In winter, Vermonters can see further across the stark landscape,
noticing things that are less visible with foliage on the trees.
Mary McCallum says it offers a better
view of an architectural detail that serves as a beacon to travelers and
Every time there’s a national tragedy involving
guns, there often follows a conversation about violence and video games. We talk with
professors from Champlain College about how they teach the next generation of video
game designers and how they think about the role of violence in games.
A group of concerned residents in Burlington wants to create a co-operative to buy the city’s
embattled telecommunications utility. The grassroots idea comes as city officials are hoping
to settle a federal lawsuit aimed at reclaiming taxpayer money from the
municipally-owned Burlington Telecom.
Anne, Knowles, chair of the Geography Department at Middllebury, talks with Vermont Edition about her recent American Ingenuity Award from the Smithsonian Magazine for using GIS technology to understand historical events.
Vermont’s court system and Department of Motor Vehicles have spent nearly $20 million on computer systems that do not work. We’ll explore why there have been so many failures in the state’s efforts to modernize its technology systems.