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  • GI Janes
  • GI Janes

    With two female commanders, Norwich University's cadets make history - again
    Traditions run deep at Norwich University, the nation’s oldest private military college, and few traditions are more sacred to military life than the Corps…

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  • Connect the Dots
  • Connect the Dots

    State of the Arts
    If you haven’t yet made it to Stowe’s Helen Day Art Center to see “Wafaa Bilal: Agent Intellect,” you’ve still got another month, and…

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  • Sisters Without Borders
  • Sisters Without Borders

    A Burlington journalist recounts the stories of women in war-torn Baghdad
    When American soldiers marched into Iraq in 2003, 19-year-old Nunu welcomed them. Glad to see the last of Saddam, the Shia Muslim college student…

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  • Corps Confessions
  • Corps Confessions

    Seven Days surveys Norwich cadets on security, liberty and life during wartime
    What do Norwich University cadets think about waterboarding, government eavesdropping and sending more troops into Afghanistan? The answers might surprise you — and they…

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  • Defense Mechanisms
  • Defense Mechanisms

    Here in Vermont, we're surrounded — by military contractors
    If Omni Measurement Systems of Milton ran an ad for its best-selling product, the Advanced Mission Extender Device, it might look something like this: One…

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  • From Bullets to Books
  • From Bullets to Books

    The new GI Bill lands scores of combat vets on VT college campuses
    Consider what it’s like for the tens of thousands of U.S. combat veterans who recently returned from Iraq or Afghanistan and are now entering…

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  • Bullets and Bandages
  • Bullets and Bandages

    A Vermont combat medic tries to reconcile his roles as soldier, healer and man of faith
    When Thomas Middleton enlisted in the Army Reserve in 1985, he never actually expected to go to war. Then a 17-year-old high school student in…

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  • Battle Fatigue
  • Battle Fatigue

    Fair Game
    Remember the good old days? We had a president we loved to hate, wars to end, and Frisbees, er discs, to toss around? Monday…

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  • Exiles on North Street
  • Exiles on North Street

    Vermont's newly arrived Iraqi refugees struggle to rebuild their shattered lives
    Before U.S. forces invaded Iraq in March 2003, Saad Hamid was a prosperous Baghdad businessman. He and his family lived in a comfortable house, with…

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  • Project Censored

    The top 10 news stories the mainstream media ignored this past year
    The daily dispatches and nightly newscasts of the mainstream media regularly cover terrorism, but rarely how the fear of attacks is used to manipulate…

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  • Folk Hero: Warren Kimble
  • Folk Hero: Warren Kimble

    Eyewitness
    The Shelburne Museum opens for the season this weekend with an olfactory rush: “Lilac Sunday” is nearly as renowned as the museum’s vast cache of…

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  • Welch in Washington
  • Welch in Washington

    Vermont's congressman cracks down on war contractor fraud
    It's Tax Day, and a gorgeous spring morning in the nation's capital. The tulips and cherry blossoms are in full bloom, and suit-and-tied lobbyists…

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