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Tech-32: A Choose Your Own Horror Story

Stop to look at the glass case of super heroes and villains where the art hallway meets the atrium. There are four or five versions of Batman, a half-dozen Hulk...

Concussions and Young Athletes Pt. 2 of 3

According to the U.S. National Library of Medicine, approximately 300, 000 sports-related traumatic brain injuries, predominantly concussions, occur annually ...

Buzz-In System: Worth the Hassle?

At the beginning of the year we were all told about the new security system installed over the summer. There were two big changes: the new security cameras an...

Planet Aid: Inside The Bin

“Planet Aid: For the environment, for people.” The motto has become prevalent in Central Vermont, appearing on bright yellow receptacles for used clothin...

Everyday Chemistry: Coffee in Our Brain

What happens when Coffee enters your body? Science teacher Brian Albee offered his opinion on how caffeine in coffee affects your body and mind: “….If yo...

Opinion: What Pain Homework Can Cause!

I think we should do something about the homework load or how we have to carry it around. I have two big binders and one small binder for CCV plus three textboo...

Food Day: Our First Audio Story!

Last friday, October 23rd, was Food Day at U-32, organized by Meaghan Falby and Beth Allen, our Health and Wellness teachers, along with U-32’s student counci...