What is Eureka’s art?

Sedona Sayers, Business manager

March 8, 2020

Art is defined as “the expression or application of human creative skill and imagination, producing works to be appreciated primarily for their beauty or emotional power,” according to Webster’s Dictionary.  Most praise visual art such as paintings or sculptures, when in fact there are num...

St. Louis Union Station undergoes $187 million renovations

St. Louis Union Station undergoes $187 million renovations

Olivia Dolan, reporter

February 5, 2020

The brand new St. Louis Aquarium opened its doors to hundreds of waiting St. Louisans, December 25, 2019. The aquarium is just one of the new attractions built as a part of the $187 million dollar redevelopment of the historic landmark, St. Louis Union Station.  After the train station closed in 1...

The EHS-hub holiday guide

The EHS-hub holiday guide

Grace Walton, Jacob Dunbar, Olivia Dolan, and Mara Anselm

December 19, 2019

With the holidays and winter break both rapidly approaching, the scramble of people looking for things to do, places to go and gifts to buy is becoming bigger and bigger. Here are our takes on the best gifts and the best attractions for your winter holiday. The gift guide As the holiday season approaches, ...

EHS Robotics shares love of robotics

The Bosons demonstrate their robot at Eureka Elementary Stem Night, Nov. 19.

Myles Allred, reporter

December 19, 2019

Along with tackling this year’s FIRST Tech Challenge challenge, SKYSTONE, Eureka’s robotics teams, the state-qualifying Quarks and the Bosons, along with the Mesons, are working to spread robotics with others.  “This year what we’re trying to do is make a bigger community impact,” Athar...

2019 Photos of the year

E on her chest, Maddie Bee(11) dances with Golden Line during the Hazelwood Central game, Sept. 13.

Jordan Hrabko, photo editor

December 18, 2019

As always, 2019 was quite the year for EHS. From athletes giving their all to students studying away, here are our top photos of 2019. ...

EBN | Season’s greetings

EBN | Season's greetings

December 13, 2019

Behind the badge with Officer Grittini

Brett Grittini is currently in his fourth year as the SRO at Eureka High School.

Jackson Garner, reporter

November 11, 2019

Officer Brett Grittini is currently in his fourth year as the School Resource Officer at Eureka High School. I sat down with Officer Grittini to get to know him outside the uniform. Can you give me a rundown of your daily life at work? I’m here for any law-related issues, things outside the school that g...

New Disney streaming service looks to change the landscape

New Disney streaming service looks to change the landscape

Ashley Shore, reporter

November 8, 2019

Society today is surrounded by streaming. Whether it’s on a TV, laptop, or smartphone, the monopoly of streaming services in the U.S. can be used almost anywhere. The competition between streaming services could potentially grow to be more competitive with the upcoming release of Disney+. Disney’...

Fall Sports Capsule

White cap on, BLANK swims in

Natalie Criswell, reporter

October 29, 2019

A quick look at which teams are still playing, their records and what's next for them

Day in the Life: Carter Davis

Carter Davis, quarterback, looks to throw a pass during the Eureka vs. Lafayette football game, Sept. 20.

Drew Dunaway, reporter

October 18, 2019

The starting quarterback for the Eureka Wildcats is a large responsibility, being that the whole city seems to revolve around the Friday night lights. As a sophomore, Carter Davis, quarterback, stepped up to lead the team last season.  The Eureka vs. Lafayette game is the most hyped-up game of t...

ACT vs. SAT: Which is better and why?

The ACT is designed to test a high-schooler’s ability and preparation for college-level work and it is used for college admission in schools around the country. The SAT is based on a 1600 point-scale, which averages the three sections the standardized test contains.

Olivia Dolan and Natalie Criswell

October 15, 2019

Standardized Testing. It’s a phrase that many high-schoolers around the country fear.  Hours of testing, headaches that always seem to follow the test and the fear of not getting a high enough score all result in a traumatizing experience.   The EHS Hub sat down with Jeffery Buckman, the college career sp...

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