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Alexandre Silberman

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Alexandre Silberman, 18, is a reporter and multimedia journalist. Outside of the BHS Register, his work has appeared in publications such as USA TODAY, the Huffington Post, the Burlington Free Press, the Addison County Independent and Kids VT Magazine. He is a former Al Neuharth Free Spirit Scholar, and runner up for National High School Journalist of the Year. Alexandre received the Journalism Education Association's Student Journalist Impact Award for his reporting on teacher contract negotiations. He currently serves as an Los Angeles Times HS Insider Youth Advisory Board Member. In April 2016, Alexandre travelled to Cuba to document the first American youth baseball exchange since the embargo. He enjoys hiking and reading in his spare time.

'It's a Bad Idea:' The Problems of the Auditorium Study Hall

75 teenage students. Two teachers. Poor lighting and internet. For Burlington High School Social Studies teacher Ron MacNeil, this chaos is an experience he...

Too Young to Smoke?

When Vermonters turn 18 they can vote and serve in the military, but a new piece of legislation might change the smoking age to...

GALLERY: Community speaks at board meeting

Photos: Alexandre Silberman/Register

District, Police Monitoring Potential Clown Incidents

The Burlington Police Department is monitoring social media postings of potential incidents involving clowns, according to a statement released on Wednesday. “The Police Department...

Seahorses Win First Title Since 2008

Senior Seraphin Iradukunda second-half strike was all Burlington needed on Saturday as the Seahorses (17-1) defeated Essex for their first Division 1 crown since...

BHS Soccer Strikes in OT to Head to Championship

90 minutes of competitive high school soccer on Tuesday came down to one decisive kick. In sudden death overtime, BHS senior Arun Karki dribbled...

BHS: Reaching Proficiency?

How much do students really know when they graduate high school? For some educators, this question has propelled a new system of teaching: proficiency-based learning....

The Week of a Lifetime

My Experience at the Al Neuharth Free Spirit and Journalism Conference At a time when the television industry was taking over and the newspaper industry...