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The Law of Civilization and Decay

For over 100 years, prescient persons have understood that western civilization has been in decline. One of those who saw beneath the surface of America’s boisterous commercial and industrial life was historian and philosopher Brooks Adams. 1,024 more words

Sunday Quotes - Chaos

We do not grow absolutely, chronologically. We grow sometimes in one dimension, and not in another; unevenly. We grow partially. We are relative. We are mature in one realm, childish in another. 147 more words

H.S. roundup: CVU's Supple no-hits Burlington

HINESBURG – Senior Rayne Supple twirled a no-hitter and the Champlain Valley Union High School baseball team rolled over Burlington 8-0 on Friday.

Supple fanned 11 and walked six in his no-hit performance and supplied two hits and two RBIs at the plate for the Redhawks (10-1). 522 more words


Roundup: Rice outlasts Burr and Burton in boys lacrosse

SOUTH BURLINGTON – Freshman Kyle Haskins racked up five goals and three assists and Rice slipped past Burr and Burton 12-11 in a battle of Division II high school boys lacrosse powers Tuesday. 1,764 more words


Murakami’s goal in 2OT lifts South Burlington past CVU

SOUTH BURLINGTON – Kyle Murakami found the back of the net two minutes into double overtime to lift South Burlington to an 8-7 win over Champlain Valley on Friday night in high school boys lacrosse. 325 more words


Roundup: Panthers advance in NCAA tournament

MIDDLEBURY – Middlebury scored six straight goals in the second half to pull away from Montclair State and win it’s NCAA tournament first round game, 17-8, on Tuesday afternoon at Youngman Field. 874 more words


Roundup: Comets shoot down Thunderbirds

SWANTON – Plating all of the game’s runs in the first three innings and getting a complete-game three-hitter from Maria Machia, BFA-St. Albans notched a 3-0 win over Missisquoi in high school softball on Saturday. 868 more words