What will EHS Hockey Have in Store This Season?

What will EHS Hockey Have in Store This Season?

Zoe Robinson, Staff Writer

October 26, 2017

With hockey season starting not only in the NHL but in school districts as well, EHS’s mid-state varsity team has their eye on the goal—being in the Challenge Cup Semifinals. In...

Girls Volleyball Wins Lyons Tournament, Begins State Run

October 26, 2017

EHS girls volleyball won the Lyons Township Tournament this past weekend, continuing their remarkable season. The Tigers are currently 28-5...

Edwardsville Field Hockey Lose in Second Round of Tournament

October 26, 2017

The Edwardsville varsity field hockey team ended their season on Oct. 21 after a loss against St. Joseph’s Academy at John Burroughs School. The...

The Blues Make History… Again

The Blues Make History… Again

October 19, 2017

St. Louis hockey fans aren’t feeling blue after the way the Blues have started off this year’s season.   Third periods have always...

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Student Life

Annual Craft Fair Funds Band Program

Ava Fehrmann, Staff Writer

The craft fair brings creativity, color and kettle corn to the halls of EHS for one weekend in November. The craft fair also brings the majority of the year’s funds to band students, giving them opportunities for new equipment.   Each year, the band and color guard create and perform a new marching show which requires new props, uniforms and sometimes instruments...

Predicting Halloween Costume Trends

Devin Johnson, Staff Writer

From the Elsa craze to the stampede of Harley Quinns, Halloween costume trends have come and gone each year. “I remember the Elsa craze,” said sophomore Marie Thompson. “My little sister and twelve other girls in her class must have been dressed up as Elsa that year.” When Thompson referred to the “Elsa craze,” she was alluding to the Halloween trends...

EPIC Makes Strides Towards Student-Inclusive Spirit Day Selection

Anna Kutz, Life Editor

Spirit days are a staple of the American public high school experience. However, in most cases, the students have no actual say in what themes they’ll have to adhere to.   The Edwardsville Peer Influence Club is taking the first step to change this unspoken rule.   Unlike student council, EPIC is allowing students to take a vote on what the red...

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Colorized Photos Alter Perception of History

Nicole Burbach, Staff Writer

November 16, 2017

At the start of photography, black and white photos were the only way images could be developed, printed and viewed.   But now, with the advancement of colorization...

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“Stranger Things 2” Deserves an 11 Out of 10

Zoe Robinson, Staff Writer

November 16, 2017

After months of anticipation, Netflix released season two of the popular sci-fi show “Stranger Things” last month. The season opener got a lot of attention. According...

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