Every year on the 11th day of the 11th month we celebrate the service of all U.S. military veterans. This nationally celebrated holiday originated as Armistice Day on November 11th, 1919, a year after the end of the first world … Read More
I first came across the band Nothing But Thieves while listening to my usual radio station: 99.9 The Buzz. There’s a segment on the station called “Fresh Meat” where new music from up-and-coming artists is featured, and Nothing But Thieves … Read More
SBHS Student and Peace & Justice Center summer intern, Isaiah Hines.
There is yet another volunteering as well as learning opportunity for passionate high school students. The Burlington Peace & Justice Center is offering students a closer look at important world … Read More
Going out to eat with family and friends is an activity many enjoy. Everyone loves good food, spending quality time with those who we love, and not having to spend hours in the kitchen preparing meals. Deciding where to go, however, … Read More
It has been a tremendous season for the South Burlington High School Boy’s Soccer Team. With 11 wins and only 3 losses (no ties) under the team’s belt they entered the 2016 playoffs with high hopes … Read More
South Burlington High School’s Drama Department is kicking off the school year with their fall musical, Sister Act. The plot line follows a lounge singer, who after witnessing a murder, is forced to hide out in a church. Here … Read More