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Ace: A mascot who takes his job seriously

Ace the Seahorse, Burlington High School’s mascot, faced a new challenge when schools closed in March: lack of school spirit. Ace knew...

Last words: Senior Editor Jenna Peterson signs off

Just six months ago, I imagined that by this date I would be enjoying the Year End Studies program and thinking about...

Social distancing: the teenage perspective

On March 24, Vermont Governor Phil Scott signed an order telling Vermonters to “stay home”. The repercussions include the shutting-down of non-essential...

Student stories from quarantine Vol. 1

Every Burlington High School (BHS) student is going through the same thing: school closed on March 16, classes have become remote, and...

Literature we love

The Bunker Diary, Kevin Brooks When one reads a story of a kidnapping, the expected result is an unsettlingly...

Alternative program provides freshmen with a newfound relationship to education

SUCCEED is a new program in Burlington High School (BHS).  It is an alternative program for freshman students who struggle to attend...

Keeping distance: Seahorses navigate the first weeks of remote learning 

On Sunday, March 15th, Governor Phil Scott ordered all school-related activities canceled by March 17th. Since his press release more than two...

Five ways to help locally during a pandemic

Uncertainty has been the only consistent in the past few weeks. It is hard to know what to do, and in a...

Literature We Love

Interpreter of Maladies - Jhumpa Lahiri Acclaimed author Jhumpa Lahiri is famous for her stories about family, marriage, and...

The spirit that sets ultimate frisbee apart

Ultimate Frisbee employs no referees. That’s right.  Players make the calls. This ownership demands honor which the fast-growing sport calls the “Spirit...