Coralee Holm, Director of Community & Alumni Relations

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Big Heavy World Relocates to Burlington College

Posted by Coralee Holm, Director of Community & Alumni Relations

Sep 23, 2014 10:56:00 AM

Independent Music Office To Enliven Campus

Big Heavy World, a volunteer-staffed nonprofit organization dedicated to preserving and promoting Vermont-made music, has relocated to the campus of Burlington College. 
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Topics: Community Engagement

Board of Trustees Announces Transition Team to Lead

Posted by Coralee Holm, Director of Community & Alumni Relations

Sep 1, 2014 5:30:00 PM

transition_teamThe Burlington College Board of Trustees is pleased to announce the formation of a transition team to lead the College while it searches for a new President to replace Christine Plunkett, who resigned last week.

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The Rest of the Story: Facts about Recent Media Coverage

Posted by Coralee Holm, Director of Community & Alumni Relations

Aug 28, 2014 11:00:00 AM

Over the last several weeks, the local media has run numerous stories about the College. There have been many inaccurate or incomplete statements published. Despite several interviews with reporters, the full answers to the questions have not been reflected in the resulting stories. We've gathered the following statements made by the media and shared our facts, as they relate to each one.

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Topics: Community Engagement, Campus

Burlington College Watches Finances as it Grows into its New Campus

Posted by Coralee Holm, Director of Community & Alumni Relations

Jul 7, 2014 12:23:00 PM

In 2011, Burlington College moved from the 16,000 square foot Colodny building up North Avenue to its current location. Within the 90,000 square feet of the former Burlington Catholic Diocese headquarters, the College is bustling with students and community events, and working to meet the vision set forth during the purchase of the new campus and subsequent change in leadership. As is typical of any evolving business, the College’s growth is not without bumps in the road.

Following its recent review of Burlington College, the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC), which accredits educational institutions in New England, placed the College on probation status for up to two years for failure to meet one of eleven standards. The standard of concern is based on financial resources, and does not relate to the College’s academic strengths. Burlington College remains accredited during the period of probation.

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Burlington College at Sundance: Art is Most Appreciated by Those Who Love It

Posted by Coralee Holm, Director of Community & Alumni Relations

Feb 10, 2014 9:30:00 AM

This post is by August Cyr '16, a Cinema Studies and Film Production major at Burlington College. Each year, the College sends a group of students to the Sundance Film Festival to learn from those that have been chosen to present their films. Matt WohlFaculty Chair of the Film School,  led the trip.

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Topics: Film

Ethan Allen Nights Opens in The Gallery

Posted by Coralee Holm, Director of Community & Alumni Relations

Jan 29, 2014 11:24:31 AM

Tonight, Ethan Allen Nights opens in The Gallery at Burlington College. An opening reception begins at 5 p.m. and includes the artist talking about her work. The show runs from January 29 to February 28, 2014. 

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Topics: The Gallery

I Cannot Go There....Music in Gaza

Posted by Coralee Holm, Director of Community & Alumni Relations

Dec 30, 2013 2:32:00 PM

In many ways the concert was similar to others that Burlington College Director of Music and violinist Michael Dabroski has performed: a church full of eager faces, engaged by Michael’s animated play, enthralled with the symmetrical beauty of Bach’s chamber music. Only this December concert was in the Gaza Strip, a highly populated war-sieged strip of land, currently under flood conditions with unemployment exceeding 70 percent, attended by a people of Muslim and Christian faiths starved for art and music and freedom.

It was no easy task getting into (and out of) Gaza and included a chauffeured armored escort with the French consulate and a six-hour wait through a Hamas checkpoint. Currently the United States does not recognize the government of Gaza, and warns its citizens about entering the area.

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Topics: Music

Photography Alum Discovers New Techniques

Posted by Coralee Holm, Director of Community & Alumni Relations

Aug 6, 2013 11:30:00 AM

Roy Mercon attempted what no photographer had done before; his groundbreaking discoveries as a photography andfilm 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 with time lapse photography. 

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Topics: Photography, Alumni

Alumni Film Makers Have Skyrocketing Success

Posted by Coralee Holm, Director of Community & Alumni Relations

Jul 9, 2013 12:00:00 PM

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.

The Inspiration

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Topics: Alumni

Internship Opportunity Shows Promise for Burlington College Woodworking Students

Posted by Coralee Holm, Director of Community & Alumni Relations

Jul 5, 2013 8:40:00 AM

Alicia Dietz and Robert Palmer both made their way to sunny California to work with furniture-making professionals in internship opportunities students only dream of. 

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Topics: Woodworking

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The College offers Associate, Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Fine Arts degrees, as well as an Individualized Master’s degree program, and several professional certificate programs.

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