Basement Medicine

over/under

Kyle Gagnon, Staff Reporter December 9, 2021

I hate the NFL. Truly. Do I watch every Sunday from noon to midnight? Yes. Do I know every team’s record and the college that their backup quarterback went to? Sure. But that has more to do with what...

The planet Mercury

The Mercurian: a housing guide

Kai Jamil, Staff Reporter December 9, 2021

Along with the sun being in Sagittarius for the larger part of December, there is also going to be a solar eclipse during a Sagittarius new moon. This transit could signify a new beginning wherever you...

Velocipastor: a love letter

Velocipastor: a love letter

Soleil Devyn Borthwick, Managing Editor December 9, 2021

In mid-November 2019, I sat in on a session of News Publishing to convince Tyrone I would be fit for the class next semester. That visit would present me with two things which I would not understand the...

Punk Science: carbon sucks!

Punk Science: carbon sucks!

Opal Savoy, Editor In Chief December 9, 2021

Hello again, fellow punk scientists. This is part two of the climate change miniseries from Punk Science. Last time, we explored the arctic seed vault on Svalbard, and the way climate change has affected...

Punk Science: tree clocks and Norse settlers

Punk Science: tree clocks and Norse settlers

Opal Savoy, Editor in Chief October 28, 2021

Hello again, fellow punk scientists. Scientists just discovered something pretty interesting that took place almost exactly 1000 years ago on the northernmost tip of Newfoundland. In A.D. 1021 the...

The planet Mercury

Mercury in retrograde

Kai Jamil, Staff Reporter October 14, 2021

If you’re anything like me, you might be aware that we are in the midst of this year’s dreaded retrograde season. If you’re not, you might need an explanation; retrograde season is the time of year...

Trees don’t bark...

Trees don’t bark…

Opal Savoy, Editor In Chief October 14, 2021

Greetings, fellow punk scientists! It’s that time of the year again, where the hills and valleys of Vermont light up with all the pretty red, orange, and yellow leaves that make the trees look like...

My desperate search and love for “Grass”

My desperate search and love for “Grass”

Soleil Devyn Borthwick, Managing Editor September 23, 2021

For my last semester of Reel Bad, I want to focus mainly on movies that mean something to me. To kick off, I figure I may as well start with “Grass,” a movie about two girls smoking a backpack full...

Punk science: from dawn till dusk

Punk science: from dawn till dusk

Opal Savoy, Editor In Chief September 23, 2021

Greetings, fellow punk scientists! Summer has come and gone, and with it comes another round of punk science for all three of the nerds like me who live and work here in our community. Recently, I stumbled...

Ally-Oop!

Ally-Oop!

Allison Irons, Staff Reporter March 18, 2021

The Connecticut Huskies are finally back on top after returning to the Big East Conference for the first time since 2012. Selection Sunday for the NCAA tournament on March 14 will determine if both teams...

When in doubt, assume it’s aliens

When in doubt, assume it’s aliens

Soleil Devyn Borthwick, Copy Editor March 18, 2021

I went into “The Faculty” about as blind as I could— I knew it had something to do with teachers and aliens, but that was about it. As a result, there was a moment which should not have come as a...

Punk Science: coping with COVID

Opal Savoy, Web Editor March 18, 2021

Welcome to the third semester of Punk Science my fellow nerdlings! I’ve avoided this topic for as long as I could, but I have finally been worn down to the point where I feel it’s time to talk about...

Ally-Oop! WNBA

Allison Irons, Sports Editor October 26, 2020

The 2020 WNBA season has been an interesting one. Like the NBA, all the teams played in one stadium. There were no home-court advantages, no fans, and fewer games. This was the first season in years that...

Chad Copeland

Coalition of Minority Student Athletes advocates for student-athletes of color

Chad Copeland October 26, 2020

With all the issues of racism raised in 2020, a group of Black student-athletes from NVU-Johnson have come together out of a desire to ignite change at the college and Lamoille community. The Coalition...

Punk Science talks DNA

Punk Science talks DNA

Opal Savoy, Web Editor October 8, 2020

Welcome back my fellow punk scientists! Have you ever wondered what it would be like if you could change your body to give yourself a different hair type or eye color? Maybe you’ve even thought about...

Eat This! Fall food edition

Eat This! Fall food edition

Justin Robertiello, Staff Reporter October 8, 2020

When the fall season rolls around, I embrace the colors and the weather and bring them into my food dishes. I like them to be colorful with reds, yellows, browns and oranges, and I always add a little...

Reel Bad: Rubber

Reel Bad: “Rubber”

Soleil Devyn Borthwick, Copy Editor October 8, 2020

When I came to the realization that I could turn my hobby of regularly watching shitty movies into publishable work, I knew I needed to start off with a notoriously bad film. There are a few movies that...

Ally-Oop!

Ally-Oop!

Allison Irons, Staff Reporter October 8, 2020

On Sept. 16, the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division I council announced that men’s and women’s basketball can begin starting on Nov. 25. This is two weeks later than the usual...

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