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Fire Department Training Night

Every Monday night at the Barre Town Fire Department in East Barre, there is training to keep the volunteers and equipment up to date on everything needed to co...

Calais Refugee Camp

Paula Emery, a social studies teacher at U32, took the year off to go explore Europe. She’s back now, sooner than expected. She spent two days in a refugee ca...

Breast Cancer: A Son’s Story

According to “cancer.org.,” the estimated number for new cancer cases in the USA for 2015 is 1,658,370, (this number does not include some non-invasive canc...

Pole Slogans: Gifts from Afar

After just one semester,  the results are conclusive: the slogans painted on metal poles around the school have had their intended effects.  Class cuts, act...

Bear Stories

Hearing about bears in Vermont is a big issue. Many people have never heard about bears before, especially if they live in a different state. They don’t know ...

Eliza Merrylees and Planting Hope

In Central Vermont, how closely connected can we possibly be to Matagalpa, a city in the mountains of Nicaragua? As it turns out, closer than you may think. ...

Ask Aunt Mary: Get advice!

Dear Aunt Mary, I’m afraid I really blew it. I goofed off my entire time here and now Ican’t get into the college I want. What should I do? signed, H...

Middle School Robot Sumo Wrestling

https://youtu.be/lIfegxxyGic Sumo wrestling has been around for centuries. This ancient sport originated in Japan as a religious ritual honoring the Shinto god...

Art Project Fears

There was an atmosphere of general excitement in Mrs. Michaelson’s English class when she announced that, instead of writing about the chapter the student...

New England Music Festival Recital

On December 2nd, a group of U-32 musicians interested in auditioning for the New England Music Festival performed for family and friends at the New England Musi...

Trains- A Short Film

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lLq7tsfAyA4 U-32 student Noah Witke, a member of the Pilot program, is studying film making. The Chronicle is proud to bring ...