Avoiding the Trap of Sleep Deprivation

Ryan Ash, Staff Writer

March 7, 2019

“Oh my god I’m SO tired! I only got six hours of sleep last night” one student says. “Yeah? Well I only got three hours AND I didn’t have my usual coffee this morning,” says another.   This scene is probably...

What’s Wrong With Raising the Wages

Jessica Fosse, Life Editor

March 7, 2019

I gave up my after-school naps, my weekend nights with friends and parts of my summer to earn minimum wage at the local AMC theatre. My job absorbs about 20 hours of my week and nearly 40 hours during holiday breaks, but I still...

Keep Your Pathogens to Yourself

Jacqueline Glenn, Staff Writer

February 7, 2019

‘Twas the day of a big quiz, when all through the classroom, not a student was stirring, except for the coughing and sneezing one. It’s happened to everyone: one ailing student in the class hacks incessantly during a stressful...

Ditch Your Dangerous Deodorant

Kate Lickert, Staff Writer

February 7, 2019

Almost everybody sweats and relies on deodorant to get through hot yoga sessions, conversations with their crush or any other day-to-day tasks body-odor free. Unfortunately, according to recent studies, regular deodorants and...

School Spirit Needs To Be Revitalized

Molly Farrar, A&E Editor

February 4, 2019

Student council seems desperate. Tiger tours, free stuff no one wants, the new “earn your stripes” initiative: they are trying to combat the negative attendance trend that has been affecting EHS over the past few years. ...

Travis Scott Should Perform at Super Bowl Despite Backlash

Sam Lance, Co-Editor-in-Chief

February 4, 2019

Travis Scott, one of the hottest rappers of 2018, landed himself a gig on the biggest stage: the super bowl halftime show. But now leaders of the Kaepernick movement and Black Lives Matter are displeased with his decision becau...

Smug MAGA Kid Emulates Trump’s Corrupt Ideals

Anna Farrar, News Editor

February 1, 2019

A video has blown up over social media showing a group of white teenagers harassing a Native American man after the Indigenous Peoples March. The Covington High School students were in Washington for the March for Life, which...

Senioritis Seeps In, Brings Excitement, Dread

Loewy Noud, Staff Writer

February 1, 2019

The tree is away, New Year's resolutions are set and the weather is miserably cold. It’s second semester and as a senior I’m now thinking of daily work and the college I’ll be leaving for in a few months. As a final semester...

Progress Cuts a Little Too Deep

Joshua Perry, Co-Editor-in-Chief

January 24, 2019

Gillette’s new ad campaign about combating toxic masculinity has been slammed as an ill-conceived offense against its target audience, men. Critics say they feel berated by the razor company, which has made its position on ...

The Shutdown Isn’t Helping Anybody but Trump

Anna Farrar, News Editor

January 21, 2019

President Trump has been holding the government hostage for the past 27 days for absolutely no reason. The president is attempting to follow through on an empty campaign promise on building Trump’s “wall” (or is it a fence?) ...

The Tea on Tattoos

Loewy Noud, Staff Writer

January 17, 2019

One of the first things we were taught as children is not to judge someone by their appearance. We learn that the way someone looks does not define them. But it seems that tattoos are the exception. According to Pew Research,...