Orchestra Seniors Play their Farewells

Jessica Fosse, Staff Writer

May 11, 2018

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Each year comes and goes seemingly quicker than the last. But each year is a new set of farewells to the graduating seniors for each club and activity. Appreciation for the orchestra seniors takes place at their final concert...

‘Infinity War’ Sets Super High Expectations

Joshua Perry, News Editor

May 11, 2018

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Conflict was inevitable. That’s the prevailing theme of Marvel’s latest star-studded super-superhero blockbuster, “Infinity War.” There’s the sheer momentum of all of its plot threads, heroes and villains converging...

The Met Gala Hosts Dazzling Designs

Zoe Robinson, Staff Writer

May 11, 2018

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The annual Met Gala always brings around viral pictures and outfits, along with some classic celebrity drama. This year’s Met Gala, themed after Catholicism, brought out some outfits that will be talked about for years to come. Singer-songwriter...

EHS Orchestra Hears From Accomplished Violinist

Jessica Fosse, Staff Writer

April 26, 2018

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As part of the SIUE Arts and Issues series, renowned violinist Rachel Barton Pine headlined a masterworks class as part of the series. The EHS Orchestra Program was able to attend the two hour workshop on April 23.   Pine...

‘Isle of Dogs’ is Good, Not Great

Ava Fehrmann, Staff Writer

April 26, 2018

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Wes Anderson is known for his animations, storytelling and extraordinary filmmaking.  In his latest work, “Isle of Dogs,” the exceptional plot and animation are outstanding, but there a moments where the movie falls short...

‘Hamilton’ takes its shot at the Fox

Zoe Robinson, Staff Writer

April 13, 2018

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Taking a historical figure and writing an entire production based on his or her life sounds like a pretty typical idea. But what if you made it a musical, and what if the majority of that music was hip-hop? That’s exactly...

Lit Mag Gets Physical

Anna Kutz, Life Editor

April 13, 2018

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For the first time in approximately a decade, EHS’s Literature Magazine will have a printed presence in the school. Although   Before, it was published solely online. But with a new sponsor, Mrs. Loesche, the magazine...

‘Hamilton’ Bouces into St. Louis

Jessica Fosse, Staff Writer

April 13, 2018

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Winning the huge million dollar lottery seems like a huge success, but winning a $10 ticket to see “Hamilton” at the Fabulous Fox Theatre is huge success to a theater fan.   Lin-Manuel Miranda’s “Hamilton”...

The Comedic Tragedy of “Unfortunate Events”

Molly Farrar, A&E Editor

April 5, 2018

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  Staying true to the original author’s warnings to avoid the sad story, the lyrics of the opening theme song for “A Series of Unfortunate Events” cautions the viewer to “look away. Every single episode is nothing...

‘Nailed It’ Mixes the Magnificent and the Mediocre

Zoe Robinson, Staff Writer

April 5, 2018

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What do you get when you combine three hilarious food critics, three excruciatingly mediocre home-bakers and a professionally made dessert? Netflix’s new original television series “Nailed It.” Hosted by comic Nicole...

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