Students Skip out on Prom

Zoe Robinson, Staff Writer

April 26, 2018

Prom is one of the most popular events of a high schooler’s career. You get to dress up like you’ve never dressed up before, take pictures you’ll look back on for years and dance the night away with a date or with your group...

Allergy Season Creates Damper for Sufferers during Spring Season

Emma Lazerson, Views Editor

April 13, 2018

Dear sniffle-sufferers, allergy-muddlers, Claritin-lovers and itchy eye-strugglers, welcome to St. Louis.   As of March 10, St. Louis was named the No. 6 worst city for asthma and allergy sufferers by the Asthma and...

Student-led Celebration Focuses on Friendship, Acceptance and Entertainment

Anna Kutz, Life Editor

April 5, 2018

Every year, prom season rolls around. And every year, only a few guest dates permeate the crowd of Edwardsville students. But New Friends Prom, a Key Club and student council run event, is the exception: FLS students from the metro-eas...

Poetry is in the Air this April

Nicole Burbach, Staff Writer

April 5, 2018

As James Tate — Pulitzer Prize winner and well-known poet — once said, “Poetry is everywhere; it just needs editing.”   And this month, by holding their first poetry contest, Poetry Club hopes to find your inner...

EHS Takes a Vintage Twist on Prom

Jessica Fosse, Staff Writer

April 5, 2018

A red carpet is to be rolled out for one night for EHS students. Prom is less than a month away and prom committee is working hard to make the night spectacular.   “Old Hollywood” was announced as this year’s...

Keep on Packing . . . Or Maybe Not

Emma Lazerson, Views Editor

April 5, 2018

In the final leg of the college season, there is little left to do.  Maybe you’re still deciding between a few schools, hoping to hear if you got in off a waitlist or holding off on paying a deposit.  But no matter where you...

Cultural Trivia Wraps up Diversity Week

Ava Fehrmann, Staff Writer

April 5, 2018

Walking through the many hallways of EHS, you come across a variety of different people. Whether it’s sexuality, race or gender, the roughly 2000 students roaming the school display a wide diversity of people.   Due...

Students Sync for a Good Cause

Sam Lance, Sports Editor

March 22, 2018

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...

The Practically Perfect Feeling of Flight

Ava Fehrmann, Staff Writer

March 15, 2018

Inside the dimmed auditorium on a Sunday morning sat drama students on the half-set stage.  Heads craned up and cameras out, they watched as their fellow students floated above the ground, hanging by a few strings. Seems scary?  Well, to theater kids it’s just a part of the act. The spring musical “Mary Pop...

The Demi’s Lovatos Return for Dancing with the Tigers

Emma Lazerson, Views Editor

March 15, 2018

“He’s mine,” senior Lindsey Hohlt screamed as senior Austin Huang, her boyfriend, gyrated to “Sorry Not Sorry” by Demi Lovato. Lit by the glow of stage lights, donning gray hoodies and black sweatpants, the Demi’s...

Students Learn the Inside Story of Humans at Cadaver Lab

Joshua Perry, News Editor

March 15, 2018

If you’re thinking about a surgical career, being comfortable around organs is crucial. If you can’t stomach human anatomy, the heart of this field, you may need to make a corpse correction so you don’t end up as deadwei...

Totally Talented: Another Packed EHS Talent Show

Jessica Fosse, Staff Writer

February 15, 2018

It might have been the students in the show or it might have been the incentive of Chick-Fil-A for the sixth hour class with most attendance. Either way, many students attended the annual EHS talent show.   The talent...

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