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After a Year of Covid-19, BHS Students Share Stories of Gratitude

After a Year of Covid-19, BHS Students Share Stories of Gratitude

Georgia Wool May 12, 2021

  Angelina Yordan: BHS sophomore “My dog Charlie was obviously already a huge part of my life before quarantine, but since lockdown started he’s become 100 times more important to me....

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Emily in Paris: everything wrong with the show, and why you should watch it anyway

Anna Huener November 2, 2020

The new hit drama on Netflix, Emily in Paris, follows the young American Emily Cooper (played by Lily Collins), who accepts a position at a management firm in Paris, despite her inability to speak French....

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Custodians Reed Richards and Warren Runnals strike a pose in the cafeteria.

OPINION: Throw it Away

Nora Jacobsen November 7, 2019

Cleaning up after ourselves is not a humanitarian act worthy of praise. It is a simple sign of respect. When you leave a mess, intentional or not, the effect is the same: custodians are forced to take...

Photo: Courtesy Burlington School District / Superintendent Yaw Obeng (right) pictured above with Burlington Mayor Miro Weinberger (left).

BREAKING: Superintendent Yaw Obeng to step down in June

Julia Shannon-Grillo November 6, 2019

Burlington, VT - At 9:33 this morning, Burlington Superintendent of Schools Yaw Obeng sent an email addressed to BSD Community announcing his resignation.  “This decision has not been an easy...

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Cafes we love a latte

Anessa Conner, Staff Writer February 22, 2019

I love coffee. Every morning I drag myself out of bed and stumble to the coffee pot and pour myself a nice extra tall mug of strong black coffee.  It wakes me up. More days then not, I follow my morning...

15 Dollar Dish

15 Dollar Dish

Ayden Flanigan and Sam Beste February 22, 2019

Being High schoolers it's difficult to find a good meal that we can actually afford. That's why we set out to find restaurants where you can get a good meal for under fifteen dollars. Instead of just...

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Teenagers glued to their phones.

Smartphones: the troubling truth

Anna Huener, Staff Writer February 20, 2019

The iPhone, introduced in 2007, took the world by storm. With enticing new technology and constant accessibility, the iPhone quickly became a common accessory for most American adults. Twelve years later,...

Student playwrights direct one-acts

Student playwrights direct one-acts

Emily McNichols, Staff Writer February 19, 2019

Burlington High School (BHS) - Student directors and their cast members are scattered around A-building busily rehearsing their plays for the One Acts Festival. Three directors decided to write original...

Art is a verb at Burlington City Arts

Learning comes to life with Burlington City and Lake

February 19, 2019

by Julia Shannon-Grillo, editor “Picture yourself… assisting local scientists as they study our impact on Lake Champlain, and making policy recommendations to the Mayor and City Council.” These...

Junior to junior: What is kindness?

Junior to junior: What is kindness?

January 11, 2019

BHS junior Jenna Peterson asks kindergarteners for advice on being kind. "If someone can't do it, you can help them. Or if someone falls, you can catch them if you can," said kindergartener Lele. Video...

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New activist group: Social Justice Union

Summer Grace October 13, 2017

The Social Justice Union is a newly formed activism group at Burlington High School (BHS). Hawa Adam, Binti Malawia, and Balkisa Omar started the group, which is dedicated to addressing discrimination...

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