New Faces: Charlotte Pitone

Editor's Note: New Faces is an annual series on the Chronicle in which we introduce new members of the U-32 staff. Charlotte Pitone is the first of the 2019-20 ...

Onward!

This article is the first of three of the Legends series.   At the first few track practices of the season, Mark Chaplin shows his athletes how everyth...

Dating Violence at U-32

Editor's Note: The girl profiled in this article wishes to remain anonymous.  Her name has been changed.   Janice slowly walked down the street next...

Shay Chantel: “My Story’s Not Over”

Editor’s Note: This article was based on interviews with only Shay Chantel. This is Shay’s story to tell but we recognize other perspectives may not be repr...

Salamander Crossing

April 21, 2019, 8:59 PM Conditions: Rainy, Wet   A spotted salamander crawls slowly over dead leaves and diverts its course around trees. In the d...

Tabitha Lawrence’s Ceramics

The pottery room is empty save for one individual in the corner. The window is open, and a nice spring breeze flows through the space. Sitting at the wheel with...

U-32’s Confederate Flag Debate: Part 2

In Part One of this series, focused on the proposed Confederate flag ban and the perspective of those who support it, one incident came up repeatedly. Teacher a...

Calling In, Instead of Calling Out

On Wednesday, May 29th, Randolph Union High School invited 20 schools to come to their Conference of Vermont Schools Against Racism.  There were speakers talki...

U-32’s Clash Masters: The OOP$ Clan

 It was the championship of the first ever inaugural clash tournament. The boys were huddled around the sofa, while Adios’s (Trevor Patterson) eyes stared in...

Foursquare Champion

On May 29th, in the courtyard behind U-32, crowds of cheering and screaming middle schoolers leaned over cracked pavement lines. A dusty, red kickball bounced b...