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Freshman Noah Rubman handles the puck in a game against Lyndon. Photo courtesy: Kat Rossman

Boys Hockey Team Adapts To Changes This Season on and off the Ice

Alex Wick March 17, 2021

It was only 7 a.m., but the gymnasium in the old BHS campus on Institute Road was bustling with activity. The sounds of basketballs bouncing and rubber soles squeaking on the hardwood floor echoed across...

School Board meets via Zoom on 3/9/21

School Board Plans for Covid-19 Recovery

Julia Keeton, Staff Writer March 12, 2021

On Tuesday, March 9, the Burlington School Board discussed several topics, including plans for Covid recovery in preparation for the expiration of Vermont’s state of emergency on March 15.  The state...

BHS Seniors Introduce Alternative Socialization: the BHS Social Club

BHS Seniors Introduce Alternative Socialization: the BHS Social Club

Anna Huener, Staff Writer January 27, 2021
Two BHS seniors hope to rekindle student connections through an unconventional new program: the BHS Social Club.
BHS students audition for roles in the One Act Festival presented by the BHS Drama Club. Courtesy: Colby Skoglund

The Show Must Go On: Theater During a Pandemic

Bridget Comerford-Joyce January 4, 2021

Whether on stage performing, behind the scenes doing prop work, or in the audience, each year the BHS community looks forward to the Drama Club’s productions. The fall musical is the main event for the...

Home for the Holidays: Reflections from BHS

Home for the Holidays: Reflections from BHS

Anna Huener, Staff Writer December 26, 2020
Strict travel regulations and Covid restrictions in Vermont will prevent many from gathering this year, forcing Vermonters to stay home with their immediate families. 
Illustration by Zoe Maxwell

Opinion: Stay home, Vermont

Anna Huener, Staff Writer December 7, 2020
On November 13, Governor Phil Scott issued an ordinance ordering Vermonters to halt multi-family gatherings, and closing bars and social clubs. Initially, I was shocked. I had convinced myself that the lockdown was done, forgotten, and never to happen again. Yet, here we were, eight months later, retreating into our homes. It was aggravating to see all this new freedom taken away after only a few months. But aggravation isn’t going to do anything to stop the virus or lower the cases in our small state. The best way to help, in this situation, is to do nothing at all.
BHS Seawolves face  the opposition masked this football season.

A Dangerous Game: BHS Sports Teams Adapt Under Covid Regulations

Lea Mihok October 9, 2020

The BHS fields are overcast. The bleachers are wet and rain beats down onto the turf, but clouds are not the only thing hanging over this match. A small crowd of parents and fans wait, using their phones...

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....

Keeping distance: Seahorses navigate the first weeks of remote learning 

Keeping distance: Seahorses navigate the first weeks of remote learning 

Rebecca Cunningham March 31, 2020

On Sunday, March 15th, Governor Phil Scott ordered all school-related activities canceled by March 17th. Since his press release more than two weeks ago, Burlington High School (BHS) students and faculty...

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