Celebrating a Century of Scholastic Journalism Education

JEA Centennial

CELEBRATING A CENTURY OF SCHOLASTIC JOURNALISM EDUCATION
Celebrating a Century of Scholastic Journalism Education

JEA Centennial

Celebrating a Century of Scholastic Journalism Education

JEA Centennial

Our 100 lists of 100: Vermont

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Straight from New England, today we take a look at the sixth smallest state, Vermont.

Media
1. Bennington Banner
2. Manchester Journal
3. Burlington Free Press
4. Rutland Herald
5. Brattleboro Reformer
6. Caledonian Record
7. Times Argus
8. Vermont Lawyer
9. The Valley Reporter
10. The Chronicle
11. Newport Daily Express
12. News & Citizen
13. St. Albans Messenger
14. White River Valley Herald
15. Lake Champlain Islander
16. Vermont Standard
17. Stowe Reporter
18. The Other Paper
19. Shelburne News
20. Waterbury Record
21. Lakes Region Free Press
22. VTDigger
23. Seven Days
24. GNAT
25. VPR
26. WEQX
27. WCAX
28. The Underground Workshop
29. UVM Community News Service
30. The Vermont Cynic
31. Vermont Public
32. Media Nation
33. Media Factory
34. MyChamplainValley.com

Journalists
35. Barrie Dunsmore
36. Bill Arkin
37. Tom Powers
38. Steve Benen
39. James Bandler
40. Sue Halpern
41. Michael Hastings
42. Barbara Galpin
43. Rudyard Kipling
44. Bill McKibben
45. Dorothy Canfield Fisher

Vermont Colleges with Journalism Degrees
46. University of Vermont
47. Bennington College
48. Saint Michael’s College
49. Champlain College
50. Landmark College
51. Vermont State University
52. Goddard College

Organizations
53. Vermont Association of Broadcasters
54. New England Newspaper and Press Association
55. New England Scholastic Press Association
56. Vermont Press Association
57. New England First Amendment Coalition

Authors with Vermont Ties
58. Annie Proulx
59. Julia Alvarez
60. Joseph A. Citro
61. Shirley Jackson
62. MT Anderson
63. Chris Bohjalian
64. Robert Frost
65. Wallace Stegner
66. Pearl S. Buck
67. Philip Baruth
68. John Irving

Vermont Politicians Through the Years
69. Sen. Bernie Sanders
70. Gov. Jim Douglas
71. Gov. Madeleine Kunin
72. Gov. Howard Dean
73. Sen. Patrick Leahy
74. Pres. Calvin Coolidge
75. Pres. Chester A. Arthur

Vermont’s Printing History
76. Alden and Judah Spooner were considered Vermont’s Official Printers
77. 1781 – Vermont’s first newspaper was established by Judah Spooner
78. Spooner’s The Vermont Gazette a.k.a. Green Mountain Post Boy lasts for two years
79. Alden Spooner then used the printing press to publish The Vermont Journal – which was published until 1965
80. Their printing press, now known as the Dresden Press, is located in the Vermont Historical Society Museum in Montpelier
81. Many believe this printing press was the very first one ever brought to the U.S., in 1683 by Stephen Daye

Uniquely Vermont
82. Champie
83. The Bennington Triangle
84. Phineas Gage surviving an iron rod through his skull
85. Lake Sadawga’s floating island
86. Jake Burton and Burton Snowboards
87. Putney, Vt. – The Birthplace of “Free Love”
88. Mormon Founder Joseph Smith’s Birthplace
89. The Shrewsbury cow named Jessica and her moose suitor
90. Bristol’s Outhouse Races
91. Stick Season
92. Mud Season
93. Hildene
94. Phish
95. Noah Kahan
96. Ben and Jerry’s
97. The Orb of the Valley
98. The Long Trail
99. Cremees
100. Marble Quarries

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