LYNDON — A timeline of higher education is now on display at Vermont State University, featuring high points of the institution’s 112-year history. In 1911, it was known as a Lyndon Training Course and classes were offered on the campus of Lyndon Institute. Now it’s called Vermont State University-Lyndon and includes multiple buildings on a vast campus. From 1961 to 2018, it was called Lyndon State College. Four panels are mounted side-by-side near the entrance of the university’s Vail Museum. A dedication ceremony is planned for Saturday, timed to happen on Homecoming weekend. A ribbon-cutting is set for 1:30 p.m., and the public is invited.
- Drivers need to be alert and cautious because moose are on the move
- Fans of Fairbanks Museum eager to explore the much-anticipated Science Annex will have to wait a bit longer