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Students Paint Mural at DtBHS

Macy’s makeover: Community beautifies DtBHS

Phoebe Spence, Staff Writer April 14, 2022

As DtBHS celebrates the one year anniversary of its opening, administration, student groups and staff have worked hard to make the school feel like a home. The once empty, white walls now hold student...

Ariana DeBose as Anita. Photo: 20th Century Studios

“West Side Story”: Less magic, more heart

Clio Burns, Staff Writer April 7, 2022

In 1961, the movie-musical classic “West Side Story”, directed by Jerome Robbins and Robert Wise, was released. In December of 2021, fifty years later, a new adaption of the film, directed by Steven...

Illustration: Zoe Maxwell

Opinion: Twitter is a cesspool of thinspo

Samuel Doan, Contributing Writer March 25, 2022

Thinspo: Short for "thinspiration" (especially in the context of anorexia nervosa) used in reference to something or someone that serves as motivation for a person seeking to maintain a very low body weight “Glad...

Photo: HBO

“Euphoria”: Outstanding diversity, but ultimately falls short

Cecily Spence, Staff Writer March 17, 2022

The highly anticipated second season of “Euphoria,” an HBO original, has caused a stir of approval from teens across the country due to the intense scenes that tell a disturbing and raw high school...

Hand turkey drawings. Image: Rebecca Cunningham

OPINION: Thanksgiving is the best holiday

Rebecca Cunningham, Staff Writer November 24, 2021

I was born on Thanksgiving. I don’t remember the day, but every year my parents share stories about sleep deprivation and eating cold turkey sandwiches from the Brigham and Women’s hospital cafeteria....

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.
Literature we love: The Bunker Diary and The Wrath and the Dawn

Literature we love: The Bunker Diary and The Wrath and the Dawn

Anna Huener April 14, 2020
When one reads a story of a kidnapping, the expected result is an unsettlingly dark story. Kevin Brooks brings this disturbing effect to new levels in his novel The Bunker Diary.
Album Review: Lucky Chops

Album Review: Lucky Chops

Henry Padnos April 2, 2020

With the release of Lucky Chops’ first fully original album titled Lucky Chops comes an explosion of brass, pop, jazz, and creativity. Throughout the eleven tracks, Lucky Chops fills the spaces...

Why You Should Shop Local this Christmas

Why You Should Shop Local this Christmas

Anna Huener December 19, 2019

This article was edited on December 11, 2020. The onset of the pandemic has created a plethora of local challenges, one of them being income for small, local businesses. In addition to the positive environmental...

Photo: Nora Jacobsen
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...

OPINION: Choose to be a better man

OPINION: Choose to be a better man

Sam Beste November 7, 2019

Last year I was in the locker room changing into my running clothes for cross country practice when some boys started commenting on the length of the shorts my teammates and I were wearing. In cross country...

Image: Instagram

Instagram story culture: not always picture perfect

Jenna Peterson October 8, 2019

On April 15, 2019, people from all over the world watched on screens as the beloved Notre Dame burned in Paris. Suddenly, Instagram stories were flooded with snapshots of the exquisite structure. Posts...

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