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Guy Page

Guy Page is the editor and publisher of the Vermont Daily Chronicle.

Warner: The Case for Easter

The celebration of Christmas culminates from the miraculous advent of His being born of a virgin under hostile circumstances.  The second a crescendo of God’s ability to take even death itself and turn it into the most victorious moment in human history. 

Vermonters turn to independent schools

While Vermont public school officials are carping about returning to the classroom post Covid, calling for higher taxes to pay for their pensions, and are otherwise consumed with controversies over mascot names and what flags get to fly on school grounds, Vermont families have been driving an interesting trend – using Vermont’s 150 year old school choice “tuitioning” program to put their kids into independent schools.

App measures marijuana ‘high’

Saint Michael’s College psychology professor Ari Kirshenbaum has been using a $224,000 National Science Foundation grant he received in September 2020 to develop a mobile app that measures the effects of cannabis on a user’s neurocognitive functions: things such as reaction time, time perception and concentration, which are all affected by THC.

Shelburne leaders question police bias study

The study was co-authored by UVM Professor Stephanie Seguino, Data Analyst Pat Autilio and Nancy Brooks, a Visiting Associate Professor at Cornell University. The data collected from 2014 to 2019 showed racial disparities statewide, including Shelburne, where Black drivers are 4.4 times more likely to be stopped by police, the study found.