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Rebelution | November 23, 2017

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January 2015

SBHS Finds a Unique Way to Honor MLK

January 28, 2015 |

For twenty nine years, Martin Luther King Day has been observed on the third Monday of January. In many places, this holiday is celebrated by giving students a day off from school. This year, South Burlington High School observed and … Read More

SBHS has a Riddikulus Good Time at Winter Ball

January 28, 2015 |

On January 16th, under projections of falling snow and scenes from the Harry Potter movies, South Burlington’s Yule Ball commenced.  The Ball was held at UVM’s Davis Center, the first time in SBHS history.  Despite the frigid temperatures over 300 … Read More

Midterms

January 7, 2015 |

For most at SBHS, midterm exams pose a daunting time,halfway through the school year testing students knowledge and preparation abilities. Students start cramming their studying into late nights and long days to make sure they have content buried in their … Read More

The ZE Files: January Edition

January 6, 2015 |

Art by Ethan Klesch

 

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SBHS Seniors Challenge Themselves: Peter Camardo

January 6, 2015 |

[Continued from last edition…]

Four seniors from South Burlington High School (SBHS) are participating in the Senior Challenge program. The program takes the form of a semester-long class that the students receive credit for, and is an opportunity for them … Read More

It’s a Wonderful Life: 68 Years Old and Still a Christmas Classic

January 6, 2015 |

Imagine your whole life falling apart in one day, and it seems so bad that you wish you had never been born. That is what happens to George Bailey in It’s a Wonderful Life, a movie that  was released to … Read More

Exclusive Interview with Professor Shelli Rottschafer

January 6, 2015 |

Recently, South Burlington High School Spanish teacher Señor “don David” Shiffert teamed up with out of state college professor Shelli Rottschafer to teach a unit on bilingual slam poetry to his Spanish 4 class. The project at the end of … Read More

Clubs You Didn’t Know About: Backcountry Ski Club

January 6, 2015 |

Skiing. For many, hearing the word conjures to mind chairlifts, neat and treeless runs, trail maps and warm food in a base lodge. When the members of the Backcountry Ski Club hear it, they think a little differently. The club … Read More

45 North: The Mediterranean Gets More Dangerous

January 6, 2015 |

A boatload of 300 immigrants attempting to cross the Mediterranean

The European Union border patrol has had a busy week. In the past week, they’ve rescued two large cargo ships left adrift near the Greek coast. Owned by human … Read More