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One week from today, students will climb into busses and venture far off-campus to undertake a quintessential Sterling endeavor: Expedition! Their four days journeying back to campus through the snowy woods will shape their Sterling experience in much the same way that Expedition itself shapes Sterling. Please support our students and the College by joining an amazing group of parents and alumni that has created the inaugural Expedition challenge by matching all donations from parents and alumni to the Sterling Fund during Expedition from December 15 to 18. You can make a pledge by emailing Topher Bordeau, or give to the College during Expedition through the link in our bio. #expeditionchallenge #reachyourpeak

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Deadline extended! Go forth and capture the small moments that bring us joy, that keep us going, that hold us together! #scvtkindness #scvtcommunity #scvtenvironmentalhumanities #thisissterling

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❄🎵"Walking in a winter wonderland"🎵❄ #sterlingcollegevt #snow #winterwonderland

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Nothing like some quality time with cows and horses to melt away all our end of semster stresses. The livestock crew held a therapeutic cuddle session yesterday in the barn to help students de-stress #scvtsustainableagriculture #scvtsustainablefoodsystems #rianfriedcenter #barn #farm #cows

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A big thank you to everyone who came out to our taste testing! We hope you enjoyed the food as much as we loved making it #scvtsustainablefoodsystems #scvtcommunity #sterlingeats #sterlingcollegevt

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Nutrition students are getting ready for a taste testing tonight at 5 pm tonight in Dunbar! #sterlingcollegevt #scvtsustainablefoodsystems #sterlingeats

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Student Wendy Vasquez showed the Tropical Ecosystems and Culture class how to make a Maya beverage called atol de elote. Known as The Drink of the Gods, this cultural drink is made from corn, cacao, milk, and cinnamon. #atole #tropicalculture #sterlingcollegevt

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Jackson Dam

In June, faculty member Farley Brown ’85 presented the results of an eighteen month investigation into the ecology and natural history of Hardwick Lake, undertaken at the behest of the…

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Local Cheesemakers Sweep Awards at American Cheese Society Show

Cheeses from Sterling College-area creameries won big at the 33rd annual American Cheese Society (ACS) show, held on July 29, 2016 in Des Moines, Iowa. The Rian Fried Center for…

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Phillip John Carter ’03

Phillip John Carter, 33, of Salem, NH passed away on June 16th from injuries sustained in a tragic motor vehicle accident. Phill was born on March 15, 1982 in Somerville,…

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