The University of Vermont currently supports over 15 fraternal organizations and encourages them to play active roles in the community. UVM has supported fraternal organizations for over 175 years, making their impact on the community extremely prevalent. This tradition has … Read More
With the intent of making SBHS students, “more comfortable [with] discussing race and discrimination, raising awareness of issues, and getting people to expand their views on discrimination,” juniors Isaiah Hines and Madi Premsagar have created Diversity Club, more well-known as … Read More
My friends told me that they were busy the other night when I asked them if they wanted to hang out. Later, I saw pictures of them having a sleepover without me on their Snapchat stories. It really … Read More
Associate Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia unexpectedly died on February 16, 2016; he was 79 years old. Justice Scalia was on a hunting trip at a ranch in Shafter, Texas, when he suffered a fatal heart attack.
Pottery I students sculpted these dragon eyes while referencing a variety of visual resources. They made artistic choices about shapes, lids, textures, form changes, color schemes and reflected light. The results are fabulous!
The staff of SBRebelution is excited and proud to announce that the next edition of SBRebelution will be a hard copy edition. Originally, South Burlington High School’s newspaper was a printed paper, but with the reboot of the paper in … Read More