Super Bowl LI Breaks Records, Falcons’ Hearts

Kerrington Holland, Sports Editor

As the Sunday night lights brighten and millions of viewers crowd the NRG Stadium or their television sets, the feeling of a memorable game sets in all across America as Super...  Read More »

Feb 9

Seven Years of Being a Falcons Fan Pays Off

February 2, 2017

Some people watch the Super Bowl for the commercials. Others watch it for the halftime show. But this year more than ever, I am watching it for...  Read More »

Boys Swim Earns Unexpected Win Over SHS

February 2, 2017

Springfield High School has typically beaten EHS in the past, but Jan. 28 was different. It was the Tiger’s senior night, and the atmosphere...  Read More »

Boys Swim Continues Undefeated Season

January 26, 2017

As the boys swim team tucks additional experience under their caps, new members join and scores improve. From 13 members when the Chuck Fruit...  Read More »

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Student Life

Model UN Visits Chicago, Focuses on Delegation

Lily Grieve, A&E Editor

sWhen people think of Chicago, they usually conjure images of daunting skyscrapers, bright lights and new opportunities. While Model UN participants notice the trappings of the big city, they set their sights on the opportunities— many of which stretch outside the city limits. Every year, Model UN travels to Chicago to attend Model United Nations at University of...  Read More »

Twins Prepare to Say Goodbye

Emma Lipe, Life Editor

The transition from high school to college is stressful. Students have to adjust to living apart from their families for the first time. For twins or triplets, this stress is often heightened, as they have to face the world without their siblings for the first time. Seniors and twins Danny and Michael Picchiotti have opted to attend colleges six hours from each other...  Read More »

Poetry Puts Students on Pedestal

Poetry Puts Students on Pedestal

Lily Grieve, A&E Editor

Did I get that line right? Am I shaking? Am I moving enough, or am I moving too much? Is the inflection in my voice actually changing, or am I making it up? Does the audience...  Read More »

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Decisions, Decisions: How to Choose the Right College for You

Jane Thompson, Co-Editor-in-Chief

When you begin the college search process, the bountiful options given to you can be daunting. Location, class size, student-to-professor ratio and cost are just a few things...  Read More »

Feb 9

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Taking Education Deeper: Technology, Entertainment, Design

Erin Morrisey, Staff Writer

The sounds of TED Talks can be found on radio stations and in psychology classes, but the content of the videos is worth far more than a few minutes in a dimly lit high school...  Read More »

Feb 9

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