Grasso inaugurated as UM-Dearborn Chancellor

Grasso inaugurated as  UM-Dearborn Chancellor

Domenico Grasso, an engineering professor who also served as provost and chief academic officer at the University of Delaware, was inaugurated as chancellor of University of Michigan-Dearborn this April. A part-time resident of Shelburne, Grasso is the university’s sixth chancellor and began his tenure in August 2018. “Domenico Grasso comes to UM-Dearborn with impeccable academic… Read More »

Vermont Day School students receive Youth4Youth grants

Vermont Day School students receive Youth4Youth grants

Josephine Neary, Maddie Rugg, and Milo Dipel, Vermont Day School sixth and seventh graders, have been selected by the Vermont Youth Council to receive Youth4Youth Grants this summer. Josephine and Maddie will receive $924 to help with their dog-a-thon event to benefit a local dog adoption agency. Milo will receive $3,000 to create a rabbit… Read More »

CVU 2018-19 Semester One Honor Roll: Shelburne

High Honors Kali M. Adams, Lena R. Ashooh, Jack C. Averill, Lindsay Beer, Dominic D. Begue, Matisse M. Begue, Heidi A. Berger, Kyle J. Bergeron, Leah A. Boget, Mia R. Brumsted, Andrew Buley, Aidan S. Bundock, Hazel M. Civalier, Henry A. Crawford, John M. Curley, Sophie G. Dauerman, Emma B. Destito, Ian Dunkley, Solvei Eisenman,… Read More »

Rice Memorial Honor Roll

Lisa Lorenz, principal at Rice Memorial High School in South Burlington, announced the following students from Shelburne achieved Honor Roll status for the second quarter: First Honors: Joseph DuBrul, Alessandra Magg, Isabella Magg, Caleb Matosky, Daniel Maxson, Caroline McClintock, William Noonan, and Madeline Sawyer. Second Honors: John Bahrenburg, Julien Blouin, William Bond, Meagan Keefe, Mackenzie… Read More »

STEM Scholarships

New England Federal Credit Union is accepting applications for its 2019 Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Scholarships. Three scholarships of $3,000 each will be awarded. To be eligible for New England Federal Credit Union STEM Scholarships, applicants must be credit union members. In addition, applicants must be pursuing one of these fields of study:… Read More »

Rice seeks Athletic Hall of Fame nominations

Rice Memorial High School in South Burlington is currently accepting nominations for its Athletic Hall of Fame. This will be the 18th group of inductees representing students from Rice and its predecessor, Cathedral High School. Potential inductees must have graduated from either Rice or Cathedral in good standing, be out of high school for at… Read More »

CVU’s Tonoki in speaking competition

Christel Tonoki of Williston, a junior at Champlain Valley Union High School, has won two levels of Rotary Speaking Competitions and will compete at the Rotary District Assembly meeting at Northern Vermont University in Lyndonville on April 13.  She began her string of successes with a speech based on the Rotary motto, “Service Above Self”… Read More »

Lyric scholarship

For 45 years, Lyric Theatre Company has been a part of the local arts community. Each year, the organization helps an area high school senior defray expenses during their freshman year of college by offering a $2,000 scholarship titled the Delano-Nulty Award. Criteria for the award includes involvement in theatre through Lyric Theatre Company, school… Read More »

“The Laramie Project” at CVU

“The Laramie Project” at CVU

The CVU Theatre Program presents the play “The Laramie Project” on March 15-17. In 1998, a 21-year-old student was kidnapped, beaten, tied to a fence and left for dead for being gay. His name was Matthew Shepard. The place was Laramie, Wyo. Following this event, playwright Moisés Kaufman and the members of the Tectonic Theatre Project traveled… Read More »