Lit Mag Gets Physical

Anna Kutz, Life Editor

April 13, 2018

Filed under A&E, News

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”...

Students Sync for a Good Cause

Sam Lance, Sports Editor

March 22, 2018

Filed under News, Student Life

Crazy costuming, devious dancing and money making. These are all elements of the Lip Sync Battle sponsored by Health Occupations Club, an event where contestants go on stage and lip-sync their favorite songs, all to raise money...

Staff Reporter Acknowledges Error

Zoe Robinson, Staff Writer

March 16, 2018

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I would like to formally apologize for a mistake I made in my gun control views piece in the most recent issue of The Claw. I used a statistic from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and wrote that 5.3 percent of...

Locked Lavatories Lead to Student Frustrations

Anna Kutz, Life Editor

March 15, 2018

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If you have classes in the C and D wings, you’ve probably noticed the change in a moment of hurried panic: the bathrooms are locked. You run from your location by the locker rooms to find the bathroom near the performing...

The Spring Musical Tickets are ‘Poppin’ Off the Shelves

Molly Farrar, A&E Editor

March 9, 2018

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The Drama Club’s fall and spring productions are always a hit in the community, and this year is no exception. The students in publicity have had a busy week selling tickets and preparing to bring “Mary Poppins” to students,...

The 2018 Oscars Get Political

Zoe Robinson, Staff Writer

March 9, 2018

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This year’s Oscars drew a lot of attention after ABC star Jimmy Kimmel hosted, having a noticeably political focus throughout the night. And he wasn’t the only one. Many other actors made comments onstage related to...

Destructive Flu Ushers in the New Year

Joshua Perry, News Editor

February 15, 2018

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Influenza: it’s an enemy that’s never vanquished. When the time comes, people take the necessary precautions to keep themselves healthy: washing hands, avoiding possible contaminants, taking vitamin C, etc. After all, who...

Nationwide Protest Marches into a Second Year in St. Louis

Anna Kutz, Life Editor

January 25, 2018

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The Women’s March, held for the first time last year after the inauguration of current President Donald Trump. Jan. 21, 2017, was a historic day in the minds of the women who attended the march and spoke for the rights they...

False Alarm Spreads Fear Across Hawaiian Islands

Anna Kutz, Life Editor

January 18, 2018

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Waves push and pull slowly, blue water lapping at the shoreline. A boy rides his bike down a winding hill, towards the lush green surrounding his house, excited to tell his mom a story.   Notifications flash up on phone...

Blackout Sweeps the Golden Globes

Nicole Burbach, Staff Writer

January 11, 2018

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There was a blackout during the Golden Globes, and no, the power didn’t go out.   Black gowns took over the Golden Globes red carpet Sunday night as part of the Times Up movement.   With more than 300 figures...

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