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Haunting Stories From Vermont’s Most Infamous Graves

Haunting Stories From Vermont’s Most Infamous Graves
Lea Mihok, Staff writer October 30, 2020

By Lea Mihok   Going to a high school nestled between a thatch of woods and a 148-year-old cemetery is an unusual experience. When school is in person, students eat lunch on the grass...

Burlington students pursue gymnastics outside BHS walls

Photo: Courtesy of Bridget Haggerty
Bridget Haggerty performs her floor routine in front of a panel of judges.
February 12, 2020

Framing the Burlington High School gymnasium are blue and white banners celebrating state championships earned by athletes at BHS. The boys gymnastics team won in the years 1976-1977, 1979-1980, and 1980-1981....

Letter to the Editor: #equalpay jerseys

Letter to the Editor: #equalpay jerseys
November 7, 2019

Don’t get me wrong, I love the #EqualPay jerseys and I fully support closing the gender wage gap. The BHS girls soccer team definitely deserves an applause for bringing the wage gap battle straight...

Hard work pays off: Burlington cross country star runs to the top

Summa leads the pack in last year's Manchester Invitational
Nora Jacobsen September 20, 2019

On September seventh, Burlington High School (BHS) senior Wondu Summa won the Burlington Cross Country Invitational 5,000 meter run by a whopping 58 seconds. The following week he placed third at...

Editorial: this publication is made possible by readers like you. Thank you.

BHS Register Editors. left: Jenna Peterson, above: 
Julia Shannon-Grillo, below: Halle Newman, right: Nataleigh Noble
May 29, 2019

As most of our readers know, The Register spent the first weeks of its year in a First Amendment battle. With our time as an editing team coming to an end, it only seems appropriate that we reflect. To...

50 things to do this summer

50 things to do this summer
May 29, 2019

By Halle Newman There’s one hundred and four days of summer vacation, and school comes along just to end it, so the annual problem of our generation is finding a good way to spend it. Like maybe: Sleep....

An open letter to people who don’t understand hygiene

An open letter to people who don't understand hygiene
May 29, 2019

Dear People Who Do Not Cover Their Mouth/Nose When They Sneeze and Cough, Being around you makes me wish that Hazmat Suits were in fashion. Maybe that way I could evade the germs you are spewing every...

An open letter to people who don’t know how stop signs work

An open letter to people who don't know how stop signs work
May 29, 2019

Dear People Who Do Not Wait Their Turn at Stop Signs, As a new driver, I understand that people make mistakes. I understand that every driver has the occasional rolling stop or runs a yellow light...

An open letter to people who chew really loudly

An open letter to people who chew really loudly
May 29, 2019

By Halle Newman Dear People Who Chew Really Loudly, I can hear you chewing. You are not being secretive. Did you really think you could stealthily eat a baby carrot in the middle of a silent math...

Secret Service agents frisk BHS senior: everything we know about the story now

Phin Brown, a 16 year old BHS senior.
Photo: Instagram
May 29, 2019

By Nataleigh Noble Most high school seniors are only faced with the big decision of “What Comes After High School?” 16 year old Phin Brown, on the other hand, has some other choices to make. A...

OPINION: You Need to Fail More

OPINION: You Need to Fail More
May 28, 2019

By Sam Beste Last month, news and media outlets buzzed with a scandal in college admissions. At least 50 parents who are among the most wealthy and famous in America allegedly paid millions to get...

Now you see it… now you don’t. BHS students master the art of shoplifting

Lea Mihok, Staff Writer May 28, 2019

Photo Credit: Wikipedia Due to the sensitive nature of this topic, all student names have been changed. It’s 3:35. School’s out, and the busses have long since dropped students...

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