The University of Vermont graduate and adaptive skiing pioneer last year made the first disabled descent of Denali, the highest peak in North America.
The snowboarding legend in 2007 founded Protect Our Winters to mobilize outdoor athletes, businesses, scientists and winter sports enthusiasts to take action against climate change.
The president of the Vermont chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics says “it’s too early to predict” how the Omicron variant will change the course of the pandemic in children.
The Yale philosophy professor and author of the bestselling book, “How Fascism Works,” warns that Donald Trump and his followers employ classic fascist tactics to spread their message and secure power.
The state’s lone member of the U.S. House believes the failed coup of January 2021 was a rehearsal for a successful one.
The state’s health commissioner discusses the contagious new Covid-19 variant, the changing paradigm of tracking the pandemic, and the role of public health in a wide-ranging crisis.
Don Hooper and Bill Mares have a new book, I Could Hardly Keep from Laughing: An Illustrated Collection of Vermont Humor.
The activist and Yale School of Public Health epidemiologist says the Biden’s administration’s attempt to vaccinate our way out of the problem is not working.
New England’s deepening pandemic has been accompanied by a backlash against public health professionals, according to Dartmouth’s Anne Sosin and Boston University’s Jon Levy.
Journalist Porter Fox chronicles the alarming impacts of climate change in his new book, The Last Winter: The Scientists, Adventurers, Journeymen, and Mavericks Trying to Save the World.
Half of America’s 2 million farms made less than $300 in 2019, according to author Beth Hoffman. That’s a recipe for poverty, not success.
Author Tanja Hester argues that while Americans buy a lot, we may be leaving something on the table: our power to leverage change based on how we use our money.
The legendary physicist and author has just published a new book, “Patterns of Connection: Essential Essays from Five Decades.”
The acclaimed author, who is on the faculty of the Vermont College of Fine Arts, said that her new young adult book on the Black Panthers “carries the power to inspire young people to say, ‘Oh I see myself in this and I’m going to use my voice.’”