President Trump Repeals DACA, Leaving Many Uncertain for the Future

Ava Fehrmann, Staff Writed

September 14, 2017

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In the eight months President Trump has been in office, he has managed to make many changes that greatly affect the people of the United States, but the DACA repeal may be one of the most jarring.   DACA, or the Deferred...

Secret Service Territory: NYC, Dubai, Mar-a-Lago (And Maybe the White House)

Emma Lazerson, Views Editor

September 7, 2017

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They were by President Kennedy’s side on Nov. 22, 1963, when he was assassinated.  They arrested 29,000 criminals for counterfeiting, cyber and other financial crimes in 2008, just five years after being transferred to the...

What’s Poppin’ with the Video Morning Announcements

Jessica Fosse, Staff Writer

August 31, 2017

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Friday mornings at EHS are filled with excitement for the weekend. With faces of seniors Joe Paolucci and Justin Schulz in the video morning announcements, Fridays are more entertaining.   The EHS video announcements...

Recovery Road or Unpaved Lanes: A Look into Higher Education Funding in Illinois

Emma Lazerson, Views Editor

August 24, 2017

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For EHS seniors, the once looming “C” word has emerged from foreign territory, no longer lingering in a hazy periphery of hometown happiness.  Yes, the college season has begun. With that, seniors must surmount a host...

Hate Groups Stir Up Headlines

Zoe Robinson, Staff Writer

August 24, 2017

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Charlottesville, VA: This town has been buzzing through the air, throughout social media and the White House more than ever before since the events that occurred in the small university town on Saturday, Aug. 19. After a large...

Recovery Road or Unpaved Lanes: A Look into Higher Education Funding in Illinois

Emma Lazerson, Views Editor

August 24, 2017

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For EHS seniors, the once looming “C” word has emerged from foreign territory, no longer lingering in a hazy periphery of hometown happiness.  Yes, the college season has begun.   With that, seniors must surmount...

(Not) Celebrating All Mothers

Nara Markowitz, Staff Writer

May 11, 2017

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Mother’s day is finally arriving, but with the seniors last day of school just two days before, do students even care? It’s the one day a year when mom’s get recognized for all their hard work, are they celebrated? Senior...

Journalism Students Win Sectionals for Fifth Year

Lily Grieve, A&E Editor

April 27, 2017

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While many students spent their Saturday morning sleeping in, rising at the smell of cooking breakfast, one group of students arrived at school at 6:15 for competition. Yearbook and journalism students traveled two hours on...

Tiger Den Wins Big

Nara Markowitz, Staff Writer

April 27, 2017

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A Starbucks may not actually be made in front of school soil, but that’s okay because the Tiger Den at EHS is here to stay. All of the FLS student’s hard work has now been recognized after EHS won the Those Who Excel award...

Student Council Departs with Old Leaders, New Ones Selected

Jane Thompson, Co-Editor in Chief

April 27, 2017

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Every year, the faces behind homecoming and Mr. EHS must be replaced. As the typically senior-laden council approaches their final days of being Student Council leaders, new ones must be chosen to continue StuCo’s legacy. Senior...

Earth Day Offers ‘Nonpartisan’ Scientists a Voice

Erin Morrisey, Staff Writer

April 27, 2017

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Spring was in full swing on April 22, 2017. There was a deluge of rain, but growth was evident everywhere on the holiday created to encourage public awareness of the environment. On the 47th Earth Day, citizens across the country...

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