Injury Benches Rodgers for Season

Sam Lance, Sports Editor

The already struggling Edwardsville Tiger football team took another big hit: the season ending injury of running back Dionte Rodgers. For Edwardsville’s big Friday night...

September 14, 2017

Girls Run Head First Into the 2018 Cross Country Season

September 14, 2017

Swift feet and ponytails tied high, the EHS girls cross country team has a promising season ahead of them. The cross country team has completed...

Edwardsville Soccer Season Looks Up Despite First Loss

September 14, 2017

The boys on the Edwardsville Tiger soccer team have been going all season without a loss until this Saturday against Aurora West.   Edwardsville...

Edwardsville Football Loses Second Consecutive Game to Missouri Powerhouse CBC. 

September 7, 2017

It was a beautiful night for an Edwardsville football home game and the EHS Sports Complex was buzzing with fans hopeful for a victory. The...

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Student Life

Research Papers: Preparing is Half the Battle

Anna Kutz, Life Editor

It's inevitable, an ever-looming presence in English courses. The sound of it makes students' palms go sweaty and their anxiety kicks in. The dreaded assignment, the hardest month for any student: the research paper. Though it's required in almost every English class at EHS, students never seem to be ready for it. Year after year, students fear and avoid facing their...

Sleepless Nights: Shedding Light on the Plight of the Drowsy Teenager

Joshua Perry, News Editor

Late to bed and early to rise does not make a high schooler healthy and wise. It’s no secret that many EHS students are shameless night owls. They fit homework, sports, clubs, volunteering, entertainment and more into their busy schedules, and it’s hard to keep up. Unfortunately, some resort to late night studying, which can be detrimental to a teenager’s health. Senior...

Local Families Advocate Natural Disaster Preparedness

Devin Johnson, Staff Writer

With hurricanes Harvey and Irma damaging the southern states, it is only natural for citizens nationwide to think about their own natural disaster preparedness. Whether it be a hurricane, a tornado or even a wildfire, people need to be ready for whatever disaster they may face. Sophomore Katherine Foster and her family, though they are landlocked, strongly believe...

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Are School Dances Worth It?

Devin Johnson, Staffer

The lights are dimmed. The music is cranked. There’s dancing, groups of friends on the floor, and a night chock full of memories.   Every high school movie claims...

September 7, 2017

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Don’t Go ‘It’ Alone

“It,” directed by Andrés Muschietti, has been brilliantly and originally adapted into a film from the original 1,138 page Stephen King novel, published in 1986.   On...

September 14, 2017

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