Category Archives: Featured Projects

The six most recent projects added to this category will be shown on the home page. Use this to highlight the CCPI’s best work!

Your Internship

Champlain graduate Molly Abrahamson writes from the vantage point of a college senior to provide a clear, sympathetic, helpful, funny guide to help undergraduate students through the daunting but ultimately rewarding process of securing and surviving their first internships. Your Internship: How to Find, Land It, Survive it and Make the Most of It on […]

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Tuned-In Family

An engaging parenting guide, Tuned-In Family is based on the digital philosophy that holding conversations about technology use in families is essential. Elaine Young writes about creating boundaries in an online world that align with family values. The book was published in 2014. CCPI students edited, designed, and laid out the print book and eBook […]

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Best Student Creative Nonfiction

Best Student Creative Non-Fiction is an anthology for young writers, arranged in a developmental sequence that demonstrates the stages that build up to a major finished piece. These are 14 compelling stories about sex, drugs and, death; they are about self-discovery; they take risks. This is an anthology meant just for writers. The first edition […]

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Titled in honor of the Champlain College motto, “Let Us Dare,” Audeamus is an annual collection of student essays celebrating excellence in Champlain’s Core division. Essays are nominated by Core faculty members and are preceded by introductory blurbs written by the nominating professors. Champlain Publishing works in concert with the Core Division to edit and […]

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Weathervane Magazine

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 Champlain College Publishing Initiative (CCPI) and CCM Dean Paula Willoquet-Maricondi. Weathervane features news stories and profiles showcasing CCM students, faculty, and alumni. It celebrates the […]

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