Tag Archives: Publication

Champlain Alum Book Reading

Kaela Coble graduated from Champlain College with a Bachelor of Science degree in Communication. Her first book, Friends and Other Liars, was published on Feb. 6. Coble will be doing two readings, which will include book sales and signing. The first reading will take place at Phoenix Books in downtown Burlington, on Thursday, Feb. 8 at […]

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CCM Weathervane

Weathervane: CCM’s Digital Magazine Volume 1

Weathervane is the official digital magazine of the Division of Communication and Creative Media, fully produced by students and faculty under the direction of Kim MacQueen, Managing Editor of the Center For Publishing and CCM Dean Paula Willoquet-Maricondi. Weathervane features news stories and profiles showcasing CCM students, faculty, and alumni. It celebrates the talent and achievements of the CCM […]

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CCPI Publishes Audeamus 2014

The Champlain College Publishing Initiative (CCPI)  hosts a book launch for the 2014 edition of Audeamus, a collection of student essays from the CORE Division. Each essay was selected for publication by Champlain College professors. Essays were chosen based on how well the student author demonstrates thorough examination and consideration of a particular topic, ranging from personal essays to global issues. These […]

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Publishing Class Creates Educational Materials

Members of the Publishing in the 21st Century class are working in partnership with Our Golden Hour, a non-profit educational organization from Cambridge, Massachusetts, to create unique and ground-breaking educational materials for indigenous children in schools of the Chittagong Hill Tracts of Bangladesh. Students are creating and publishing writing journals, alphabet stickers, and an anthology of […]

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Willard & Maple

Willard & Maple, an annual literary and fine art magazine founded in 1994, is a student-run publication that aspires to be unique. Willard & Maple includes works of poetry, short fiction, non-fiction, fine art, and reviews. The magazine’s main objective is to “preserve the tradition of the written word, and print quality anthologies that artfully represent the […]

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CCM Faculty Publishes Chapter in Pop Culture Collection

Cheryl Casey, Assistant Professor of Media Communication, has published a chapter in the edited collection, Baby Boomers and Popular Culture: An Inquiry into America’s Most Powerful Generation (2015, Praeger). Casey’s essay, entitled “Let the Games Begin: Baby Boomers, Capitalist Ideology, and the Containment of Gender in Sports Television,” links the emergence of the sports/media complex to the […]

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