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Because to Witness Their Graceful Flight Is Worth the Hurricane

Before I moved to Craftsbury Common, it seemed like I hadn’t seen a butterfly in years. While I hesitate to call Rutland a “city” in the truest sense of the…

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More Than Just a Board

On a crisp, golden fall morning in Northern Vermont, Sterling College’s Cultural Ecology course traveled via imagination to the warm, emerald waters of Hawai’i. Here in this place of bold…

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Touring with the Bike Barons

A brief history of the Bike Barons In the early days of the College’s history as a Work College Erik Hansen, Sterling’s first Dean of Work, came up with the…

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