Despite Loss of Rams, St. Louis Sports Continue Sucess

Devin Kane, Co Editor-in-Chief

It’s April in St. Louis and business is as usual. The Blues are back in the playoffs for the fifth consecutive year and the Cardinals are back at Busch winning in a sizable...  Read More »

April 14, 2016

April 7, 2016

Spring sport athletes don't typically get much of a spring break. Their strict game and practice schedules usually keep them homebound while...  Read More »

Baseball Back in Full Swing

April 7, 2016

The smell of hot dogs on the grill and freshly popped popcorn, the cool breeze on a blistering hot summer’s day, the crack of the bat and ball...  Read More »

Defense Proves to be Key to Super Bowl

February 11, 2016

Having the No. 1 offensive line in the league is hard to beat, but having the No. 1 defensive line in the league is the key to being unstoppable....  Read More »

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Student Life

The Life of Being the President

Kerrington Holland, Sports Editor

He doesn’t have a secret service to protect him and he cannot travel on Air Force One to his many presidential meetings but Ike Bertels, senior class president of 2017, faces similar pressures that the United States’ very own president does. Bertels has been the president of the 2017 class since his sophomore year at EHS while still participating in many different...  Read More »

‘Fitting In’ Is Out

Lily Grieve, A&E Editor

The morning is dull and warm as you walk up to the glass doors of the EHS entrance. Your nerves set in as you open them and enter the school. While passing girls with perfectly fixed hair and flawless makeup, or boys as tall as the lockers, you can’t help but think, “Where do I fit into all of this? Will I ever look like that or seem that cool?” Starting as a...  Read More »

It’s the Final Countdown

Allison Stopka, Staff Writer

Each and every senior graduating from high school has their “moment,” when they realize that they are about to move on to college.  Reality strikes and the aftermath of having this epiphany is usually not a pretty sight. We all say we’re so excited to leave EHS and to finally be done with living here.  A lot of seniors are leaving Edwardsville behind to go to...  Read More »

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The Last First Day

Jack Vuagniaux, Staff Writer

The incessant ring of my alarm wills me to get out of my warm bed. It’s the earliest I have gotten up in a long time as I grab my clothes and take a shower.  I go downstairs...  Read More »

August 25, 2016

  • A Love/Hate Letter to my Car April 25, 2016
  • Annual Color Run Lives up to Hype April 25, 2016
  • The Internet: It’s Not as Bad as it Seems April 14, 2016

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EHS Senior Meets Us at the Muny

Jane Thompson, Co-Editor in Chief

Performing on the stage of the Muny is something the vast majority of Edwardsville theater students only dream about. Broadway stars, professional dancers, and expertly...  Read More »

August 25, 2016

  • Have the ‘Nerve’ to See These Summer Movies? August 25, 2016
  • Mumford and Sons Amazes Audiences with Return to St. Louis April 25, 2016
  • Escape If You Can: The Beast Escape Room Comes to Edwardsville April 14, 2016

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