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New Duties For RAs

By: Matthew Seaver, Web Editor The Resident Assistants (RA) have been unlocking your door for you since day one. Now they have a few more responsibilities than they have in the past. This year RAs are also helping you find your way around campus, get parking passes and get new ID cards at the help desk … Continue reading


Football is Back, America!

  By: Josh Caredeo, Sports Editor The 2016 National Football League season has begun. The defending Super Bowl champions, the Denver Broncos, defeated the Carolina Panthers 21-20 in the late hours Thursday night. This year has already had its fair share of headlines. As Bill Belichick as famously said before, and I am just paraphrasing, … Continue reading


History of LSC

By Chelsi Byrnes, Features Editor Lyndon State was established in the year 1911. There were three students total and they were all females. As time went on they had increased the amount of years people could attend the college. By the year 1923, Lyndon had their first two year students graduated and previously before that … Continue reading


Open Session On Unification

By: Matthew Seaver, Web Editor The discussion on the unification of Johnson State and Lyndon State College continued with an open session on Thursday, September 8. The Vermont State Colleges Chancellor Jeb Spaulding was joined by Interim LSC President Nolan Atkins and JSC President Elaine Collins. Spaulding began the session by explaining what the unification is … Continue reading