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  • Dow’s Wild Ride
    The Dow Jones Industrial Average, or the Dow, serves as a market index that presents a calculated value of how the top 3
  • Falcon takes flight
    On February 6 at Cape Canaveral, Florida, at the same launch pad that began the journey of Apollo 11, another monumental
  • Justice Served!
    Hundreds of women will finally receive the justice they deserve after years of sexual abuse and assault. On January 24,
  • Davos Forum
    On January 23-24, 2018, some of the most influential leaders in the world met in Davos, Switzerland, for the 46th annual
  • Jerome “Jay” Powell
    On Feb. 5, Jerome Powell, nominated by the President, was sworn in as the new Chair of the Federal Reserve, succeeding t
  • Recent Protests in Iran
    On December 28, 2017, in a city in northwest Iran, protests broke out. Protesters gathered due to an increased costs of

Community Life

  • The Philosophers
    What happened to seniority? As the old adage goes, “all good things must come to an end.” That being said, whether t
  • SNZ SZN?
    We are now two weeks in to the month of February and many students and faculty members have expressed their thoughts on
  • All Nite Long
    The Battle Bus is loading up. Ten seconds until drop. The storm is approaching. First off, if you don’t know the term
  • Administration Introduces New Trial Schedule
    “Hit Me Baby, One More Time!” …and we mean, your snooze button! Yes, that’s right ladies and gentlemen;
  • Teacher Spotlight: Mrs. Smith
    If you are ever looking for advice on how to juggle several roles and positions, accomplish the duties of each one sensa
  • Episcopal Cribz: The Purple Room
    Have you ever been walking on strip and noticed the purple light streaming out of a window on Evans? Well that is Bea Ca


  • Athletic Spotlight: Alex Brown
    When asked to describe Alex Brown the first thing that comes to mind is a sloth. Sloths have this reputation to be lazy
  • Athletic Spotlight: Coach Palmisano
    At the High School we are lucky enough to have an exceptional group of coaches; Coach Palmisano is no exception. Many of
  • Breaking more than just backboards
    Boys varsity basketball has had a great start to the season after impressive wins over Westtown, Collegiate, Bullis and
  • Crushing threes and dreams
    The 2017-2018 girls varsity basketball season has been a challenge, but nothing we could not handle. First off… We are
  • Big, Burch, Boss
    The 2018 writer in residence is Jennifer Pharr Davis, a 34 year-old accomplished hiker, writer, and business owner. Born
  • The sisterhood of the traveling ballers
    Ever heard anyone say those five words: I play girls’ JV basketball? Well, if you haven’t heard those words, now you


  • Artist Spotlight: Grace Baldwin
    You may be able to tell from her flawlessly homemade Halloween and winter carnival costumes and her impeccable style, th
  • “Mom, I’m a tree”
    On Friday, February 23 and Saturday, February 24 students can head to Pendleton to see this year’s winter musical, Int
  • EHS Insider: New York Fashion Week
    Whether you are an avid follower of fashion or not, you would pretty much have to be living under a rock to not know the
  • Leaping Into the New Year
    On Friday, January 12 the Black Box Theater was flooded with students, faculty, and parents alike, all there to see the
  • Artist Spotlight: Noelle Weaver
    Noelle Weaver, a junior from Sun Valley, Idaho, has always had a passion for the arts. As a child, she aspired to be an
  • Hummon For Justice
    The week of Monday January 8 to Monday January 15 we had the pleasure of welcoming the talented musician and artist Marc





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  • Rose-tinted Reflections
    Now that it’s the second semester, us seniors need to stop, take a breath, and reflect on our time here at EHS. To all
  • Hey HQties!
    “Let’s get down to the nitty gritty, let’s get this show on the road. Qumero numero uno:”  
  • I’m A Believer
    If you asked me in the fall of my freshman year if I believed in hypnosis, I would have laughed in your face. There is n
  • Hyp-NO-tist
    It is important to differentiate an entertainment performance from a medical therapy. Hypnotherapy is widely accepted as
  • Dear Mr. Senator
    Dear Senator (or should I say your Legislative Assistant because I’ll probably only meet you for about five minutes),
  • Time’s Up
    It was divisive in a way that only a Generation-Z confrontation could be — flying fingers spreading screenshots an

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