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Opinion | Bona Fide | “Little Dark Age”

A Review of MGMT's "Little Dark Age"
Josh Margherita, reporter February 15, 2018

In 2007, MGMT took the world on a psychedelic-alternative journey as they created “Oracular Spectacular” within their college dorm room at Wesleyan University. A surprise to all, including themselves,...

The Allenton bridge, Feb. 5.

Crumbling bridge, State of the Union Address and Winter Olympics

Ethan Fine and Jessica Token February 5, 2018

Local Know: The Allenton bridge south of I-44 is eroding according to residents. Inform: Residents say that the 90-year old bridge in Eureka has been crumbling. One thousand cars on average pass...

Lily Dean and her camera are  constant companions. She spends many a weekend like this one exploring St. Louis with her friends and taking photos. This photo was taken at the graffiti wall in downtown St. Louis, June 26.

Up Close and Personal: Lily Dean

Meet Lily Dean, Eurekana production editor
Audrey Brown, Journalism Writing and Reporting February 1, 2018

“I couldn’t believe Lily [Dean] signed up for Yearbook Production. I had no idea how we were going to make that work,” Elisha Strecker, publications adviser, said. “Interacting with people petrified...

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Opinion | Bona Fide | “SATURATION III”

A Review of BROCKHAMPTON's "SATURATION III"
Josh Margherita, reporter January 31, 2018

“The internet’s first biggest boy band”, BROCKHAMPTON defies the boy-band genre creating a group of interlinked rappers that have the perfect chemistry. Ian “Kevin Abstract” Simpson, Ameer...

This locked box is a problem-solving tool teachers learned about during voluntary professional development sessions, Jan. 24 and 25.

Thinking outside of the box or breaking into it

Teachers learn about a tool to break from the routine and help students problem solve
Ethan Fine, editor-in-chief January 30, 2018

It’s the day after the Mr. EHS pageant. You were at school until midnight last night. Once you finally get home, you can barely keep your eyes open. You realize that you have two tests tomorrow, a quiz...

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Opinion | Bona Fide | “Blade Runner 2049”

A look at the first of Margherita's must-see movies
Josh Margherita , reporter January 25, 2018

Note: This is my first film in my must-see films series. "Blade Runner 2049" gets everything right, by creating a masterful story full of the most beautiful human elements and cinematography ever put to...

Winding down with words

Winding down with words

2017 Words of the year
Ethan Fine, co-editor-in-chief December 18, 2017

As the first semester comes to a close and students leave for winter break, the EHS-hub staff signs off with a few words to think about. These words are our 2017 Words of the year. Wild: uncontrolled...

Winter temperatures don't stop Carson Estes (10)  from classwork as he cuts the rafters for the roof of a tiny home in Geometry in Construction, Dec. 14.

Cutting edge

District overhauls high school program
Robbie Dutton and Ethan Fine December 14, 2017

“A typical school day should be going to school and learning lessons in class in order to help prepare you for college or a job,” Alexis Wibbenmeyer (10) said. Students’ typical school day next...

Hate speech is protected by the First Amendment.

Opinions | Why hate speech is protected speech

The First Amendment actually protects hate speech
Ethan Fine, co-editor-in-chief November 29, 2017

“Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably...

Standing with pride, Jacob Nelson (11) and his stepfather Timothy Aubuchon, Navy veteran, rise during the Veteran’s day celebration when the EHS band played “Anchors Aweigh” in the commons, Nov. 10. “The Veterans Day celebration was to remember those who have died fighting for our freedoms. It is also to recognize all that the Veterans have done for our country.” Nelson (11) said. “My step father was a Navy veteran and has taken over as a fatherly role in my life since I do not talk to my biological father anymore. He took me in as his own. He means a lot to me especially with everything he has done for our country.”

Standing at attention, a cheer benefit and one final kneel

Nov.10 to Nov.16
Lauren Glascock, News reporter November 17, 2017

Keith Baremore, Science, and Bennett Lyday (11) get their hands dirty while examining the parts of the brain.

Digging deep

A look at what should be shaping classroom instruction
Lauren Glascock , reporter October 19, 2017

The lights are off. Slides about the Mongolian Empire illuminate the room. “Nomadic people from the Steppes of Asia. Originally a group of independent tribes” Pastoralists Definition:...

Faculty insight

Faculty insight

Grace Miller and Ethan Fine September 13, 2017

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