sings: “Don’t burn the pig. Don’t throw the day away.” With this in mind, we don’t want to jump ahead of the cornucopia of ways to get involved, learn something, and […]

Leadership Workshop

Saturday, April 21st     Students for Community Outreach and Eduction (SCORE) presents the 2nd Annual Leadership Workshop and Luncheon         11:00am – 2:00pm              “A Workshop for Law Students & Community Leaders For The              Purpose of Empowering Them to Be 21st Century World Changers” Professional Life Coach Brad Keller will host a […]

Something to Be Proud Of

Last night, the House Chamber of the Vermont State House was packed with citizens who testified unanimously in support of H. 722, an act relating to the labeling of food produced with genetic engineering.  Several of your colleagues – Taylor Curtis, Rebekah Weber, James Maroney, Jennifer Snow, and Josh Donabedian (with the assistance and support […]

Navajo Peacemaking Presentation Today on Campus

Just a friendly reminder that there will be a Navajo Peacemaking presentation TODAY at 5PM.  Here is some information about the three speakers: Louise Grant is from Standing Horse (Dilkon, Arizona).  She is from the Tséníjíkiní (Cliff Dwelling Clan) and born for Táchii’nii (Red-Running-Into-The-Water Clan).  Her maternal grandfather’s clan is Tótsóhnii (Big Water Clan), and […]

It’s Lorax Time Again!

“Unless someone like you cares  a whole awful lot,  nothing is going to get better. It’s not.” Please join the Environmental Law Society and Environmental Education Group Tuesday April 10th, at 12:45  in Chase Center For a showing of  The Lorax Presented by the Sharon Elementary 5th grade and Kindergarten Class