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On the Front Lines of BHS: A Look at the Day-to-Day Experiences of School Nurses Over the Past Year

On the Front Lines of BHS: A Look at the Day-to-Day Experiences of School Nurses Over the Past Year

Bridget Comerford-Joyce May 24, 2021

Throughout students' school careers, if they ever needed to rest, get a Band-Aid, or were just not feeling well, they would go to the health office. At BHS, that meant seeing one of the two school nurses:...

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....

Teachers picket Williston Road on Thursday afternoon, April 1, in opposition to the proposed changes to the state pension system.

Pension Plan Dropped After Statewide Teachers’ Protests

Alex Wick, Staff Writer April 2, 2021

Dozens of teachers from schools in the Burlington area braved the wintry weather on Thursday afternoon, April 1, and lined Williston Road by Staples Plaza. Holding signs like, “A PENSION IS A PROMISE”...

Self Portrait. Courtesy Ella Ambroggio

Artist Profile: The Electrifying Energy of Ella Ambroggio

Anessa Conner February 6, 2021

BHS junior, Ella Ambroggio has been an artist for as long as she can remember. Ambroggio, who specializes in oil painting and charcoal drawing, creates realistic, polished art. Using alluring colors she...

Artist Profile: The Many Faces of Zoe Maxwell

Artist Profile: The Many Faces of Zoe Maxwell

Nora Jacobsen December 9, 2020

Note: Since Maxwell's initial interview with the Register, she has joined the Register staff as a contributing artist, and her artwork has been featured in several stories.  Zoe Maxwell's bedroom...

Student stories from quarantine Vol. 2

Student stories from quarantine Vol. 2

Nora Jacobsen May 26, 2020

I think I will remember this time as the biggest time for self-growth. I've had this time to really reflect on myself and prioritize mental health, and other things like that. I think for me...

Student stories from quarantine Vol. 1

Student stories from quarantine Vol. 1

Nora Jacobsen May 11, 2020

  I live next door to essential health care workers who have a four-year-old and four-month-old and they have been going to work, not at high-risk but they just needed help with babysitting....

Photo: Courtesy of @kingcobras23
The members of King Cobras from left to right: Bety Mayani, Medine Nifasha, Diana Fikiria

BHS’ own King Cobras build a dance empire

Nora Jacobsen February 6, 2020

Chances are when you think of high school students running a business, an Instagram dance page is not the first thing that comes to mind. However, for Burlington High School (BHS) junior, Diana Fikiria,...

Emilys Bridge: a notoriously haunted site located in Stowe, Vermont.

Haunted tales of Burlington

Julia Shannon-Grillo November 3, 2017

Zoe Koeninger, a Burlington High School (BHS) Junior, was an eighth grader in Toledo, Ohio when she believes she saw a ghost. She practiced theater in the Collingwood Arts Center, a building that formerly...

OPINION: Dear America: Be More Like Burlington

OPINION: Dear America: Be More Like Burlington

March 12, 2017

Do we see Muslims as radical? After 9/11, which was a world changing event, many people began to view Muslims in general as such. By radical Muslims, I am talking about the Muslims who use the religion...

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